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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!


Voices for Vaccines has created a number of toolkits to help you communicate about vaccines online with your family, communities, and on social media. Share the toolkit pages easily online, or download and print the PDF versions. 

Vaccine Hesitancy Toolkit Cover Page
Healthcare Provider Toolkit
Family Advocacy Toolkit

Vaccine Fact Sheets

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:

Download the Chickenpox PDF Fact Sheet

Chickenpox Vaccine

Download the DTaP PDF Fact Sheet

DTaP Vaccine

Download the Polio IPV Vaccine PDF Fact Sheet

Polio Vaccine

Vax Talk Podcast

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.

Why I Vax

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.

Jennifer Wood

My children are vaccinated to protect their little brother, who is too young for the vaccine, and also high risk due to a kidney condition.

Joseph Bonnar

Because the evidence proves that by being vaccinated, I am FAR less likely to spread the disease to others, I'm up-to-date because I don't want YOU to catch a dangerous disease.

Laura Calise

Vaccines help keep us safe. We can stop Covid-19!

Voices for Vaccines Blog

Visit our blog to read all our posts, submit your story, or read the most recent posts below:

Why I Got Vaccinated

I got vaccinated against COVID, HPV, measles, meningitis, flu, and other deadly diseases, because I believe in the science of vaccines to protect myself and reduce the chance of spreading to others.

My Breakthrough About Vaccines

Stanford PhD Mallory Harris on her hard-won realization about the community value of vaccination.

Voices for Vaccines App

Need to debunk misinformation on the go? Looking for a guide for starting a vaccines conversation Want to get involved? Download our app from the Apple Store or Google Play.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about vaccines? Check out our FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) to find answers.

Just the Facts:
Correcting This Week's Misinformation Newsletter.

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