- Supported by Compassionism

by Compassionism at Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Kettering, England, United Kingdom - Supported by Compassionism
We did it
On 31st August 2021 we successfully raised £1,135 ( + est. £260.00 Gift Aid ) with 21 supporters in 150 days

Supporting VaccinAID to deliver access to COVID19 vaccination across low and middle income countries. Compassion is universal.

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Led by UNICEF UK this vital campaign offers people a practical way to give thanks for their Covid-19 vaccination, by making donating to help pay for jabs for others around the world - we are only safe when we are all safe.

It aims to help fund almost two billion Covid-19 vaccines for health workers and the most high risk and vulnerable people on our planet. The money raised will also help UNICEF provide tests and treatments to people in 190 countries around the world through the global COVAX initiative.

What Your Donation Can Mean:  

By supporting UNICEF, not only are you helping deliver 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines, 165 million treatments and 900 million test kits – you’re helping open the door to a brighter future.

£15 could help transport more than 500 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in-country

£25 could provide 20 doses of COVID-19 vaccines

£50 could train a health worker on administering the COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments

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Vaccines are being prioritised for frontline health and social workers, teachers and high-risk groups.

Protecting health workers, social workers and teachers means easing pressure on overwhelmed health systems worldwide. This is how we can – and must – stop the pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis.

You can help in many ways using Crowdfunder platform:

  • As Donator - Donate today, your money goes directly to getting vaccines in arms
  • As Promoter - Use your social network to supercharge the noble cause
  • As Fundraiser - Organise events and activities to help raise money.


Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Northampton General Hospital supporting - 'Give the World a Shot’ campaign to beat COVID-19.

Compassionism is our culture change programme with a pledge to make Compassion a universal language - with compassion as our core value let us all join hands in bringing this world wide epidemic to an end. 

Dr Rabia Imtiaz, founder of Compassionism says 'We in the UK are privileged to have most successful and sophisticated vaccination programme to date. This is our opportunity to show our compassion and share our gratitude with those who may not be as fortunate.' 

Simon Weldon, the group CEO of two Acute NHS Trusts in Northamptonshire  says ‘I'm delighted to be able to raise awareness of this compassionate fundraising campaign to support VaccinAID. I encourage the people of Northamptonshire and beyond to back this worldwide vaccination initiative by sharing with friends and family’.

COVID-19 Pandemic hit us hard but the science, technology and our individual efforts have got us to a place where are on a winning seat.  However, the way COVID-19 spreads, to control it the vaccination has to go beyond boundaries. 


Want to fundraise for this cause?

Donations made to UNICEF’s VaccinAid appeal will go towards UNICEF’s work to purchase and deliver Covid-19 vaccines, tests and treatment to bring an end to the pandemic. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed UNICEF’s funding requirements for this appeal, your donation will go towards the Children’s Emergency Fund.