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If you have difficulty accessing any of the FREE downloadable campaign materials for National Marriage Week USA--newspaper ad, logos, bulletin inserts, or banner ads-- please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


LOGOs and BANNER ADs

Free Download for ads and campaign materials to use in community centers, local newspapers, church bulletins, schools, or places of business, particularly valuable during Valentine's Day Week, which is National Marriage Week. In the following resources (to come), you may replace www.letsstrengthenmarriage.org with your organization's website address, event, and message:

Note: JPG's have a white background. PNG's have a transparent background.

  • NMWLogo-2011-Project-WebLOGOS (right click and choose "Save image as...)
  • NMWBanner468x60BANNER ADS (right click and choose "Save image as...)
    ALL BANNER ADS SHOULD LINK TO: 
    http://www.nationalmarriageweekusa.org

  • Church bulletins/flyers template (.doc)
  • Full Page Newspaper Ad (shown above)
    National Marriage Week USA has produced this full-page newspaper ad and makes it available for those who want to pay for its placement in local or national newspapers. The ad must not be changed or altered, nor can the local sponsor add their name as sponsor. The ad is created as a message of public service and for the promotion of helpful resources located at www.NationalMarriageWeekUSA.org. National Marriage Week USA does not necessarily engage in every cause or concern of every group which might use and publish this ad. We are singularly focused on celebrating marriage, reducing the divorce rate, and strengthening individual marriages, which curtails poverty and benefits children.

If you have difficulty accessing any of the FREE downloadable campaign materials for National Marriage Week USA--newspaper ad, logos, bulletin inserts, or banner ads-- please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


Campus Ads

Feb. 14 in 18 university newspapers--Princeton, Yale, Columbia, plus. Sponsored jointly by Let's Strengthen Marriage and the Love and Fidelity Network. Links to ads:


National Marriage Week Ads

NMWNewspaperAd-11x22-WebThe buttons to the right will allow you download the ads in various sizes.

Note: Right click on the file name and choose "Save Target/File as..." to save zip the file to your local computer.

More than 6 million readers will see this ad.

First Things First in Chattanooga

First Things First in Chattanooga TN has won awards for its work to strengthen families and reduced the divorce rate in its county by 27 percent and reduced unwed teen pregnancies by 29 percent. First Things has downloadable ads—print, outdoor, radio, and television—for you to help impact your own community. Click here for how to access their ad campaign: http://firstthings.org/page/media/marketing-materials/  

First Things First has also founded First Things U—a state-of-the-art virtual campus for anyone interested in creating a state-of-the art grassroots community marriage and family initiative. Enroll at www.firstthingsu.org

The National Healthy Marriage Resource Center

The National Healthy Marriage Resource Center has created a free public education campaign tools through their "Two of Us" campaign to support ongoing marriage education and outreach efforts with free print ads, web banners, outdoor advertisements, and radio PSAs. Go to www.TwoOfUs.org

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"...We should provide the facts about the importance of marriage as a matter of child welfare and economic aspiration. As a society, we have launched highly effective public education campaigns on much less momentous issues, from smoking to recycling... For now, the decline of marriage is our most ignored national crisis..."

Rich Lowry commentary, TIME Magazine, 2012

Click here for the article.