Using the supporting materials provided by One Love (www.joinonelove.org, #ThatsNotLove campaign, and an assortment of impact videos) and other activities, run a tabling event to educate and empower others on your campus.
An event location or space. Pro tip: For maximum impact, it’s probably best to find a location where lots of activity on campus happens.
A table or steady surface to place information on. Obvi.
Optional: You may need to get permission from faculty or admin to host a tabling event.
Optional: A computer. But let’s be real, you’ll probably definitely want a computer or tablet present!
Optional: Depending on the type of tabling event, you may want markers, pens, print outs, etc.
Set date, time, and location. First things first - you’ll want to set a date, time and location for your tabling event. At some college campuses you have to actually register your event and book at least a week in advance. Make sure you check into the policies and procedures at your school.
Have a goal. Now that you have a date, you can get planning. Think through what you want your goal to be. Is it that you want to share information about One Love and increase sign ups to your school’s page on joinonelove.org? Do you want to have students fill out Because I Love you flyers? Do you want to play that #ThatsNotLove campaign? You decide and let the tabling event evolve from there!
Promote your tabling event! Make sure you create and post flyers and/or posters about your tabling event. Pro tip: You’ll definitely want to include the 5 W’s [who, what, when, where, why!]
The Big Day. The time has come! Grab a few friends to help man the table. Make sure they’re in the know about One Love and relationship violence stats.
Snap photos and share them on social using the hashtag #teamonelove or email April at email@example.com.
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