Small things, big impact!

A campaign to show support for the vaccine, encourage others to get vaccinated, and support a great cause.

Even small things can have a big impact when many people take action

How would you like to help minimize the chances of our team of 5 million returning to lockdown? The simple act of wearing a COVID-19 vaccination pin will raise awareness and boost confidence in the vaccines. It’s a small action that you can take to show your support for COVID-19 vaccination, and have a big impact on helping protect what we love, and keeping your friends and whanau safe.

Make a statement without saying a word

Our range of fun and yet understated lapel pins empowers you to make a statement about your vaccination status without saying a word. They’re clean and simple, yet they’re clear in their message. We’re kiwis, so we believe in being kind, but we’re often uncomfortable speaking out even when we need to be vocal about what we believe in. 

Spread awareness

Wearing a COVID-19 pin is a great way to show your support for the mission of the team of 5 million, protect what you love, and keep your friends and whanau safe. Create awareness in your community and help boost public confidence in the vaccines. It’s a simple way to show your support for COVID-19 vaccination & to encourage others to get vaccinated.

Support a good cause

In addition to encouraging uptake of the vaccinations, wearing one of these pins will support another great cause. 10% of all sales proceeds will be donated to I AM HOPE who aims to promote positive attitudinal societal change around mental health throughout New Zealand, and fund private care and counselling for young people stuck-in-the-mud on waiting lists.

Get yours today

With 4 great options on offer for a limited time, there’s something to suit everybody but you’ll need to get in quick.

10% of sales proceeds will be donated to I AM HOPE

I AM HOPE aims to promote positive attitudinal societal change around mental health throughout New Zealand, and fund private care and counselling for young people stuck-in-the-mud on waiting lists.