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I’m trying to wrap my head around the fact there is only one month left of summer vacation. We’re making our back to school lists – school supplies, new clothes and required vaccines. Then there are bus schedules, breaking the summer routines and so many other things.
Luckily for me, I can just make one trip for immunizations and back to school items. Let me be the first to tell you how happy it makes me to make ONE LESS STOP when I’m trying to wrangle three kids during this get ready for back to school business. I love Walgreens for the convenience of the pharmacy, but it’s so much more than that.
When I was at Walgreens today, I picked up some pencil boxes filed them basic first aid supplies for the teachers. In the past, I’ve picked up extra school supplies and snacks, but this year I wanted to add something extra. Whether it’s an extra box of snacks, pencils or bandaids I know it makes a difference.
Get this: while I was at Walgreens I learned that every time you get an immunization for kids you are helping them Give a Shot to a child in need. How awesome is that? When your child gets their school immunizations, like whooping cough or meningitis at Walgreens, they will help provide a life saving vaccine to a child in a developing country through the United Nation Foundation’s Shot@Life Campaign. So basically, by doing something you already need to do to get ready for school, you are helping someone else. Simple.
More about the Give a Shot, Get a Shot Program
- Walgreens makes it quick and easy – no appointment needed
- Most Insurance Accepted
- Walgreens pharmacists will report back to your primary care physician
Wondering which immunizations your child may need before they go back to school this fall? Here’s some more helpful information from Walgreens.
It’s simple. Head to Walgreens for your children’s back to school immunizations. They get a shot, and shot goes to a child in need. Pick up some extra supplies for their teachers: first aid kits, crayons, markers and whatnot. Make a difference.