Welcome to the Amvaxador program

Become an AmVAXador

AmVAXador logoKeep Montgomery County healthy and safe and help us build a network of volunteer AmVAXadors. What is an AmVAXador? An AmVAXador is someone who educates Montgomery County communities about the COVID-19 vaccines.

What will an AmVAXador do?

An AmVAXador helps distribute accurate and timely COVID-19 vaccine information by sharing social content, informational flyers, videos, and updates with your friends, family, neighbors, peer, and social networks. 

Who are we looking for?

Individuals who are passionate about people in their community getting the COVID-19 vaccine and willing to share COVID-19 vaccine information from credible sources.

What is the time commitment?

We need people who can volunteer a few minutes each week to help keep Montgomery County healthy and safe. 

How do you become an AmVAXador?

Complete the online survey to become AmVAXador today! Click here to email if you have any questions.  


AmVAXador LibraryAs AmVAXadors, we help bring accurate and timely information to the people around us. The Library below has resources to share with your family, friends, peers, and communities near you.

  1. Featured Resources
  2. Social Media Toolkit
  3. Community Resources
  4. Training
  5. Videos
  6. Vaccine Clinic

[English] COVID-19 Vaccine Facts for your child

COVID-19 Vaccine Facts for Your Child

Facts based on DeBeaumont Foundation’s research on the best messages for parents.

Flyer: Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese

Share on social media, emails, newsletters, etc. 



[English] Get the Facts about COVID-19 vaccines graphicGet the Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

Facts to help you answer the most common myths on the COVID-19 vaccines.

Flyer: Arabic, Bengali, English, French, Guajarati, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese

Share to help dispel myths as part of your outreach efforts.




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COVID-19 FAST FACTS

Facts based on Ad Council’s and DeBeaumont Foundation’s research on the best messages for vaccine-hesitant communities.

Flyer: English, Korean, Spanish

Share on social media, emails, newsletters, etc.