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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.

Advocates can get involved in a variety of ways, ranging from writing a letter to your legislator to support strong immunization policies, to educating your friends and family about the seriousness of vaccine-preventable diseases and the importance of vaccines, to working with immunization coalitions and community-based organizations. Get involved and become an advocate by telling your story, spreading the word, and taking action!

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Tell Your Story

Vaccinate Your Family is dedicated to lifting up the stories of individuals and families who have been personally impacted by a vaccine-preventable disease. These stories help educate others about the seriousness of these diseases and the importance of timely immunizations for children and adults. Learn how to use storytelling as part of your advocacy efforts.

Spread the Word

You’re vaccinated. Your family is vaccinated. Now it’s time to spread the word about the importance of vaccination! Learn how to become an online advocate and get involved in your community.

Take Action

Vaccine policy impacts every one of us. We all have a reason to keep ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities safe from vaccine-preventable diseases. Learn how to support pro-vaccine, science-based policies and reach out to policymakers.