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AdvocacyDecember 27, 2012

It’s Not Too Late to Donate

As a mother of two, it’s shocking for me to think that preventable diseases still threaten millions of children in developing countries each year. This is unacceptable. As parents, we should do anything to protect our children. That is why I am ready to do all that I can as an actress and a mom to help Shot@Life ensure that every child has access to the life-saving vaccines they need to have a shot at a healthy life.

Earlier this year, I had the privilege of meeting and being completely inspired by Dennis Ogbe. Born in Nigeria, Dennis contracted polio as a young boy and suffered its crippling effects. Through sheer determination, he overcame these struggles and went on to become a world-class athlete and Paralympian. While Dennis has excelled in life, no child should have to suffer like he did because of a preventable disease. He is an inspiration to us all in the fight against polio and the struggle to provide all who need them access to vaccines.

On behalf of Dennis and all of the children around the world, will you please join me in helping Shot@Life raise $20,000 by the New Year?

It’s not too late to make a donation to Shot@Life. Make your tax-deductible gift by choosing one of Shot@Life’s gift packages:

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Together this holiday season, we can help give 1,000 children in developing countries a healthy shot at life.

Happy Holidays,
Sasha Alexander, Actress

Sasha Alexander