Why the orange heart
The orange heart represents compassion for people fleeing war and persecution. Inspired by the refugee nation flag, and the colours of a lifebelt, the heart symbolises hope and kindness. By recreating and sharing the heart on your social media channels you can show your support for refugees.
Join our call for a kinder, fairer and more effective approach to supporting refugees by sending a message on social media using the hashtags #WhoWeAre and #TogetherWithRefugees. There are some suggested messages and graphics in the link below.
Show your heart
Here are some ways to show your support for a more compassionate approach to refugees.
Why don't you take one of these simple actions here.
- Add an orange heart to your Twitter or Facebook profile;
- Share this gif and ask friends and family to share it too. Add your own message. If you have a Twitter account you can share it from here;
- Print this window sign showing you stand in solidarity with refugees and put it in a public facing window.
- If possible, take a photo and share it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtags #TogetherWithRefugees #RefugeesWelcome
Shareable graphics and messages
Here you can find some gifs and films that you can share to help publicise the Together With Refugees coalition. There are also some other digital graphics here for you to share on your Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. And here are some messages of support on YouTube from Joanna Lumley, and Channel 4 sitcom, 'Home', co-stars Rufus Jones and Youssef Kerkour.
Follow us on @RefugeeTogether. Search for the hashtags #TogetherWithRefugees and #WhoWeAre.
If you are a local group and would like inspiration and ideas of ways to show support please check out our campaign guide.