May 16, 2013 BY Peter Yeo
What would you do with a million dollars? What about $350 million? Last year, that’s how much Congress agreed to spend on global vaccines, and to put it in perspective, that’s only 0.0001% of the entire U.S. federal budget. This money helps save the lives of 2.5 million children every year. That’s money well spent.
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February 25, 2013 BY Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky
Every year, throughout the world, countless children die from completely preventable diseases, mostly in the poorest and most remote regions of the world. Each of these deaths is a heartbreaking loss. But the real tragedy is that we know how to keep children from getting many devastating diseases. Vaccines save the lives of 2.5 million children annually. Yet too many children remain unvaccinated...
February 23, 2013 BY Peter Yeo
Today marks a special day for one of Shot@Life’s valuable partners. February 23 is the 108th anniversary of the founding meeting of Rotary International. The world’s first service club began with just four members; today, Rotary International claims a membership of 1.2 million with over 32,000 clubs across the world...