Families Fighting Flu
- What is Families Fighting Flu?
- Who are the advocates of Families Fighting Flu?
- What is the mission of Families Fighting Flu?
- Is Families Fighting Flu a nonprofit organization?
- Who determines the policies and activities of Families Fighting Flu?
- What resources does Families Fighting Flu offer?
FFF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, volunteer-based nonprofit established in 2004 in memory of children who died due to the influenza virus. Our organization is dedicated to educating people about the severity of the flu and protecting the lives of children.
Our organization includes families whose children have suffered serious medical complications or died from influenza, as well as other advocates and health care practitioners committed to flu prevention. In honor of our children, we work to increase awareness about the seriousness of the disease and to reduce the number of childhood hospitalizations and deaths caused by the flu each year by increasing vaccination rates.
Our mission is to protect all children and their families against the flu and save lives.
Yes. FFF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. We rely on organizations and people like you to support our mission and share our goals.
Our policies and activities are determined by the families and medical experts that make up our Board of Directors.
- How can I get involved with Families Fighting Flu?
- Where can I learn more about Families Fighting Flu?
There are several ways that you can help FFF achieve our goals. By making a donation to FFF, you may help save another child from being hospitalized or dying from this vaccine-preventable disease. Your donation will help educate millions of people about the seriousness of the flu and the importance of getting vaccinated annually. For more information on making a donation, click here.
Additionally, getting involved in our organization is an easy way to stay informed about the flu. To learn more, click here.
To learn more about our organization and the work we do to promote awareness about the flu and influenza vaccines, explore our website. You can also follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our Twitter feed.
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