Walgreens Hopes to Provide 50 Million More Vaccines Through Get a Shot. Give a Shot. Campaign by 2023
On Nov. 19, Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) and the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign announced that Walgreens Get a Shot. Give a Shot. program has helped provide 50 million lifesaving vaccines to children around the world since its inception in 2013. Walgreens also stated it would strive to provide an additional 50 million immunizations over the next five years.
Announces Third Consecutive Year of Campaign Funding Supporting Measles Immunization Programs in Latin America
Washington, D.C., March 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ - For the third consecutive year, Astellas USA Foundation will continue to help support the delivery of measles vaccines to children in Latin America. To date, funding provided by the Astellas USA Foundation to the Shot@Life campaign of the United Nations Foundation has been used to help immunize more than 200,000 children in Latin America against measles as well as provide disease monitoring and surveillance that are essential to ensure that hardest to reach and most vulnerable children are vaccinated.
Funding will support measles vaccination campaigns in Latin America
Washington, D.C., March 5, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life Campaign, which helps expand access to lifesaving childhood vaccines globally, has partnered with the Astellas USA Foundation, a non-profit corporation, to help support the delivery of measles vaccines to children in Latin America, many living in hard-to-reach locations. The Astellas USA Foundation will provide a monetary donation to advance this mission.
The campaign aims to decrease vaccine-preventable deaths and give children a shot at a healthy life.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Washington, DC - September 19, 2011 - The United Nations Foundation today revealed Shot@Life, a new campaign to expand access to life-saving vaccines for children in developing countries. A national grassroots movement, Shot@Life will educate, connect and empower Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save children’s lives around the world.