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Randolph COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Initiative

Learn about the vaccine equity resources available to Randolph.

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To date, a total of 21 organizations serving Randolph have received $1,397,003 through the Vaccine Equity Initiative.

These 21 organizations are part of the 152 community organizations that have been awarded over $32 million through the Vaccine Equity Initiative. Many of these organizations work across multiple communities, and some of them are funded through multiple components of the initiative.

Between March 3, 2021 and July 30, 2021, Randolph was allocated a total of 5,400 equity vaccine doses.

DPH Community Liaison program

A designated DPH Community Liaison is working with each of the 20 communities to help address the specific needs of each community.

Randolph liaison: Andy Robinson, 

Community-specific vaccination data

Community-specific data includes an interactive dashboard of vaccine administration results in each Vaccine Equity Initiative (VEI) community, updated weekly, and data from the DPH COVID Community Impact Survey to help target approaches.

Support for municipalities and local boards of health

Support for municipalities and Local Boards of Health includes direct funding of municipalities and Local Boards of Health for coordination and support for vaccine clinics and promoting vaccine acceptance.

Randolph: $142,514 (Awarded 3/30/21)

Additional COVID-19 local boards of health funding supports includes direct funding to meet immediate personnel and equipment needs to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Distributed through state funds received through the federal CARES Act, the Public Health Trust Fund, and through direct appropriation beginning in March 2020.

Additional funding to Randolph: $93,678 (Awarded beginning March 2020)

Tailored community and faith-based outreach and education

Tailored community and faith-based outreach and education includes supports to raise awareness of strategies to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and increase vaccination confidence and access for priority populations. Funding amounts to community and faith-based organizations reflect both initial and expanded awards for December 2020 through December 2021:


Communities Served 

Initial + Expanded Award 

December 2020-December 2021 

New Grantees 

May-December 2021 


New Grantees June-December 2021 

Synergy Partnership 

Brockton, Randolph 





Brockton Area Multi-Service, Inc. 

Brockton, Framingham, Randolph, Worcester 





New Life Community Empowerment Center 

Brockton, New Bedford, Randolph 



Autism Sprinter  Boston – Roxbury, Randolph      $61,829 
Disability Policy Consortium & Boston Center for Independent Living  Boston – Chinatown, Dorchester, East Boston, Hyde Park, Mattapan, Mission Park, Roxbury, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Randolph      $49,500 
JAHAN Women and Youth International  Boston – Dorchester, East Boston, Hyde Park, Mattapan, Mission Hill, Roxbury, Brockton, Chelsea, Everett, Fall River, Framingham, Haverhill, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Methuen, Randolph, Revere, Springfield, Worcester      $61,829 
Justice for Housing  Boston – Chinatown, Dorchester, East Boston, Hyde Park, Mattapan, Mission Hill, Roxbury, Brockton, Chelsea, Everett, Framingham, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Randolph, Revere      $61,829 
Massachusetts Council of Churches  Brockton, Fall River, Haverhill, New Bedford, Randolph, Springfield      $49,724.80 
Randolph Community Partnership  Randolph     $22,763 

Focused grassroots outreach

Focused grassroots outreach in Randolph, led by HCFA, includes a local team of trained community residents to help increase trust in the vaccine, awareness of how, when and where to get a vaccine, and improve vaccine access by gathering information from community members through one-to-one conversations and providing referrals to services.

Activity Type Completed Week Ending September 26th Cumulative Since Activities Began
Number of Doors Knocked 410 30,002
Number of Phone Calls Made 99 178
Number of One-On-One Conversations 106 14,302
% of conversations with unvaccinated 22.6% 39.5%
Number of Visibility & Outreach Events 9 179
Number of Materials Disseminated 480 4,894

The HCFA team from Randolph consists of 4 staff or contracted individuals and approximately 6 people from the partner Community Based Organizations (CBOs) listed below. HCFA-funded CBOs are conducting visibility events and supporting vaccine clinics.

  • Motivation Church: $12,000
  • Quincy Asian Resources: $12,000
  • True Alliance Center: $10,000

Total CBO funding: $34,000

In addition, Randolph is served by the following CBOs working across several communities:

  • Boston Center for Independent Living: $12,000
  • Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired: $12,000
  • The Learning Center for the Deaf: $12,000

Vaccine access and administration in community settings

This funding is intended to increase community-based access to and receipt of COVID-19 vaccination for priority communities and populations who are experiencing disproportionate impacts of COVID-19.

Vaccine Access and Navigation Services funds organizations for services such as assistance with appointment registration, transportation to vaccination clinics, mobility assistance, medical interpretation, and other supports.

Customized Vaccine Administration funds qualified community organizations to directly administer vaccination to groups not effectively reached by other mechanisms. These organizations can be deployed to smaller venues, with populations that may require more intensive one-on-one support to get vaccinated.

The following organizations are receiving funding for 12 months to begin offering services by mid-May 2021.



Vaccine Access and Navigation Services 

Customized Vaccine Administration 

Communities of Focus  

(People from other communities may also be served) 

Health Innovations 



Boston, Chelsea, Everett, Revere, Randolph, Lowell, Lynn 

Communications materials

Communications materials are available to support communities with vaccine information; translated materials available in 10 languages.


The COVID-19 Community Impact Survey

The COVID-19 Community Impact Survey is a survey of 33,000 more than 35,000 people regarding the social and economic consequences of COVID-19 on MA communities. View the findings

COVID-19 vaccination and testing sites

COVID-19 Vaccination: Visit to search for appointments at pharmacies, health care providers, and other community locations

COVID-19 Testing: Free testing is available in all 20 communities, including via the Stop the Spread program. Sites can be located using the state’s website: