Social Media

Awareness of SADS conditions and warning signs leads to early diagnosis and treatment – and saves lives. The most powerful way we can raise awareness is through volunteers like you!

To join in our current social media awareness campaign, you can download the graphics below to share across all social media platforms. We’ve also included sample captions to make it simple! If you have any questions, contact Anna@SADS.org.

Social Media Graphics

Facebook and Instagram

For any of these graphics in Spanish, please email Anna@SADS.org.

Twitter

Facebook Cover Photo and Email Header

Facebook Profile Frames

Sample Social Posts

Instagram

  1. If you have an Instagram account, make sure you follow the SADS Foundation to see our posts! Make sure to like, comment, and share our content – that helps us reach even more people.
  2. Post photos and share what you’re doing during this awareness month on your Instagram account tagging @sadsfoundation and using the hashtag #SADSAwareness. Together, we can reach a huge audience – and save lives!

Sample Instagram Captions:

Note: If you include a photo of yourself or a family member, you can reach a wider audience! You can also use the downloadable images above.

  • Did you know that Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the United States? By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA. #SADSAwareness
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the top killers of student athletes, and of the 374,000 people affected by SCA annually, 23,000 are youth under the age of 18. By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA. #SADSAwareness
  • Right now, 90% of out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrests are fatal – but did you know that CPR triples a person’s chance of survival? By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA. #SADSAwareness

Facebook

  1. If you have a Facebook account, make sure you follow the SADS Foundation to see our posts! Make sure to like, comment, and share our content – that helps us reach even more people.
  2. Post photos and share what you’re doing during this awareness month on your Facebook account using the hashtag #SADSAwareness. Together, we can reach a huge audience – and save lives!

Sample Facebook Posts:

Note: If you include a photo of yourself or a family member, you can reach a wider audience! You can also use the downloadable images above.

  • Did you know that Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the United States? By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA. Learn more at sads.org/sca-awareness-month 
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the top killers of student athletes, and of the 374,000 people affected by SCA annually, 23,000 are youth under the age of 18. By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA.  Learn more at sads.org/sca-awareness-month
  • Right now, 90% of out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrests are fatal – but did you know that CPR triples a person’s chance of survival? By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA.  Learn more at sads.org/sca-awareness-month

Twitter

  1. If you have a Twitter account, make sure you follow the SADS Foundation to see our Tweets! Make sure to like and retweet our content – that helps us reach even more people.
  2. Share what you’re doing during this awareness month on your Twitter account tagging @SADSFoundation and using the hashtag #SADSAwareness. Together, we can reach a huge audience – and save lives!

Sample Tweets:

Note: If you include a photo of yourself or a family member, you can reach a wider audience! You can also use the downloadable images above.

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency – including CPR, and how to use an AED – we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA. More: sads.org/sca-awareness-month. @sadsfoundation
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the top killers of student athletes. By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA.  More: sads.org/sca-awareness-month. @sadsfoundation
  • 90% of out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrests are fatal – but CPR triples a person’s chance of survival. By learning what to do in a cardiac emergency we can help reduce the number of people who die from SCA.  More: sads.org/sca-awareness-month. @sadsfoundation

If you would like any of these posts in Spanish, contact Anna@SADS.org.