Early in the COVID-19 Pandemic, the City of Albany, a small urban area in southwest Georgia was hit extremely hard. In March and April of 2020, the City was ranked 4th in the world per capita in positive cases. After having national and state attention, additional supplies and resources were made available to the City. As the vaccine has been rolled out Albany was the home to a FEMA mass vaccination site that was eventually closed due to small response numbers. In a community where there is distrust between the medical community, citizens, and government there must be a reconciliation for the City to continue to thrive. Funds from this grant will be utilized to put together a massive community engagement campaign that will focus on health literacy, vaccination education, and bringing resources to communities that need it most. Through working with local organizations to get to hard to reach populations there?s a chance to make a difference. This will be a collaborative effort between the City of Albany, Albany State University, a nonprofit agency and a marketing company.