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Celebrate Being Vaccinated

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The pandemic has reminded us of the power that vaccines have to prevent illness and save lives. After a long year, many of us are celebrating being vaccinated against COVID-19 and feeling the relief, hope, and optimism of knowing that we and our loved ones are protected.

Whether you are celebrating being vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine or the many other vaccines you have received throughout your life, now you have the opportunity to pass on that goodwill by donating vaccines. Your contribution will ensure that children and families in need of immunization services will receive the same life-saving protection.

100% of your donation will go to the purchase and delivery of life-saving vaccines and related supplies and services. Once you have donated, we invite you to join our social media campaign to tell others why you chose to Share Your Shot!

Here’s How:

  1. Donate an amount of your choosing – 100% of your donation will go to the purchase and delivery of vaccines, related supplies, and services.
  2. Follow the link on the donation confirmation page to upload your picture and quote to tell us why you #ShareYourShot! (optional)
  3. Find your testimonial posted on our social media feed.  Share our post and invite others to share their shots.

Already donated?
Send us your photo and quote for a special graphic using this form here.

Your donation gives children like this the opportunity to live healthy, productive lives.

Spread the word on social by tagging
#ShareYourShot or #CelebrateBeingVaccinated

Vaccine Ambassadors reserves discretion regarding social media posts. 

Through strategic partnerships with established global health organizations including the Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization for the Americas, Vaccine Ambassadors funds the purchase and delivery of high-quality vaccines and related supplies and services for children and families in Latin America and the Caribbean. To maximize impact, vaccine selection is based on priority needs identified by in-country public health experts.