Summer Camp Toolkit
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This toolkit has resources for camp administrators who want to help increase confidence in and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines among staff and campers. It includes information from CDC and new, culturally tailored materials from the HHS COVID-19 public education campaign and its team of multicultural experts.
Answers to frequently asked questions, talking points, tips, and other science-based information to use in your conversations and share in-person and through your direct mailings, newsletters, emails, and social media accounts.
Checklist for Staying Safe From COVID-19 at Summer Camp
COVID-19 safety checklist for camp administrators to give to families to use as they prepare to send their child to summer camp.
Summer Camp Blog Post About COVID-19 Vaccines
Example blog post for camp administrators to post on their website about how campers can protect themselves from COVID-19.
Frequently Asked Questions From Camp Parents/Guardians About COVID and the Vaccines
Answers to the top questions frequently asked by parents/guardians of campers about COVID-19 and the vaccines.
Letter to Parents/Guardians About COVID-19 Vaccines Template
Letter template with placeholder language for camp administrators to inform parents/guardians about COVID-19 and vaccines.
Voluntary Summer Camp Vaccination Model Policy
A template for camp administrators to develop a voluntary vaccination policy for your staff and campers.
Text Messages to Encourage Vaccination
Text messages for camp administrators to use as-is or as inspiration for your own messages to encourage parents/guardians to get their children vaccinated.
Text, images, and animations to share on your social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Social Media Posts for Camp Administrators
Social media posts targeted at parents/guardians about the importance of keeping campers safe by getting them vaccinated.