Donate

There are two ways to donate:

1 – Online via paypal (not tax deductible) – Voices for Choice / Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice – DONATE  via paypal NOW – or via check to: VCVC, PO Box 74, Waitsfield, VT 05673

We are a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(4) organization. Contributions, donations, gifts, and dues are not tax deductible. They support our effective, citizen-based advocacy and lobbying efforts. Non-tax deductible checks can be sent to Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice, PO Box 74, Waitsfield, Vermont 05673.

2 – Tax deductible option via check to: American Citizens for Health Choice

Tax deductible checks may be sent – clearly marked “VERMONT” – to:

American Citizens for Health Choice (note/memo: Vermont)

6031 Culligan Way

Minnetonka, MN 55345

Acting as our fiscal agent, American Citizens for Health Choice has agreed to administer tax-deductible contributions towards our education and advocacy work. Federal Tax ID: 45-4477022. Contact information: Jennifer Larsen, tel. 844-867- 8700, email.

 

Thank you!

In the last year, we have:

  • Offered statewide VAXXED screenings; allowing nearly a thousand Vermonters to view VAXXED in theaters;
  • Introduced a bill to Require Vaccine Reaction Reporting, with tri-partisan support (read more);
  • Held a lobby day at the statehouse (link);
  • Co-sponsored the first annual “Hope and Healing” Conference in Stowe;
  • Kept the lines of communication open with regular newsletters and a strong social media presence.

Donations received will be put towards upcoming events mean to grow awareness and educated the public and lawmakers, both inside and outside the statehouse.

Vaccines are pharmaceutical products, legally recognized as “unavoidably unsafe” by the US Supreme Court. As with any medical procedure, there should be prior, free and informed consent including benefits, risks and alternatives to the procedure. Help us preserve the human right to choose and stop mandatory vaccine policies that block educational opportunities for those not in full compliance from state-imposed “schedules.”

Where there is risk, there must be choice.