Protect others, yourself, and help others protect themselves from COVID-19. Homemade face masks may not provide the same degree of protection as the medical-grade face masks, but more experts agree that wearing a face mask to go out in public is a good idea. The effect is greatest when masks are used along with hand hygiene and social distancing.
We need people to sew masks, the fabric for mask construction, and volunteers to distribute masks. Volunteer coordinator, Megan Rain, has created an assembly-line process that includes a how-to video and the fabric needed for volunteers who weekly drop off their finished face masks to Megan’s front porch.
If you would like a face mask or would like to help make face masks, please, contact Mission & Outreach.