Donate the cost of a vaccine to someone in a developing countries.
Each vaccine costs between $5 and $10 to deliver. The majority of people are unlikely to get a Covid vaccine anytime soon.
Many of the most vulnerable people do not have clean water and or adequate food.
They cannot afford medical call and may have underlying health issues.
You can help them by donating the cost of 1, 2 or 10 vaccines.
Donate via the Givealittle page at any time.
Funds raised go to the COVAX Alliance, which includes UNICEF and GAVI (the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation). COVAX is the official global channel for the delivery of vaccines to vulnerable and poor countries. The New Zealand government already supports this scheme. COVAX works with private donors, governments, NGOs, community organisations and with vaccine developers and manufacturers, to strengthen health care where it is needed most. COVAX and GAVI have a strong track record and recognised standards of reporting and accountability.
Funds from Get one, Give one will be transferred to UNICEF which, on behalf of the COVAX facility, is leading the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation ever undertaken, aiming to supply 2 billion vaccine doses by the end of the year.
Please protect our global neighbours who have no access to the vaccine.
Mobilise families, workplaces, schools and churches to join this campaign. Downloadable promotional print and digital resources, as well as ideas for how to run Get one, Give one fundraising events, can be found online at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1hrji1a1054ao6u/AABzSuJe8T_nENzzUOwlVZy-a?dl=0