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Children’s Health Defense California has established a reputation of fighting for medical freedom and defending children.  Understanding the unprecedented time we live in, Children’s Health Defense California has created vital resources for Californians.  This resource list serves to help Californians fight mandates, refuse experimental products, and access essential resources from other credible like-minded groups. 

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Mandate Exemption Requests


Customize this template to reflect your sincerely held beliefs, then submit this to your school to request an exemption from a mandated vaccine or other health protocol.

Customize this template to reflect your sincerely held beliefs, then submit this to your employer to request an exemption from a mandated vaccine or other health protocol.

U.S. colleges/universities and some employers are starting to require COVID-19 vaccination for enrollment/employment. While medical exemptions must be supported by a letter from a medical professional, religious exemptions do not require the support or endorsement of an official clergy or recognized religious leader.

Get information on how to claim a religious exemption from a vaccine, test, or mask mandate from Peggy Hall at The Healthy American.

School Mandates


Use this letter to object to the coercive policies at your college or university, including requirements for vaccination, testing, and masking. This letter also formally serves notice to the college or university that side effect from these interventions are real and they could be liable for damages.

As a student/staff/faculty at an institution, use this form to request detailed information including the university policies and data relied upon to create them, in regards to a requirement that students/staff/faculty get a COVID-19 emergency use authorization (EUA) experimental vaccine.

PERK has created this letter, with accompanying instructions, to help you educate your school board and school superintendent about their ability to NOT enforce a mask mandate. Last updated July 2021

This letter was written to Princeton University, but serves as a good example of how to educate your college or university about Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) and the legal limitations surrounding them, including the prohibition against mandating drugs or vaccines distributed under an EUA.

Download this letter and use the parts that support your request for your school to rethink mandating a COVID-19 vaccine. Full of legal and scientific references and citations, this letter has something for everyone.

COVID-19 vaccine “clinics” have been set up at many schools, circumventing informed consent and troubling parents. This letter can be used as a template for informing your school of the legal requirements around EUA vaccines, including informed consent.

Use this template as an opposition letter for mandates

Employer Mandates


Use this letter to object to the coercive policies at your job, including requirements for vaccination, testing, and masking. This letter also formally serves notice to your employer that side effects from these interventions are real and they could be liable for damages.

As an employee, use this form to request detailed information including your employer’s policies and data relied upon to create them, in regards to a requirement that employees get a COVID-19 emergency use authorization (EUA) experimental vaccine.

Learn more about your right to refuse the experimental COVID-19 vaccines in this set of documents from PERK.

Medical Freedom Advocacy


Prepare to discuss vaccination clinics, health passes, and the EUA status of the vaccine with your Superintendent. Start with this outline template.

Gear up for local meetings regarding vaccine verification systems with this meeting outline template.