Our Covid-19 Partnerships
Vaccine Equity Partnership
It is well documented that certain populations are disproportionately impacted by Covid-19 due to social and economic factors, including systemic inequities. To address these inequities, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) recommends equity as a cross-cutting factor within vaccine phase rollouts. Our work is based on the DOH guidelines.
This tailored effort is meant to provide meaningful access to harder to reach communities, and is an adjunct effort alongside Snohomish County run mass vaccination sites To see a list of all Snohomish County published locations visit COVID-19 Vaccine Resources Page.
Many of our community resources are running short on crucial supplies to support the health and well-being of those they serve. LiveWellLocal Gives is a Covid-19 resource-sharing hub created to connect those who have resources with those who have needs due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
If you are an organization in need, post your need(s) on LiveWellLocal Gives where local individuals and organizations can respond.
If you are an individual, you can browse important volunteer and giving opportunities and help support your community’s response to Covid-19.
Snohomish County Mask Brigade
Across Snohomish County, organizations struggle to get the protective equipment they need for themselves or those they serve. With a greater understanding of asymptomatic transmission, and prevention measures that need to be in place for re-opening, the demand for masks is growing. The Mask Brigade aims to provide masks for organizations who need them in Snohomish County.
Please check your supplies and if you have unused masks or are able to make masks, the Mask Brigade will arrange for a volunteer to collect them from outside your door and get them to local organizations in need. Donations will be picked up each week on Fridays (excluding holidays).