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Loud Voices for Little Kids Toolkit


Social Media Toolkit

Using your loud voice to advocate for the needs of little kids is easy and will have a tremendous impact! Download and share the materials below to encourage your friends and family to join you as a loud voice. [/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”15px”][vc_btn title=”Download Social Media Toolkit” color=”danger” link=”|title:Social%20Media%20Toolkit||”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On social media, please use the following hashtag to show your support: #LoudVoicesTN

Sample social media posts:

It’s time to get loud for little kids! Join me as part of Loud Voices for Little Kids – a campaign focused on making sure the needs of Tennessee’s littlest learners get heard. Visit to pledge your support today.  



Tennessee kids need our voices. Join Loud Voices for Little Kids in support of advancing children’s success in the early years. Together, we can make Tennessee’s littlest learners our state’s biggest priority. Learn more and pledge your support at #LoudVoicesTN


I’m a loud voice for little kids in Tennessee. Are you? Join me in getting loud about policies that can strengthen our children’s education foundation and empower parents. Visit to help get the needs of our littlest learners heard. #LoudVoicesTN


Let’s get loud for little kids! Their futures depend on it. Learn more at #LoudVoicesTN


Loud voices vote! Speak up and vote in this year’s elections. More information on voting dates and deadlines can be found at #LoudVoicesTN


Let’s get loud and raise awareness about the critically important role that early childhood health plays in building strong brains and a solid early learning foundation. By prioritizing the physical and mental health of our children, we can ensure a stronger future for Tennessee. Learn more about how you can become a Loud Voice for Little Kids at #LoudVoicesTN


Beginning from birth, children’s progress along crucial developmental milestones depends on nurturing, safe, stable relationships with caregivers and the whole family’s access to health and mental health supports. Get loud to ensure healthy development. #LoudVoicesTN


Become a Loud Voice

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