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02.14.2019

How to Connect with the Shot@Life Campaign

Interested in the latest coverage of efforts to vaccinate children around the world? Looking for inspiring stories of heroic community health workers? Wondering how to be an effective grassroots advocate for children who need access to lifesaving vaccines?

Shot@Life aims to provide you with all that and more, and we want to make sure you know where to connect with us, so you don’t miss a thing!

First, you can easily find Shot@Life on social media.

37,000 likes can’t be wrong. If you haven’t liked our Facebook page, you can do so here.

Love visuals? Check out the Shot@Life Instagram account.

If you like your info in 280 characters or less, find us on Twitter.

Shot@Life also has a YouTube channel. Enjoy a video highlight from 2018!

Interacting on these platforms is always encouraged. Likes, shares, and comments are not only welcome and appreciated, they are also a great way to let people know about ongoing efforts to make immunizations accessible to children around the world.

We love being part of your efforts to support Shot@Life, whether it’s through meetings with lawmakers, fundraisers, phone banks, or other events. Please share them and be sure to tag Shot@Life and use the hashtag #VaccinesWork.

Not on social media? No problem!

Posts on our blog cover everything from compelling Champion stories to direct advocacy tips to profiles of Shot@Life team members.

You can connect with Shot@Life directly by texting VACCINES to 738674 to support childhood immunizations and receive calls-to-action.

Finally, we’ll deliver all the info you need to your inbox. Don’t forget to sign up for the Shot@Life emails on our homepage!

All of the above are great ways to keep up with the campaign, no matter where you may be located. These platforms also allow you to follow our Champion Summit from home. Learn how you can make an impact locally, nationally, and globally!

  • Shannan is a writer and recovering attorney who lives with her husband and teen daughter in the Chicago suburbs.  Her work has been featured by the BBC, the Chicago Tribune and the Family Online Safety Institute. Her writing has been published in several anthologies and she contributes to Chicago Parent, Make It Better magazine and...