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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.(R) It's that easy.
Get a shot. Give a Shot.(R) It's that easy.

Get a flu shot or any other vaccine at Walgreens and help provide children in need access to lifesaving vaccines.*

1 in 5 children worldwide lacks access to lifesaving vaccines. Every 20 seconds a child dies from a vaccine-preventable disease. Source: shotatlife.org.
1 in 5 children worldwide lacks access to lifesaving vaccines. Every 20 seconds a child dies from a vaccine-preventable disease. Source: shotatlife.org.

Reaching Children in Need

Immunizations are one of the world's biggest public health success stories. But not all communities have the same access to vaccines. Get a Shot. Give a Shot.® helps provide lifesaving vaccines to families in developing countries through the United Nations Foundation's Shot@Life campaign.*

Be a part of the movement—get your vaccinations at Walgreens.

How We've Made a Difference, One Vaccine a Time

We've helped provide 15 million lifesaving vaccines to children in need around the world.
We've helped provide 15 million lifesaving vaccines to children in need around the world.
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Walgreens at the corner of happy & healthy | United Nations Foundation
Walgreens at the corner of happy & healthy | United Nations Foundation

*From September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2017, for every immunization administered, Walgreens will donate $0.22 to the United Nations Foundation, up to a maximum donation of $2,000,000. For more information, go to Walgreens.com/GetaShot. Vaccines subject to availability. State-, age- and health-related restrictions may apply.

To increase access for immunizations against diseases like pneumonia, diarrhea, measles and polio for children in developing countries, funds raised through Shot@Life benefit Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, UNICEF and the World Health Organization. These organization work to save lives and improve the health of millions of children around the world every day.

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