At Onsharp, we love seeing local companies, people, and groups taking part in the latest social media trends. To show our appreciation and love, we choose one amazing social media account to highlight in our #HighFiveFriday blog series. These accounts may excel because they used an awesome hashtag, have a stellar online presence, or are just really good at interacting with followers on social.
For this week’s #HighFiveFriday, we’re featuring @RRHSF1979‘s Twitter account. The Red River Human Services is a non-profit organization serving those with developmental disabilities. They provide individualized support to allow for full community participation and inclusion. Keep reading to see why we love what they’re doing to connect on social media.
They Use Twitter to Celebrate Their Staff
Whether it’s a work anniversary or a holiday, @RRHSF1979 shows appreciation for the people that make Red River Human Services happen on a daily basis.
Celebrating BIG milestones with these two ladies. We are humbled that Rita and Brandi have been part of the #RRHSFFamily for 10 years! Your impact is indescribable and you two are truly stars of the industry! #Anniversary #workingclassheroes #celebrate pic.twitter.com/8y4v7GzhKC
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) April 20, 2018
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) April 25, 2018
They Showcase All the Fun Happenings at @RRHSF
Fun summer activities are the name of the game at Red River Human Services. To get their fans involved, they’re sharing all of the happenings in their Twitter feed.
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) July 17, 2018
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) June 14, 2018
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) June 10, 2018
They Create Timely Campaigns
@RRHSF1979 recently posted a campaign for Mental Health Awareness Month in May, a cause that’s very near and dear to their business.
#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth is nearing the end & we’d like to share tips from our employees for the remainder of the month. @RRHSFHolly shared how “going off the grid” makes her feel more connected to those around her as well as feeling recharged. #TuesdayThoughts #Connect pic.twitter.com/wvUImxHQoy
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) May 29, 2018
#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth A tip that @ArnesonJackie shared with us is to journal. Once a week, she turns to her pages and pen to reflect on 3 things she is grateful for and 3 things she has accomplished. She picked this up from a women’s magazine and never looked back! #journal pic.twitter.com/bROXZar42d
— Red River Human Services (@RRHSF1979) May 30, 2018
Way to go, RRHSF1979 You’re doing a great job sharing your mission and celebrating your community on Twitter. We can’t wait to see what you post next!