Participate Vax up Philly Families, got $50 /wk stipend

Vax Up Philly Families 计划正在寻找已经为自己孩子接种疫苗并愿意与其他家长劝导和讨论疫苗接种问题的父母或主要照顾者。有补贴$50 一周。您需要看懂英语。请看下面信息。

The Vax Up Philly Families initiative is looking for parents, or primary caregivers, who have gotten their children vaccinated and are willing to talk to other parents about vaccination, $50 /wk stipend. Please see the email below.

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Philly Counts is partnering with Penn Medicine, Philly CEAL, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and Go Vax to help increase child vaccination rates. The Vax Up Philly Families initiative is looking for parents, or primary caregivers, who have gotten their children vaccinated and are willing to talk to other parents about vaccination.  

For participating in this program, there is a stipend of $50 a week for 10 weeks. The expectations are that you can engage with the program 2-3 hours per week, either in virtual large group conversations or interactions on social media and one-on-one in your community.  

Deadline to apply is 3/11, and we will be notifying everyone by March 18th if they were selected to participate. You can contact if you have questions or concerns about the program.  

In this program, we will learn together about facts and stats of why vaccines are so important. The group will address and discuss the myths and misinformation that has been widely circulating and has caused many parents to be concerned about getting their children vaccinated.


Vaccine Information Champion Training

Join us on March 9 for our next Vaccine Information Champion Training!  This 90-minute, in-depth training to become a Vaccine Champion, a trusted messenger equipped with the knowledge and tools to accurately and effectively answer questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine. Training begins at 5:30 pm. Check out our website for additional dates! If you would like Philly Counts to facilitate a Vaccine Information Champion training for your organization please fill out this form.


At Philly Counts, we want to help make those conversations as easy and informative as possible. To support you as you talk to friends and family, we have created some tools with information about the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • What to do if you can't find a COVID-19 test

  • Schedule a Vaccination Appointment Here!

  • Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 (four) free at-home tests. The tests are rapid antigen at-home test not PCR.  For more information or to order your free COVID-19 at home test at

  • Text 438829 and enter your zip code to receive a text message with the closest COVID-19 vaccine locations in your neighborhood. 

  • Get COVID-19 updates sent to your phone. Text COVIDPHL to 888-777 to receive free text alerts with info and updates from @PHLPublicHealth.

  • Residents with questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus can use the 24/7 helpline to talk to a medical professional. Call 215-685-6488


Pennsylvania's new Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) may provide up to $5,000 for Philadelphia Water Department customers towards past-due water bills. Applications are available at County Assistance Offices. In addition to lower monthly bills and avoiding shutoff, customers enrolled in the Tiered Assistance Program (TAP) can now take advantage of Debt Forgiveness.

The Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement just recently launched the Black Male Resource Finder, which will enable Philadelphia residents to access City and community resources more effectively through a digital platform. Please share the user-friendly platform with your family, friends, networks, and community.

Residents who are 60 years or older and meet the income requirements for the Senior Food Box Program are eligible to receive a free monthly delivery of food to their doorstep from the Share Food Program. Fill out this form and mail it back, or sign up online. Seniors can also call 215-223-2220 for more info on signing up.


Need to learn about emergency rental assistance available to tenants and landlords? The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) "Rental Assistance Finder" tool available to the community at


In Solidarity,

Stephanie Reid
Philly Counts Executive Director

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