Spread the Word
Whether you are a homeless or housing service provider, concerned citizen, advocate, or a policy maker, you can help us to spread the word about Granite Leaders!
On this page, you will find a variety of tools that you can use to get the word out to your networks. Feel free to use any information on this page at your leisure.
2016 Posters & Flyers
We’ve updated our eye-catching flyers and posters for the 2016 Granite Leaders class – please help spread the word by printing and posting these materials in your office, business, or residential building. Simply download the PDF file and print.
Need us to mail you copies of any of these materials? Let us know by emailing [email protected] and tell us what materials you’d like us to send, how many, and to what address!
Logo & Boilerplate
If you would like to include information about our program on a newsletter, website, or other medium, you may use the following logo and boilerplate to do so. We simply ask that you do not alter either the logo or the boilerplate.
|315px x 123px Use this logo for web, email, and print publications. If you require a larger image, please use the EPS logo.||Use this logo if you need a version larger than 315px x 123px. You will need an application that can edit vector images, like Adobe Illustrator. You can download a free program too, such as Inkscape.|
Granite Leaders builds leadership skills within the homeless and formerly homeless community, increasing their capacity to take on influential roles on issues pertinent to their lives. Through a six-month educational program, selected participants learn specific skills and interact with widely recognized leaders on the local, statewide and national levels. Upon completion of the program, graduates become part of a network of skilled leaders focused on improving the quality of life in communities across New Hampshire.
Let your friends, family, and followers know about Granite Leaders! You could…
- Share our Granite Leaders page with them
- Say something great about the program (and tag us in your post!) – maybe like
“The @NHCEH #GraniteLeaders program is a great way for people who are homeless and formerly homeless to build leadership skills and take advantage of civic engagement opportunities.”