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The Walgreens App makes immunizations easy. View your history, schedule an immunization and more! Learn more.
The Walgreens App makes immunizations easy. View your history, schedule an immunization and more! Learn more.
Get a shot. Give a Shot. It's that easy. Your flu shot helps provide a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need.*
Get a shot. Give a Shot. It's that easy. Your flu shot helps provide a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need.*

It's Easy to Help, & It Starts When You Get Your Immunization at Walgreens

When you get a whooping cough, shingles, pneumonia or any other immunization at Walgreens, you could help save a life. Together with the United Nations Foundation's Shot@Life campaign, we're helping to provide lifesaving vaccines to children in need.*

How Our Partnership with Shot@Life Helps

Immunization is one of the world's biggest public health success stories. Yet, 1 in 5 children still lack access to the lifesaving immunizations that help keep children in the U.S. healthy. Coordinated worldwide vaccination efforts have made significant progress, particularly in reducing cases of measles and polio.1 You can be a part of this movement to help protect children worldwide by getting your immunization at Walgreens.

Explore other ways you can support this program and help make a difference through Shot@Life.



Learn About Shot@Life

Join us for the Get a Shot. Give a Shot. Campaign. For every immunization you receive, we will provide a child with a lifesaving vaccine. Together we can help more kids say, "When I grow up," instead of "IF I grow up."

Learn About Shot@Life
Learn About Shot@Life

* For every immunization administered, Walgreens will make a donation, $0.18 from 9/1/15 - 8/31/16; and $0.22 from 9/1/16 - 8/31/17, to the United Nations Foundation, up to a maximum donation of $2,000,000 per term. For more information, go to Walgreens.com/GetaShot. Vaccines subject to availability. State-, age- and health-related restrictions may apply.

1 Source: shotatlife.org

The campaign has partnered with the Adventists Development and Relief Agency, American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Every Child By Two, the General Federation of Women's Clubs, Lions Clubs International, Mocha Moms, Real Simple Magazine and Rotary International to broaden American support for immunizations against diseases like pneumonia, diarrhea, measles and polio to children in developing countries. Together, these partners are working with Shot@Life to benefit the GAVI Alliance, UNICEF and the World Health Organization who are already saving lives and improving the health of millions of children around the world every day.

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