Communications Toolkit

This communications toolkit for PR and communications coordinators includes turn-key social media posts, graphics, and planning tools to help you be part of the NPHW conversation and to promote your own activities. Thank you for celebrating NPHW with us!

NPHW Major Moments

Check out these NPHW 2019 moments organized by APHA:

Promoting your local NPHW event

Want to make a splash with your local NPHW event or activity?

  1. Post about it on social media. Use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to spread the word. Need some help? Check out our Social Media 101 and Social Media 201 training videos.
  2. Add your event to the official NPHW calendar.
  3. Let your community know by issuing a press release, telling your local newspaper about the event and asking partner organizations to spread the word.
  4. Check out these tips on pitching your event to local media and even more ideas for spreading the word on social media.

Social Media

Social media is the easiest way to join in the conversation and get others excited about NPHW. Not on social media yet? Check out the recorded Social Media 101 and Social Media 201 training videos and get your accounts ready now.  

Email Language

Want to send out an email to your constituents, members or followers about National Public Health Week? You can build on the language below, or trim it down to include in a newsletter.


Dear XX,

National Public Health Week is coming up fast and we want you to join us! [Insert organization] will be recognizing the work of public health and taking part in the week by [insert your plans for NPHW].

Here are some other ways to get involved in NPHW:

You can learn more about National Public Health Week at We look forward to celebrating with you!


Graphics and shareables

Be sure to take advantage of our full collection of NPHW logos and graphics.

Questions? Need more info? Contact us.

Looking for more?

Want to be a big part of National Public Health Week? Contact Lindsey Wahowiak for more information on sponsorships, which include thought leadership and branding opportunities.


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