COVID-19 vaccines were made to save

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Afternoons with friends

Hugs from our grandparents

Family Selfies

Moments with family

Afternoons with friends

Made to Save is a national grassroots effort to ensure communities hardest hit by the pandemic have access to the COVID-19 vaccines and accurate, timely information.

They were Made to Save

From hugs from our grandparents to afternoons with friends, time with family to services at churches, temples and mosques—the COVID-19 vaccines were made to save the moments we cherish most.

The vaccines are extremely effective in preventing death, serious illness, and hospitalization from COVID-19, which has disproportionately impacted communities of color.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines.

Take action to end the pandemic

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Join our National Vaccine Month of Action

Join thousands of people across the country as we send texts, make calls, and canvass our communities to vaccine as many people as possible before July 4th. 

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Tell your story

Sharing your story can help encourage others to start on their COVID-19 vaccination journey. Take a moment to let us know why you got vaccinated and what you’re most excited about doing now that you are vaccinated. 

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Spread the word on social media

Let people know about the Month of Action and how the vaccines protect them and the people they love.

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With hope on the horizon, many people in hardest hit communities have questions & are facing challenges getting vaccinated—I’m working with Made to Save to save lives & get back to the moments we all miss. Dr. Alice Chen, Former ED of Doctors for America
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