Advocate to Vaccinate with Shot@Life Social media toolkit, Spring 2024

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Vaccines have protected us from disease for more than two centuries — from the very first vaccines developed to protect against smallpox to the newest ones used to prevent severe cases of COVID-19. Since the pandemic, global childhood vaccination rates have declined to their lowest levels in 30 years. Now more than ever, it is integral that you raise your voice and advocate for #VaccinesForAll.

In this social media toolkit for our advocates, you will find resources such as messaging, visual assets, sample posts, and more to make your voice heard online.
Connect With Shot@Life!

Make sure to tag @shotatlife and use #VaccinesForAll in your posts so our team can amplify your content!

Relevant hashtags: #VaccinesForAll, #VaccinesWork, #AdvocateToVaccinate

Tell Congress You Support Vaccines for All



I support equitable access to lifesaving vaccines for children around the 🌏 Join me and @ShotAtLife as we #AdvocatetoVaccinate and sign the petition to ask Congress to fully fund global immunization programs in the coming fiscal year 💉 #VaccinesForAll


Every year, 1.5 million children die from vaccine-preventable diseases, which we can prevent with lifesaving #VaccinesForAll. Learn how you can help advocate for global immunization programs with @shotatlife: 💉


Every $1 invested in vaccination saves over $50 in healthcare costs, lost wages, and lost productivity due to illness. This makes vaccines one of the most cost-effective global health interventions; continued funding for these programs is critical to give everyone a @ShotAtLife.


#DidYouKnow immunizations currently prevent around 4 million deaths each year? Vaccines protect entire communities and future generations from life-threatening diseases. To learn more about ensuring that everyone, everywhere, has a @ShotAtLife, visit

Advocate to Vaccinate Social Media Graphics

Messaging for World Immunization Week

Check back for more key messages and assets for the World Immunization Week 2024, coming soon!


Essential health services, including immunization, have declined globally since even before the start of the pandemic. The U.S. must continue to support global immunization efforts to regain lost ground. #VaccinesForAll #WorldImmunizationWeek


Thanks to U.S. investment, there were just 12 cases of wild polio in the world in 2023! We have an incredible epidemiological window to finally #EndPolio for good. #VaccinesWork #WorldImmunizationWeek 💉

Thank you for working to ensure that everyone, everywhere has a shot at life.