Join the National Vaccine Month of Action

Made to Save and We Can Do This logos

On June 4, we launched a month-long mobilization effort in support of the Department of Health & Human Services’ We Can Do This campaign to ensure as many people as possible receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot by July 4th. Despite vaccination progress, we’re still seeing disproportionately lower vaccination rates in communities of color. Getting as many folks as possible vaccinated and achieving equity in the distribution and uptake of vaccines will require a national effort led by partners like you. 

Click here to join the Month of Action as a founding partner, and click here to find an event near you.

You can see a full list of our founding partners at the bottom of this page. Please note that if you are a PAC, candidate, or political party, you cannot register an event.

We will kick off this month-long vaccination campaign with a Weekend of Action on Saturday and Sunday, June 5-6th. We will leverage our collective networks to provide needed vaccine information, increase access, continue shifting the narrative, and ensure an equitable end to this pandemic. We will host thousands of events in communities across the country, having the critical person-to-person conversations needed to get more shots in arms. Let’s use this Weekend and Month of Action as a major moment for vaccination mobilization. To get started we have three asks for you, outlined below.  If you are a PAC, candidate, or a party, please do not fill out the form or register any events you are planning on Mobilize.

1) Commit to join the full Month of Action and to host events during the launch weekend and throughout the month.

We ask that you prioritize hosting events that facilitate person-to-person outreach to have conversations about the COVID-19 vaccines, assist folks in making appointments, or help people identify ways to get to and from a vaccination site. Our goal is to maximize the number of shots administered during the weekend and month. We aim to make a splash during the first weekend and create sustained momentum throughout the month. We will be providing a robust host toolkit to support your organization’s events.

Your organization should set a goal number of events that is both ambitious and achievable. In determining your level of commitment, please consider the following: 

  • We anticipate that most of our partners will be able to commit to hosting between 1 and 25 (or more!) events during the kickoff Weekend of Action. If you are a large organization with chapters or affiliates across the country, let’s go big and aim to mobilize each chapter to host at least one event for the kickoff Weekend of Action and at least 10 (or more!) events throughout the month-long campaign. 
  • Your total commitment numbers should include previously planned events that align with the goals of the Weekend and Month of Action.
  • If you have multiple shifts in one day, these should count as separate events (ex. Three canvassing shifts throughout the first Saturday = 3 events).

 Our priority event categories include:

  • Community canvasses: In-person events where volunteers go door-to-door to talk to people about the COVID-19 vaccines. Made to Save will provide access to scripts and safety guidelines to facilitate low barrier to entry community canvasses. 
  • Phone banks: In-person or virtual events where volunteers call people to talk to them about the COVID-19 vaccines. Made to Save will provide scripts to support these efforts.
  • Text banks: Virtual events where volunteers text people to talk to them about the COVID-19 vaccines. Made to Save will provide scripts to support text bank efforts.
  • Other: Events that do not qualify as any of the above! We encourage your organization to be creative in community outreach and do what you do best. This might include tabling in high traffic areas, canvassing outside vaccination sites, convening volunteers to do outreach to their friends and family, participating in a community event to share information about the vaccines, and more.

As you plan your events, here are some of the communities where we see a particular opportunity for impact. (Events anywhere and everywhere are welcomed!)

Atlanta, GA

Cincinnati, OH

Birmingham, AL

San Antonio, TX

Charlotte, NC

Cleveland, OH

Columbia, SC

Riverside – San Bernardino, CA

Chicago, IL

Columbus, OH

El Paso, TX

Raleigh, NC

Dallas, TX

Greensboro / Winston Salem, NC

Fresno, CA

Norfolk / Virginia Beach, VA

Detroit, MI

Jacksonville, FL

Little Rock, AR

St. Louis, MO

Houston, TX

Las Vegas, NV

Orlando, FL

Miami, FL

Memphis, TN

Spokane, WA

Nashville, TN

Phoenix, AZ

Tampa, FL

2) Add your events to our national events MobilizeAmerica page

MobilizeAmerica is a unified dashboard and events management tool that will help power one million vaccine conversations over the course of the month. We will be driving all sign-up traffic to the dashboard. Adding your events helps new volunteers find & register for your event, in addition to enabling us to track our collective impact. Please include all events, including non-traditional events that don’t require RSVPs. Your organization will own the event on Mobilize, meaning you will have access to all sign-up information and be able to see and edit details. If you have events on a different Mobilize page, please share your link(s) with 

3) Sign up for our event host training calls. 

Next week, the Made to Save team will be hosting training sessions to talk through the information you need to host COVID-safe canvasses, phone and text banks, and more. We will go over how to lead these events and all of the tools you will need to make it a success!

Thank you for your dedication to this important work! Please reach out to with any questions.

