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Being a vaccine advocate can feel hard. But we’ve got you covered. Here you will find all sorts of resources to better understand vaccines and feel more confident being a vaccine champion!

Healthcare Provider Toolkit
Healthcare Provider Toolkit
You’re a health hero and influential when it comes to vaccines. We’re excited to help you help your patients understand and support vaccines.
Coalition Toolkit
Coalition Toolkit
Many coalitions have a strong desire to better engage with families but don’t have a model to do so.
Cover page of the New Parent Toolkit
New Parent Toolkit
You’re a health hero and influential when it comes to vaccines. We’re excited to help you help your patients understand and support vaccines.
Family Advocacy Toolkit
Family Advocacy
We think of family advocacy as human-to-human, personal engagement about vaccines.
Vaccine Hesitancy Toolkit Cover Page
Vaccine Hesitancy Toolkit
Forty years ago vaccine hesitancy was something we rarely saw. Today, vaccine hesitancy is on most people’s minds.
Community Immunity Toolkit
Community Immunity Toolkit
Let’s start with a call for compassion and an understanding that community immunity is about far more than “herd immunity.” It’s about caring for one another.

Voices for Vaccines has created fact sheets for each childhood vaccine. Learn about the disease the vaccine prevents, how effective the vaccine is as well as helpful hints during the vaccine visit and after vaccination. Download and print these before your vaccine visit to help you understand the process and jot down any questions you may have:

Vax Talk is the podcast for people who want to do something about outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and who understand that knowledge is power. We will discuss the latest news about vaccines and the impact they have on our communities, our families, and our friendships.

You can listen to past episodes of our podcast here. Also, subscribe to Vax Talk at Apple PodcastsGoogle Play, PodBean or Stitcher.

William Schaffner, MD
Ep. 63: It’s Not COVID
Flu is lingering into June and RSV is messing with kids off-season. To find out what is happening and how vaccines can help, we talked to Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Dr. Bill Schaffner.
Four people, zoom style. Nathan is a white male with glasses. Karen is a white female with glasses and an adorable Irish smile. Lydia is a white woman with blonde hair who is looking pensively into the distance. Heather is a white, blonde female who is leaning forward and listening intently.
Ep. 62: Getting Back to the Vax
People who are vaccine hesitant can become confident, like our two guests. Join this fun conversation about how we can all talk to each other, featuring Lydia Greene and Heather Simpson from Back to the Vax.
A Zoom panel, including a white woman with glasses, brown hair, and a white hair band, another white woman with blonde hair, a white man with brown hair and a checkered shirt, and a white woman with sandy blonde hair, glasses, and a peach shirt.
Ep. 61: SAFE Vaccine Legislation
A new organization--SAFE Communities Coalition--is working hard to combat bad vaccine legislation and promote the good stuff.

Visit our Why I Vax gallery to see why ordinary people like you are happy to be vaccinated, or submit your photo today.

Two small children proudly show off their vaccine bandages.
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Joseph Bonnar
Laura Calise

Visit our blog to read all our posts, or read the most recent ones below:

Price’s Advice to Other Kids About COVID-19 Vaccines
So don’t be scared and remember this is the way to help end this pandemic. You can do this! I know as a kid you might not feel like there is anything you can do, but this is a way you can help everybody. Just because you are a kid doesn't mean you can’t do anything. Small things change the world all the time!  
What Happened After I Changed My Mind

In May of 2020, I wrote an article after some COVID-19-related growing pains. It was shortly after my children’s very first vaccine appointment in the twelve years since I’d stopped…

How I Went From Dressing up as Measles to Hoping for My COVID Vaccines

I am a nobody to most people, but back in 2019 and the beginning of 2020, I was a viral anti-vaccine "influencer." Was? Let me explain. I was fully vaccinated…

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