Volunteer for Vaccine Equity
JOIN US IN THE TRENCHES: VOLUNTEER TO SUPPORT VACCINE EQUITY
We’re excited to announce that we reduced the number of people held in Bristol County’s immigration detention facility from 148 to 7. This will help keep people safe during COVID-19. On the heels of this accomplishment, we just secured a major victory for voting rights in Worcester, where the school committee will now be more democratically elected.
More racial justice work remains. That’s why we’re fighting for small businesses fueling our Commonwealth; fighting to preserve diversity in schools; and fighting to protect a Black bus rider discriminated in Lowell.
Our latest work also focuses on vaccine equity and justice.
Together with the City of Boston, the Whittier Street Health Center, and our courageous community-based partners, we’re pushing for greater vaccine access.
To help us bring this life-saving work to scale, we’re asking for volunteers.
We’re inviting volunteers — especially people who speak Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, and other languages — to join us in the trenches alongside people of color and immigrants.
Volunteers will help register people for appointment and support community-based vaccination sites in many other meaningful ways. More information is available here.
Let’s join forces to help make vaccine equity a reality!