4) Tell us about your work through this reporting form 

Reporting out on the impact of your work enables us to amplify your efforts and share the story of our collective impact. Please report back on a weekly basis on your organization’s events. 

Founding partners

1620 the Bright Side
A Just Harvest
A More Excellent Way Life Center Church
A.M.E. Zion Church
Abigail Grafton and Associates
Abundant Joy Community Church of Jersey City, NJ
Abundant Life Community Serv
ACA Consumer Advocacy
Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & N. Ohio
ACE Talk – Asian Caribbean Exchange
Advocate Aurora Health
Africa Resurrection & Restoration Ministries
African Services Committee
African-American Coalition
Air Line Pilots Association, International
Akron Area Interfaith Council
Alabama Department of Public Health
Alabama Regional Medical Services
Alianza Nacional de Campesinas
All Healers Mental Health Alliance
All Under One Roof LGBT Advocates of Southeastern Idaho
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)
Alpha Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc
Amen Ministries
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Association of Nurse Practitioners
American Association on Health and Disability
American Conference of Cantors
American Farm Bureau Federation
American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)
American Federation of Teachers
American Health Care Association
American Heart Association
American Lung Association
American Medical Association
American Medical Women’s Association
American Muslim & Multifaith Women’s Empowerment Council
American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP)
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
American Public Health Association
Anjuman-e-Saifee Chicago
Antelope Valley Community Organizing Alliance
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Brownsville
Arc of Justice Pennsylvania
Arizona Center for Empowerment
Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Arkansas Nurses Association
Arlington County’s Complete Vaccination Committee (CVC)
ASHP (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists)
Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)
Asian American Federation of Florida
Asian Community Development Council (ACDC)
Asian Health Services (AHS), Alameda County, CA
Asian Youth Services
Asians – Americans Relief Mission
ASNNA: Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators
Association of Flight Attendants-CWA
Association of University Centers on Disabilities
Authentic Caribbean Foundation Inc.
Autism Speaks
BCBS of Arizona
Best Community Resource Center
Bethel AME Church
Black Futures Lab
Black Ladies in Public Health
Black Nurses Rock
BLACK Wellness & Prosperity Center
BLACK Wellness & Prosperity Center, African American Coalition
Black Women for Positive Change, Baltimore & Baltimore County, NAACP
Blanchet House of Hospitality
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Blue Cross Blue Shield Hawaii – HMSA
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
Blue Ridge Impact Consulting
Body of Christ Life Changing Experience
Border Agricultural Workers Project
Border Network for Human Rights
Bridge Builders Charlotte
Bridgewater Raritan School District
Bridging Cultures Group Inc.
Buena Vida Media
Building Audacity
Building Bridges for America
Business Partners to CONVINCE
BVM Capacity Building Institute/ Black Voters Matter Fund
California Foundation for Independent Living Centers
Calvary Baptist Church
Calvary Fellowship AME Church
Canaan Baptist Church, Newark NJ
Capital University Center for Faith and Learning
Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc
CCUIH (California Consortium for Urban Indian Health)
CDC Foundation
Center for Employment Opportunities
Center For Independence
Change For Better Charities
Chemehuevi Indian Tribe – Health & Wellness Center
Chicanos Por La Causa
Choose Healthy Life
Christian Breakthrough Fellowship International Ministries
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church – Shreveport District
Church of the Good Shepherd
CIC Health
Cicatelli Associates Inc.
Ciencia Puerto Rico
City of Cincinnati, Office of Human Relations
City of Dayton, OH
City of Grand Prairie Public Health
City of Grand Prairie Public Health & Environmental Quality
City of Milwaukee
City of Philadelphia-Philly Counts
Citygate Network
Cleveland Jewish News & Columbus Jewish News
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
Cochise Department of Health & Social Services
Collective Empowerment Group of the Tampa Bay Area, Inc.
Columbus Kappa Foundation
Communcations Workers of America
Community Action Marin
Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga
Community Health Improvement Plan Coalition, Access to Healthcare
Community Huddle
Community Outreach Partner
Community Resources for Independent Living
Comprehensive Community Health Centers
Consumes for Affordable Health Care
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Corinthian Entertainment LLC
Corporate Strategists Corporation
COVID Collaborative
COVID-19 Wall of Memories
Creative Learning Center Studios
Dakota Communications
Dallas County
Dawoodi Bohras of Atlanta
de Beaumont Foundation
Desert Healthcare District and Foundation
Detroit Action
Disability Law Center (Utah)
Disability Rights CA
Disability Rights NJ
disABLEDperson, Inc.
Doctors For America
Douglas Memorial Community Church
Dream Big Nevada
Eastie Farm
Education & Leadership Foundation
