How to change your Facebook form print to support Harvey victims

August 30, 2017 - photo frame

Southeast Texas has seen rare flooding this week as a outcome of what was Hurricane Harvey, and we can assistance those affected.

WFAA and a primogenitor company, TEGNA, have launched “Texas Cares,” an beginning to support those in need on a Texas coast. All income lifted will advantage a Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.

You can make a tax-deductible concession here.

But we can assistance a means even if we don’t have income to give. One approach to get a word out is by Facebook. Like, criticism and share a posts about Texas Cares. You can also uncover your support by updating your Facebook form design with a support we’ve built.

How to use a “Texas Cares” Facebook frame:

On your phone

On your profile, daub a word “Edit” on your form picture.

Tap “Select Profile Picture.”

Select a print to be your form pic. It can be a same one we are already using.

Tap “Add Frame,” and hunt for “Texas Cares.” You should see “Texas Cares” by WFAA-TV in a list of options.

Select a support and daub “Use” in a top right corner.

Tell your friends about Texas Cares!

On a computer

Click here to get to Facebook form design options.

Click “Select a Photo” in a center of a page.

Pick a photo. It can be a same one you’re regulating currently.

Search for “Texas Cares” in a margin that says “Search for themes, owners names and more.”

Pick a support that says “Texas Cares.”

Resize your print if needed.

You can name how prolonged we wish to use a frame. It defaults to one week.

Click “Use as Profile Picture.”

Tell your friends about Texas Cares!

While changing your form design doesn’t lift income for inundate victims in a Lone Star State, it does assistance widespread a word — and that’s “passive giving.”

We wish we will join us in assisting a associate Texans as a city and state rebuilds from Hurricane Harvey.

LINK: More ways to assistance Hurricane Harvey victims

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