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How YOU helped children in 2018

Each year, the Shot@Life community works together to give more of the world’s children access to lifesaving vaccines. In 2018, with our grassroots advocates, we helped protect vital U.S. government investments in global childhood vaccine programs – a great success in this challenging political environment. In addition, we made direct grants totaling $3.2 million to support the on-the-ground vaccine program work of UNICEF, WHO and Gavi. Millions of more children have a chance at a healthy future, thanks to your support.

See what you’ve helped us accomplish in 2018:

Vaccine-preventable diseases continue to take the lives of children around the world, so work remains. We look forward to working together with you to give more children a shot at life in 2019.

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Martha Rebour

Martha Rebour joined the UN Foundation in June 2014. As Executive Director, she oversees campaign strategy and implementation, corporate partnerships, advocacy and communications activities of the campaign. Prior to joining the Foundation, Martha worked for 15 years in strategic branding, digital and social media marketing, messaging, creative development, partnership building, and consumer research for corporate and nonprofit clients. While at Discovery Channel, Martha crafted multi-million dollar marketing campaigns around events such as Shark Week and the award-winning series Planet Earth. In her spare time Martha enjoys cooking, reading contemporary fiction, and spending time traveling and being outside with her family.