Kenneth Cerini

Sign On to Ensure Human Services Providers are Considered in Vaccine Distribution

As our government works to determine the details of how the COVID vaccine will be distributed throughout the City and State, HSC has put together an organizational sign on letter to Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo, asking them to prioritize the human services workforce in receiving the vaccine and develop an equitable and transparent system in which essential workers understand where they land in the distribution of the vaccine to avoid confusion and build support for the vaccination process.

Sign your organization on by COB Friday, January 8!

It is vital that the human services workforce is protected, sustained, and empowered as the collective services provided by these nonprofits make the difference between success and failure for countless individuals and families, especially with the economic impacts of the pandemic. We hope you will join us in this fight by signing your organization onto the letter!

Link to sign on: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSds0OnAXdvFPlPTEXdpma9y2CJHB3qTxMM0S13z_KLT-1XTgQ/viewform

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