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Scientists Launch Vaccine Research Foundation
Date:6/8/2011

1, 2011, after complying with all applicable provisions of the District of Columbia's NonProfit Corporation Act. The Foundation is currently organizing its leadership to prepare for its formal launch and public debut this fall. During the summer months, the Foundation will also be filing for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. Further details of the Foundation's leadership and its inaugural event will be announced shortly.

The Foundation's Logo

Vaccines are "miracles" that have saved millions of human lives and will continue to save millions more in the future. For this reason, the Foundation's logo features a large "V" center stage to symbolize the miracles worked by vaccines. The logotype was designed by award-winning typographer and designer Paul Soady in Los Angeles. "Sometimes when designing a logotype magic happens, usually it happens only ONCE in the design process," said Paul Soady. "In the case of 'The FOUNDATION for VACCINE RESEARCH' logotype, the magic happened 5 times! The "V" happens to be the key letter in the key word, "Vaccines." The "V" sits right in the middle of the line. "V" is considered the strongest letter in the Roman alphabet. "V" stands for Victory, thanks to Winston Churchill. "V" is the newest letter in the alphabet, the Romans used U instead." Our thanks to Paul Soady and to fellow Australian designer Chris Davies at Shout Studio in L.A. Paul's logotype design can be viewed on the Foundation's website at: www.vaccinefoundation.org

About the It's Time Campaign

The It's Time Campaign is an advocacy and campaign organization in Washington, DC, that started as an all-volunteer group of vaccine advocates on Capitol Hill. After hosting and organizing a special Joint Congressional briefing on Capitol Hill on the 30th anniversary of the eradication of smallpox on May 17, 2010, the first briefing of its kind bringin
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