Easy-to-customize vaccine campaigns for your community
We created three campaigns that support vaccine confidence in refugee, immigrant and migrant communities, complete with translations and easy drag-and-drop templates.
The Get Vaccinated and Get the Facts campaigns are effective if you need to broadcast messaging that is universal at a large scale. But for a more targeted campaign, Vaccination Is will guide you as you partner with the communities themselves to learn what will work best.
With our tools, you can easily conduct a mass communications campaign for your broader community, as well as develop targeted messaging for those who are hardest to reach. Both these approaches are important for any vaccine campaign strategy.
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The Get Vaccinated campaign is based on feedback that indicates people from many different backgrounds connect with the theme of protecting their communities. The goal is to create awareness of COVID-19 vaccines and the impact it has on the collective group.
This campaign includes posters and social media assets. It is pre-designed, pre-translated into 40+ languages, and customizable with your own logo, URL and photo.
Get the Facts
The Get the Facts campaign is based on CDC guidance, offering facts about COVID-19 vaccines in a simple and memorable way that counters common misconceptions.
These facts address cost, ingredients, side effects, eligibility and more.
The campaign includes a social media series, fact sheets, and even audio and video PSAs for people who don’t read in the language that they speak or who rely on more oral tradition. All materials are pre-designed, pre-translated into 40+ languages, and customizable with your own logo, URL and photo.
We partnered with IDEO.org, a nonprofit design firm, to work directly with community leaders to co-create and disseminate messaging campaigns in support of vaccine confidence. We acknowledge that refugee and immigrant communities are incredibly diverse. Unique communities need unique approaches to COVID-19 vaccine confidence that honor their priorities, values and the expertise of community leaders.
We have campaign materials that support the Iraqi, Latino, Haitian, Congolese, Afghani, Somali, Bhutanese, and Ukrainian communities.