Check out original videos featuring the important work our partners are doing across the country to promote a healthier future for all communities.
Kim's BakeryMore Details >
This video features Kimberly Hall, seven-time Food Network baking contender and owner of Signature Sweets Bakery in Shorewood, Wisconsin, talking about the COVID-19 pandemic and why she chose to get vaccinated. (Video produced by our social media partners Culture One World)
Gee's ClippersMore Details >
This video features Gaulien “Gee” Smith, owner of the iconic Milwaukee barbershop Gee’s Clippers talking about the COVID-19 pandemic and why he chose to get vaccinated. (Video produced by our social media partners Culture One World)
A Celebration of Community Health Workers (CHWs)More Details >
El Sol Neighborhood Center in San Bernadino, CA created this inspiring video "We are born, Not Made" – an anthem composed to celebrate the unwavering spirit of Community Health Workers (CHWs) worldwide. The community health worker (CHW) and promotor model used by El Sol is a peer-to-peer empowerment approach in education, prevention, and early intervention for social and health services. The model is based on the recognition that the people best equipped to reach underserved communities are the...
How to Use the Vaccine Resource Hub: Video TutorialMore Details >
Did you know that you can access over 1,200 accurate, free and downloadable resources about vaccines in 50+ languages right here on the Vaccine Resource Hub (VRH)? This video tutorial will walk you through simple steps that will help you get the most out of the VRH.Watch and learn about all the various functions and features so that you can explore all that the VRH has to offer.
Partnering for Health at a Thai New Year FestivalMore Details >
The Chinese American Chamber of Commerce (CACC) in Minnesota partnered with the Wat Thai Temple during the SONGKRAN Festival (Thai New Year) to offer free educational materials and COVID-19 vaccinations to over 30,000 attendees. By working with trusted faith leaders, CACC was able to reach more people and increase vaccine confidence within the local Thai community.
Showing up for Atlanta’s Latin American CommunityMore Details >
Ser Familia, in Atlanta, GA, provides family, social and mental health services to Latino communities in the Atlanta metropolitan area. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ser Familia began hosting regular vaccination events where people could have their questions answered in English and Spanish. Latino community members with ties to over a dozen countries attended, trusting that Ser Familia would take care of them.
More Than a Trip to the Grocery StoreMore Details >
The predominantly Black community of West Philadelphia experienced high rates of COVID-19 and low rates of vaccine acceptance. That’s where ACHIEVEability stepped in, making vaccination as easy as a trip to the grocery store. Learn more about how they were able to reach their community.
Community Support Across Many CulturesMore Details >
The Center works to resettle and support refugees in upstate New York. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center offered vaccine clinics to immigrant and refugee families, as well as to the wider community. People also came to share their concerns and have their questions answered by people who understood their culture and spoke their languages.
Let’s Vaccinate. Let’s Celebrate, and Let’s LiveMore Details >
In Baton Rouge, LA, Metro Health partnered with local church pastors on an ad campaign to overcome mistrust and misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch here to learn how this partnership increased vaccine confidence and inspired more people to get vaccinated.