Stand Up for Social Work: campaign downloads

Resources to help you get involved in the campaign

Using the Stand Up for Social Work campaign logo on your social media profile will show you care about the profession and help spread the campaign’s messages.

To use the campaign logo on your Twitter or Facebook profile, just right click on the relevant image below, save it to your computer and then upload it to your edit profile page. Although the Facebook image looks big, it is the recommended upload size for Facebook profile pictures.

You will find template letters to send to your MP or local newspaper editor at the bottom of the page. Click on the link and download the files to your computer from where you can open them up in Word or a PDF editor and make the changes you want before sending out.

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letter iconTemplate letter to the editor

letter iconTemplate letter to MPs

3 Responses to Stand Up for Social Work: campaign downloads

  1. Vic Compher March 30, 2015 at 5:14 pm #

    Greetings from the USA,
    I’m a licensed clinical social worker and film producer and I’m very impressed with your campaign. Kudos!!

    My current documentary film is titled: PORTRAITS OF PROFESSIONAL CAREGIVERS: THEIR PASSION. THEIR PAIN. Please check out our website and trailer at
    We are beginning community “preview” screenings in a month.

    Would there be someone in your campaign, perhaps Rachel Sherer with whom I could communicate by email or Skype about our film and about whether you might like to feature it in some way in the UK? Our themes, issues, and values appear to resonate significantly. If one of your campaign organizers could be in touch with me at I’d appreciate it–and I could then send you a 17 minute sample which will give you a good sense of the film, its style and message.

    Best of luck to you in your important campaign! Vic Compher, LCSW, Philadelphia, PA
    PS I had no response to an earlier message submitted her. Hope this one reaches someone who can be touch. Looking forward to hearing from you 🙂 Vic

  2. deb Midgaff April 28, 2015 at 11:04 am #

    No opportunity for individuals backing this to use the logo via a mobile device. Social question do you really have to be a social worker to be supportive of their work? Are they willing to accept societies support and if so when? Do they only want support from families that they have had no involvement with? Or do they want the support of every love filled individual who believes that given the tools they need they can impact society positively and do a brilliant job? Kindest regards or am I missing the point (I sum times do enit 🙂 x

    • Judy Cooper May 6, 2015 at 4:58 pm #

      Dear Debra
      I’m sorry to hear you’re having problems. I’ve just checked on an Android phone and you just need to do a long press down on the image and you get a menu, which gives you the option to save the image to your phone. Let me know if that helps. And of course we we would love support for social work from as many different people and organisations as possible. Did you have something specific in mind?