Honor Community Health Receives Grant from the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation to support community based vaccine clinics.

Honor Community Health receives $50,000 from the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation

Pontiac, Mich. – Honor Community Health has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation to support COVID-19 vaccine distribution and education efforts throughout the city of Pontiac and greater Oakland County. Honor Community Health, a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) has administered over 7,000 vaccines within the community to date. 

The grant awarded to Honor Community Health will help to expand the reach within the community and assist in covering costs associated with hosting patient centered community vaccine clinics. With this generous support, Honor Community Health is able to provide vaccinations to underserved populations, particularly those in the Black and Brown community, individuals experiencing homelessness, and other vulnerable populations. 

“We are truly grateful to the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation for their support of our organization and COVID-19 vaccination efforts,” said Deb Brinson, Chief Executive Officer at Honor Community Health. “This grant will greatly assist our efforts to ensure everyone within the Pontiac and greater Oakland County community have access to the COVID-19 vaccine.”  

If you or someone you know is interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine through Honor Community Health, please visit our website at www.honorcommuntiyhealth.org to complete the interest form. Appointments are available for anyone 18 years of age or older.