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The City of Sacramento is working with a diverse group of 15 Sacramento community-based organizations (CBOs) to increase vaccination rates in the neighborhoods that have been hit hardest by COVID-19.

The “Sacramento Get Vaccinated” outreach campaign, funded through the federal American Rescue Plan, funds community-based organizations to hold ongoing and pop-up vaccine clinics, support door-to-door efforts to talk about vaccines with the community, and provide incentives for vaccination.


Dr. Colette Charles Community Liaison, Center of Praise Ministries

Center of Praise Ministries hosts pop-up vaccine clinics regularly, where warm meals are also provided to those in attendance.

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Charles Ware CEO & Founder, Oak Park Homeless Project

The Oak Park Homeless Project organizes pop up vaccine clinics and conducts regular walks/door-to-door efforts in key areas within the community to help answer questions about the vaccine.

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Lupita Avalos Vaccine Ambassador, Stanford Settlement

The Stanford Settlement conducts canvassing and outreach events, supports local vaccine clinics and employs three part-time vaccine ambassador to help reach hesitant residents and answer vaccine questions.

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