Drop Anywhere Labs

Modular drop-in clinics for COVID-19 vaccinations and testing

Learning Undefeated’s Drop Anywhere Labs offer secure and professional space for mobile health initiatives including COVID testing and vaccinations. The compact shipping container framework allows for easy deployment to urban environments. All units are fully self-sufficient, with power, heating/cooling, and HEPA filtration, and space for specialty refrigeration units. Laboratories can be deployed in as little as two weeks.

Make it Happen

We are looking for community health partners for the Drop Anywhere Lab project. If you need a mobile laboratory for COVID vaccinations, contact:

Brian Gaines, CEO

240.552.9311 · email

Drop Anywhere Lab Features

  • Self-sufficient mobile laboratory with onboard power, water, and refrigeration
  • Compact shipping container framework easily deployed in urban environments
  • Professional, laboratory grade surfaces
  • Interactive teaching tools including touchscreen walls, projection mapping
  • Public health outreach programming

Faith in the Vaccine: Partnership with DC Health

Since February 2021, Learning Undefeated’s Drop Anywhere Labs have been serving as mobile vaccination clinics for vulnerable populations in the District of Columbia as part of DC Health’s Faith in the Vaccine program.

Designed to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to medically underserved parts of the city (specifically Wards 5, 7, and 8), Faith in the Vaccine leverages houses of worship across the city and mobilizes Black faith leaders as credible messengers, to help spread the word about the vaccine’s safety and efficacy. In this high-touch pilot program, churches personally reach out to qualified parishioners and community members, assisting seniors 65 and over in making their appointments and addressing concerns prior to their vaccine appointment. By managing appointments in this way, the program supports equitable distribution of vaccines to populations most in need and those left out of open online scheduling mechanisms.

The program is a collaboration between Learning Undefeated and DC HealthMary’s Center, the Leadership Council for Healthy CommunitiesFiveMedicine, and the Black Coalition Against COVID-19.

Partnering with a local medical provider, Learning Undefeated’s self-sufficient Drop Anywhere Lab provides professional, safe space for hundreds of vaccinations per day. The mobile laboratory – normally used to provide STEM education for K12 students – is housed in a compact shipping container features onboard power, heating and cooling, extra HEPA filtration, vaccine refrigeration units and advanced immersive technology, such as touch-screen walls and movie-theater quality projection, light and sound.

Education to Improve Health Outcomes

Learning Undefeated is a non-profit organization that provides life-changing STEM experiences for nearly 50,000 students per year. Our mobile laboratory fleet includes trailers, buses, and shipping containers. All of our labs are designed to immerse and engage people with science and health.

With more than 20 years of proven STEM education experience, Learning Undefeated and the Drop Anywhere Labs can provide culturally relevant, community-based public health programs to distribute information about vaccine safety and efficacy. Onboard immersive technology makes even a short interaction very impactful, using touch-screen walls and movie-theater quality projection, light, and sound. Projectors and television monitors controlled by an on-board computer also allow for interactive presentations to be brought outdoors.

With laboratory grade equipment and adaptable presentation technology, Drop Anywhere Labs are a scalable solution for vaccine delivery, testing, and community health education.

Our Impact Fighting COVID-19

STEM Nonprofit to Doubles Student Reach during COVID-19 Pandemic Thanks to AT&T Foundation Support

In a typical school year, Maryland-based nonprofit Learning Undefeated serves over 50,000 K-12 students with immersive STEM learning onboard its fleet of mobile laboratories: tricked out trucks, shipping containers and busses that bring life-changing STEM experiences right to the school parking lot. But when the organization had to park its mobile labs due to COVID-19, Learning Undefeated quickly pivoted to developing hands-on digital experiences that would keep students and teachers connected with STEM subjects while learning at home.

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Second DC church joins effort to expand vaccine distribution to underserved communities

WUSA-9 (DC) | More than two weeks after D.C. announced a pilot program to partner with churches to better distribute vaccines to underserved communities in the city, a second church has been added to join the initiative. So far, 321 people have been vaccinated during the program’s three clinics, according to DC Health. Outreach is done by church volunteers and community partners to congregants and residents in the community to sign them up for vaccine appointments.

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