A Year at Mission Hill - Report

This report tells the story of the reach and impact of the #YearatMH campaign of 2013, during which over 50 partner organizations helped spread the 10 chapters of the "A Year at Mission Hill" film to hundreds of thousands of people. Beginning on January 31st and continuing every two weeks through June 6th a new installment of the film was shared out, accompanied by articles and other resources, online twitter chats, dozens of blogs covering the series, and more.

This report provides a helpful framework for those considering national campaigns by offering glimpse of how the series was used by partner organizations, suggesting some ways to improve a campaign such as this in the future, and sharing some of the key links and tweets that were generating during #YearatMH.

Download now: A Year at Mission Hill - Report (PDF)



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