El Calvario United Methodist Church
El Rio Health Center
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center
Equal Ground Education
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Fair Count
Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America
First AME Church Las Vegas
First Bethel Baptist Church
First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley
Florida Asian Services
Florida Community Partners & Outreach
Focused Family Services
Foothill Unity Center, Inc.
For Our Future Action Fund
For Your Consciousness Campbell Ministries
Ford Health
Forum Philly’s All Faith’s Vaccination Campaign
Forward Latino, Inc.
Gender Benders & Campaign for Southern Equality
Get Vaccinated Chattanooga
Gilbert Albert Community Center Inc
Global Black women’s Chamber of Commerce
Global Immunization Action Network Team (GIANT)
Grace Covenant Church
Grace Temple Church of God In Christ
Greater Augusta’s Interfaith Coalition, CDC
Greater First United Baptist Church
Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
Greek Orthdoox Archdiocese of America
Guardians of the Glades
Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America
Haki Farmers Collective
Harris County Public Health
Harrisburg Area YMCA Center For Healthy Living
Harvard Christian Alumni Society
HBCU COVID Awareness and Resilience Day
Head Start for Kent County
Health Leads
Healthcare Ready
Heartland Alliance for Progress
Helping Hands Community Outreach Services
Here’s Help Workforce and Community Development Corporation
Heres Help Workforce and Community Development Corporation
Higher Heights for America
Higher Heights Leadership Fund
Higher Impact Ministries (H.I.M.)
Hilliard Chapel AME Zion Church
Hilton Head + Bluffton SC United for Vaccinations and COVID Prevention
Hispanic Federation
Hispanics In Philanthropy
Houston in Action
HR Tech Partner
Human Being Society
Human Development Services of Westchester, Inc.
Human Rights Campaign (Religion & Faith Program)
Human Service Chamber of Franklin County
I’m A Star Foundation
IHS group
IJN Ministries INTL
IMLO International Ltd
Immunization Action Coalition
Immunize Nevada
Independence Blue Cross
Independent Sector
Inland SoCal United Way
Interfaith Youth Core
International Assoc. of Machinists & Aerospace Workers
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Iron Workers
International Association of Machinists
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
International Community Health Services (ICHS), King County, WA
International Rescue Committee
International Union of Painters & Allied Trades
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW)
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)
Islamic Networks Group (ING)
J. Hood & Associates
Jacksonville COVID-19 Task Force
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action
Jewish Center for Justice
Jewish Democratic Women for America
Jewish Orthodox Women’s Medical Association
Kaldean Church
Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission
Kessler Women’s Healthcare
Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc.
KUMU Consulting
La Union Del Pueblo Entero (LUPE)
Lakeside United Methodist Church
Latinx COVID19 Task Force
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
LeadMN – College Students Connecting for Change
Legacy Foundation (Lake County’s Community Foundation)/RiseNWI Program
Lend A Hand Foundation
Long Covid Kids, Survivor Corps
Make the Road Nevada
Manasota Black Chamber of Commerce
Marion County Public Health Department
Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Maryland Department of Health
Mattapan /Greater Boston Technology Learning Center, Inc
McKinney Fit Body Boot Camp
Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Memphis For All/CivicTN
Metro-Detroit Chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women and Coordinator, Michigan Pay Equity Network
Metropolitan Community Churches (aka The Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches)
Metropolitan Family Service
Mi Familia Vota
Mi Familia Vota Nevada
Miami-Dade County League of Women Voters
Micronesian Islander Community
Mid America Immunization Coalition
Minidoka Medical Center RHC
MinKwon Center for Community Action
Minority Behavioral Health Group
Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC)
Mosaic Forum
Motivated Misfits
Mountain-Pacific Quality Health
My Brother’s Keeper, Inc.
NAACP Riverside Branch 1059
NALEO Educational Fund
National Asian/Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce & Entrepreneurship
National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs (NANASP)
National Association of Social Workers
National Center for Transgender Equality
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation/Black Women’s Roundtable
National Community Action Partnership
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Negro Women
National Council of Negro Women DelVal Section
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA
National Farmers Union
National Federation of Families
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
National GOTVax/Dream Big Nevada
National Grange
National Hispanic Medical Association
National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants (NRC-RIM)
National Rural Health Association
National Treasury Employees Union
ND Senate
Neighborhood House
Neighborhood Network Center, Inc
New Direction Health Care Solutions
New Direction Health Solutions
New Rural Project
