Get one. Give one. - Anglican Missions

Get one. Give one.

Sponsor someone in a poor and vulnerable country to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

Pass our gratitude on.

When you get your Covid-19 vaccine, you can give $10 so that one of the world’s most vulnerable can get theirs. For many people in low-income countries, COVID-19 vaccines are scarce or unobtainable. Profound global inequity means some countries have plenty of supplies, while others struggle to get enough.

Covid-19 won’t be over until it’s over for everyone.

Those of us who do have access to vaccines can sponsor someone else’s. We can help bring COVID-19 to an end, one vaccine at a time.

You can also sponsor multiple people, and you can give now even if you haven’t yet got your vaccine yet.

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Why is Anglican Missions supporting COVID-19 vaccination?

COVID-19 vaccinations reduce the chance of people contracting strains of the COVID-19 virus. Vaccinations will help alleviate the stress of already resource-stripped medical clinics and hospitals.

What is the Get one Give one campaign doing to alleviate vaccine inequality?

Get One Give One encourages each person who is able to receive a vaccine to contribute to the cost of providing an equivalent vaccine for a person in a developing country.

The funds gathered for the campaign will go towards the COVAX alliance, an alliance which includes UNICEF and GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation). GAVI negotiates vaccine prices with a range of organisations and political institutions to create affordable prices to break the vaccine inequality barrier.

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How can I donate?

Your donation and support will make a world of difference. Donations are received through our Givealittle page in the button below.


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Frequently asked questions about the Get one. Give one campaign

We’ve raised a total of more than $149,000 for Get one. Give one vaccines so far (01 March 2022). We hope to raise $150,000, which will provide vaccinations for 15,000 people in poor and vulnerable countries.
Aotearoa New Zealand’s Government has secured free COVID-19 vaccines for everyone in this country over the age of twelve. In many developing countries, vaccines are not available or accessible. Through Get one Give one, Aotearoa New Zealanders can contribute to a broad global initiative that aims to fund support for vaccine equality and access in developing countries. As we each receive our vaccine, we can each sponsor or give a donation or any amount to provide an equivalent vaccine for someone in a low-income country.
The unit cost of delivering one vaccine comes to between $5NZD and $10NZD. $10 includes the total cost of local distribution, storage, vaccination center staffing, etc. Find out more here:
No, you do not have to get one to give one. If you don’t get/don’t want to get a vaccine for yourself you can still take part in our campaign.  
Yes, an automatically generated confirmation is made to the person making the donation. Donations are tax-deductible.
You can fund as many doses as you like. There is no minimum or maximum amount you can donate.
Yes, if you live outside of New Zealand, you can still donate. accepts all currencies and does not charge a conversion fee.
Funds raised go to the COVAX alliance, the official global channel for the delivery of vaccines to poor and vulnerable countries. The alliance includes UNICEF, the World Health Organisation and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI). The COVAX alliance works with private donors, governments, NGOs, community organizations and with vaccine developers and manufacturers, to strengthen health care where it is needed most. The New Zealand Government has a strong commitment to GAVI, which has a strong track record and good standards of reporting and accountability. UNICEF will facilitate a global supply of up to two billion vaccine doses to poor and vulnerable countries around the world.
Let your friends and family know about Get one. Give one. Spread the word about the campaign on social media. You can share our YouTube channel videos of support by Mission Partners in Uganda and Papua New Guinea. Organise a fundraising event with your church, youth group, school, work, or local community. Check out these resources to help you:
Unequal access to vaccines is a result of the disproportionate share of early available doses. Predominately wealthy nations bought a large sum of the available vaccines by the end of 2020, despite equitable distribution objectives. This has pushed aside the developing world and their needs under the stress of the pandemic.


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