The Berrien Community Foundation has been given a grant in order to assist it in its efforts to minimize vaccination hesitancy in the surrounding community.
The BCF's president, Lisa Cripps-Downey, told WSJM News that local groups may contact the organization to request help with community education.
Cripps-Downey said that if the Berrien Community Foundation can assist in resolving problems concerning the COVID or other vaccinations, it will do so without hesitation.
Any organizations interested in assisting in the battle against vaccine hesitancy can contact the Berrien Community Foundation for information on how they may do so.
The award is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) via Michigan State University.
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