Together let’s provide 100,000 vaccines

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Many of us are beginning to get our Covid-19 vaccinations. We’re proud to see our colleagues ‘twinning’ their own vaccinations and fundraising for our #100000vaccines campaign. Schroders is matching any donations made to support UNICEF’s Covid-19 Vaccines Appeal up to our target of 100,000 vaccines. The appeal is supporting with the delivery of 2 billion vaccines, 5.6 million tests and 5.5 million treatments to frontline workers and vulnerable people around the world by the end of 2021.

Twin your vaccine and donate here.

What impact will your donation have?

A £10 (USD $13) donation is £20 to UNICEF and provides 16 doses of Covid-19 vaccines to health workers, teachers or vulnerable people

A £20 (USD $27) donation is £40 to UNICEF and provides 32 doses

A £50 (USD $67) donation is £100 to UNICEF and provides 80 doses

A £100 (USD $138) donation is £200 to UNICEF and provides 160 doses

Or, donate what you can, every donation matters.

Where will the vaccines go and who will benefit?

UNICEF are supporting the delivery of vaccinations in 92 low- to middle-income countries chosen by the World Health Organisation. The initial two billion doses are intended to protect frontline health care and social workers, as well as high risk and vulnerable people.

Why UNICEF?

UNICEF is the only global organisation equipped to deliver an operation of this size. They are the world’s largest vaccine buyer, have more than 70 years’ experience and are on the ground in more than 190 countries. They travel to some of the most remote places on earth to deliver nearly 2 billion doses of life-saving vaccines every year.

Find out more about their campaign.

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