NIHB Act of Love Campaign: Keeping Tribal Communities Safe

The Act of Love Campaign originally started out as a way to depoliticize wearing a face mask/covering at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has now transitioned into a way to encourage Tribal members to roll up their sleeves and get their COVID-19 vaccine to show their Act of Love to their community. Learn more about NIHB’s COVID-19 work by visiting, and use the form below to order your free Act of Love kits!


The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is pleased to release a video message from (then) Acting Chairman William Smith about protecting yourself and others during the pandemic.

Contact Us

To learn more about NIHB’s Act of Love campaign, contact Darby Galligher at [email protected].

For media inquiries, contact Janee Andrews at [email protected].

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