Pledge Your Support
We’re building a movement in the United States to give children around the world the Shot@Life they deserve. Speak up for children and add your voice to the movement of people committed to reducing childhood deaths around the world by 2015.
Today, we have the tools and know-how to ensure that no child dies from diseases that could be prevented by childhood vaccines. But getting cost-effective vaccines to the children who need them can be complicated. It will take a collective and coordinated effort of active supporters to develop and distribute underused and new vaccines that can save millions of lives. The children benefiting from this campaign may seem a world away, but they aren’t much different from the children in our own lives. Imagine if nearly half the children entering kindergarten in the U.S. this year died of preventable disease. That’s how many children die each year in developing countries because they don’t get the life-saving immunizations they need. These children need our voices. By taking this pledge, you are joining a movement of people who have banded together to ensure life-saving vaccines get to the children who need them most, no matter where they live.
I believe that every child deserves a chance to have a healthy life, no matter where they live. By pledging my support today, I add my voice to the U.S. movement to give children around the world the shot at life they deserve.
I understand that, for children in developing countries with limited access to life-saving immunizations, childhood vaccines are an essential part of ensuring healthy development and a productive future.
I pledge to do what I can to help children around the world gain access to life-saving vaccines.
I will encourage my friends, my family, my community and my local, state, and national leaders to speak up for children who need vaccines to survive and thrive.
By pledging my support and lending my voice to this movement, I believe we can give millions of children a shot at a healthy life no matter where they live.