Vaccines save lives and we need your help to spread the word about the importance and safety of timely vaccinations to your family, friends, community members and policymakers. Your support is also critical to ensuring strong state and federal policies that increase our ability to help protect everyone from dangerous vaccine-preventable diseases.
Right now, Congress is considering legislation to increase vaccine confidence and stop outbreaks before they begin. Please take a moment to share your support for vaccines by using our quick and easy messages to your Senators and Representative.
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Vaccinate Your Family is dedicated to telling the stories of people and families who have been affected by vaccine-preventable diseases. Do you have a personal experience you would like to share? Your story can make a difference. It can help others understand the importance of keeping people of all ages and communities healthy through timely vaccinations. Please take a moment to share your story with us.
No matter what experts and the media say about vaccines, people are most likely to listen to, and follow the advice of their family members, friends and their own healthcare providers. We need your help to make sure your family, friends, community, and legislators understand the importance of vaccines.
Your Congressional representatives and other policymakers want to hear about why you support vaccines! Making a difference in national policy is easier than many of us think. Whether you have five minutes or a whole day, you can do something to support vaccines and science-based vaccination policies.
Vaccinate Your Family works to inform the public, healthcare providers, policymakers, and the media about the importance of timely vaccinations and pro-vaccination policies. Your donation can help us continue our crucial efforts to keep families and communities safe from vaccine-preventable diseases.