Students for Vaccinaid

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Students for Vaccinaid


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With vaccines rolling out, we’re beginning to win the fight against COVID-19, and its now time to help the rest of the world

Students - it's your time to make a difference 

COVID-19 doesn’t respect borders. To beat this virus, we have to see the bigger picture. We’ll only begin to recover from the pandemic when people in lower-income countries – as well as wealthier countries – have access to the vaccines. UNICEF is on a mission to deliver 2 billion vaccines around the world this year.


Your support will help us get there.


Whats the impact? 

Just £25 could provide 20 doses of COVID-19 vaccines to health workers, teachers or vulnerable people around the world. 

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

Global COVID-19 vaccines rollout began on 24th February 2021. In the first 2 weeks, nearly 30 million doses were delivered to 32 countries. This is just the beginning. With your help, we’ll deliver 2 billion before the end of the year.


How to become a fundraiser 

It only takes 5 minutes to fill in your details!

To become a fundraiser simply click on the box at the bottom or side of the page. 

To help fill it in you can simply copy and paste from this page, the Vaccinaid 'about' page also has lots of details about the cause and make sure to include details about you and any challenges you might be doing. 

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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.