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PolioPlus Society Materials
The Rotary District-led PolioPlus Society recognizes Rotarians, Rotaractors, and friends of The Rotary Foundation who commit to giving an amount determined by the criteria set by each District.
Download the resources below to help create and support a PolioPlus Society in your District!
Rotary maintains an extensive inventory of high-resolution photos, HD videos, advertisements, and graphics to support polio eradication efforts. Use these materials to reach out to news media in your community or for your own events. Find these materials and more in Rotary’s Brand Center. You may be asked to create or sign into your My Rotary account.
World Immunization Week Social Media Messages
I believe #VaccinesWork and that we can #EndPolio because [insert your reason for supporting polio eradication].
Let’s make history together! Every donation this week helps obtain the vaccines, materials, transportation, and healthcare workers need to cross the finish line in the fight to #EndPolio
Because #VaccinesWork, @Rotary & partners have reduced polio cases by 99.9% worldwide since 1988. We won't stop until we end the disease for good. Donate to support #EndPolio
In countries where polio is a threat, kids’ pinkies are marked with purple ink after they’re immunized, helping #EndPolio health workers know which kids are protected. #VaccinesWork
This #WorldImmunizationWeek, we applaud the courage, care, and tenacity of polio vaccinators who travel house-to-house to make sure every child is vaccinated. #VaccinesWork #EndPolio
To #EndPolio for good means making sure vaccines are delivered to the communities that need them, whether by car, train, or even a bicycle! #VaccinesWork #WorldImmunizationWeek
#DYK in communities where polio vaccines are delivered in house-to-house campaigns, vaccinators mark the homes with chalk to show a completed vaccination or indicate homes that may need to be revisited. #EndPolio
World Immunization Week Letter to Editor Template
Tips for using templates for letters to the editor:
- Review the guidelines of the media outlets you’ll send the letter to, and follow the instructions for submitting it.
- Consider designating one person from your district or region, such as the Rotary public image coordinator or End Polio Now coordinator, to write and submit the letter. This will help prevent any outlets from receiving too many similar letters from Rotary members.
- Personalize the letter. Include actions that you or your club or district have taken, or will take, to support polio eradication.