Community Guidelines

Shot@Life educates, connects and empowers Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save the lives of children in developing countries. With that in mind, these community guidelines serve as a reference point for appropriate use and member behavior.

Do personalize your profile with pictures and information about yourself.
Don’t post content that is inappropriate for the Shot@Life network.
Champions are Shot@Life's most active supporters and part of a social network. That means we like seeing your status updates and pictures of your family, friends, pets, vacation spots, etc… because that helps us get to know you!  However, please avoid content that people might find offensive. Shot@Life reserves all rights to delete any inappropriate content posted in the community.

Do make your voice heard.
Don’t be inappropriate.

Our community is about all about communications.  Jump in and participate by adding content such as forum posts, blogs, activities, videos, or even simply commenting on existing content.  Keep lines of communication open and respectful.  Please remember that sarcasm and jokes sometimes don’t translate well digitally. There is zero tolerance for inappropriate content or bullying. We reserve the right to remove from the community anyone who posts inappropriate content.

Do use the community to collaborate with other Champions.
Shot@Life's network is global - and the community provides an amazing opportunity to connect with other Champions from around the world (or maybe from right in your own neighborhood). Message or "friend" anyone in the community. Please be respectful of other pages and only join groups in which you are officially a member.  

Do use other social media platforms like Facebook or Tumblr. 
Don’t forget to post that content in the community, too.
 
In an ideal world, all of your Shot@Life activities should be posted and reflected in the community. The community is the best way for Shot@Life staff to stay up-to-date on your activities. We know that you might have other online platforms for your activities, like Facebook, Tumblr or Blog Spot.  If you use platforms apart from the community, please make an effort to post that content in our community as well. Not only does it help out Shot@Life, but it can inspire other Champions and promote collaboration! 

If you have any questions about the community or your profile page, email info@shotatlife.org