Social media toolkit
Download the 2021 social media toolkit to make sure you’re using the latest hashtags, and for some pre-drafted tweets and LinkedIn posts for you to use, before, during and after Pro Bono Week.
Templates for social media
Our social media pack includes template images for use on Twitter and LinkedIn, sized to fit perfectly. For Twitter there are a range of images to use with your tweets, including ones highlighting this year’s theme and ones focusing on the dates of this year’s week.
Want to shout about your pro bono volunteers? We’ve got two versions of the #IDoProBono poster for you to download; a blank one so your volunteers can write in why they volunteer, or what they love about it, and a statement poster with #IDoProBono written loud and clear. It’s selfie time, take your pick!
20 years of #ProBono posters
As a special edition to celebrate our 20th birthday we’ve got two versions of a “20 years of #ProBono” poster for you to download; a blank one so you can write in your biggest wins in the last 20 years, and a statement poster with “20 years of #ProBono” written loud and clear. Use this one if you’re one of those extra special organisations with a long and proud history of pro bono.
You can download this year’s logo pack in different formats, and with or without the year strapline and website strapline, for use in all your marketing materials. There is also a special logo for 2021 with a ribbon celebrating our 20th birthday.
Read the logo guidance to understand how to size the logo, how to recreate it and the exact codes for the Pro Bono Week colours.
Pro Bono Week official fonts
Our fonts are free-to-use Google fonts and you can download them right here. Check the logo guidance for information on how we use them.