New Salem Missionary Baptist Church
Next Wave Strategies
NGV Enterprises Inc USA / NGV Inc / NGV & Enterprises Group
Nile’s Project MRSA
North American Meat Institute
North Carolina Health Equity Project, Inc.
North Counties’ Family Services
North Little Rock Residents Council
North Mississippi Community Development Center
North MS Community Development Center
NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association
Nurses Who Vaccinate
OCA South Florida Chapter
Open Progress
Operation HOPE
Opportunity Wisconsin
Organizing Empowerment Project
Orthodox Union
Orthodox Union
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
OSUCCC Center for Cancer Health Equity
P4 Innovative Solutions
Pars Equality Center, Los Angeles
Peace Cathedral
Phyllis Wheatley Community Center
Pico Union Project
Pima County Health Department
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Poder Latinx
Poligon Education Fund
Polish National Catholic Church
Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
Positive People Partners / Center of Unconditional Love
Protect Our Care
Proyecto Vida Digna
Public Private Strategies Institute
Qweerty Gamers
Race Matters
Reach Out
Rebuilding Lives Project
Regence BlueCross BlueShield
Remedy Foundation
Repair the World
Resourceful Clinical Laboratory
Rodgers Health Center
Rotary eClub of Florida
Rural Coalition
Rural Voices USA
Ruth Gift of Charity
Samaritan House
Scouts BSA
Second Ebenezer
Service Center for Independent Life
Shorter College
Sikhona, Inc
Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board and Silver Spring Covid Community Committee
Small Business Majority
Social Change
Soul Media Group (Indie Soul Magazine, MY SOUL RADIO, I Soul Television, Flagrant Sport)
South Dakota Voices For Peace
South Dakota Voices for Peace (SDVFP)
Special Olympics District of Columbia, Inc.
Special Olympics Maine
Special Olympics Michigan
Special Olympics New Hampshire
Special Olympics Tennessee
Special Olympics Texas
Special Olympics Washington
Spirit Love and Kindness for Children Families in Need, Inc
Spirit Love and Kindness for Children Families In Need, Inc.
St. Ann’s Church of Morrisania
St. Luke A.M.E. Church / Treat Me Right Inc.
St. Mark Church of God in Christ
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
Staten Island Not for Profit Association / Staten Island COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disaster)
Step Up For Mental Health®
Stone Soup Fresno
Stop the Spread
Stronger – The Public Good Projects
Student Veterans of America
Students Learn Students Vote Coalition
Sustainable Development for Environmental Engineering LLC
Teens for Vaccines Inc.
Temple Avodat Shalom
Temple Beth El
Temple Israel West palm Beach
Texas Freedom Network
Texas Organizing Project
The American Legion
The Arizona Partnership for Immunization
The Balm In Gilead Inc.
The Blue Project
The Common Ground Project
The Community Table
The Episcopal Church
The Family Health Centers of Georgia, Inc.
The Free Medical Clinic of Oak Ridge
The HUB Community Development Corporation
The Independence Fund
The Interfaith Center of New York
The Jewish Federations of North America
The Neighbor Network
The Panafrican Cultural and Training Center Inc.
The Salvation Army National Headquarters
The Sikh Coalition
The Source LGBT+ Center
The TIS Foundation
The Worship Center Christian Church
The Wright Center for Community Health
ThisIsOurShot – National
Thomas Jefferson University
Thrive Alliance
TIME’S UP. Foundation
TMC HealthCare
Together Toward Health
Tools for Life – Georgia’s AT Act Program
Tourette Association of America
Transforming Salon
Transport Workers Union of America
Two Million Arms KC
U.S Vets Homeless Feeding & Housing Services
UArizona MEZCOPH Primary Prevention Mobile Health Unit-Tucson
UFW Foundation
UGA Vaccine Ambassadors
Unidos Latino Association, Inc.
Union for Reform Judaism
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
United Airlines
United Block Club Council
United Brotherhood of Carpenters
United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW)
United Macedonian Diaspora
United School employees of Pasco-Retired
United State of Women
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
United Today, Stronger Tomorrow
United Way Greater Cincinnati
United Way of Santa Cruz County
United Way of the Greater Triangle
United Way Worldwide
Unity Consortium
Unity Hope/Unity Fellowship Social Justice Center
Unity Network LLC
University of Houston
UNLV School of Public Health/Nevada Minority Health and Equity Coalition
Upper East Side for Change
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
Vaccinate Your Family
Vaccine Equity Cooperative
Vaccines for the Black and Brown Community
Village of Maywood
Voices for Vaccines
Volunteer English Program in Chester County (PA)
Voto Latino
Vuela for Health
Vult Lab
Wake County Human Services
We Are Sikhs
Welcoming America
WHEAT Community Services
White Oak Foundation Inc
Wilcome Human Services, Inc.
Willacy County EMS Inc.
Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities
Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice
Withers Zoenak Associates
Women of Praize
Women on the Worldstage (W.O.W.)
Worldwide Anglican Episcopal Communion & Ecumenical Ministry
Worry Free Community
Wyoming Institute for Disabilities
Xenco Medical
Young Invincibles
Your Voice Montclair
Yuma County Public Health Services District
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Sigma Pi Zeta Chapter
Zion Church