Pam asked herself, “What can I do to change that?” because “every little kid loves their favorite book, and if a child is sick, they can’t read.” This is why Pam wanted to become a Champion.
With Champions from all over the United States, Pam felt like she was surrounded by like-minded people. She loved standing up for childhood alongside people as passionate as her. “I saw that there was a place for me and I could make a difference; that’s why I decided to do as much as I could.”
Last summer, Pam hosted a Fairy Tale Tea Party. At the event, parents donated $10 to Shot@Life and kids came together to read books and learn about vaccines—all dressed as their favorite fairy tale character!
For Pam, her reason behind supporting Shot@Life is a simple one. “I support Shot@Life because there are kids all over the planet who can’t get the same healthcare that I get for my kids. I think it’s important to remember that you can drive 15 minutes to your doctor, but around the world some moms have to walk 15 miles.”