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MasksNow Tennessee

This is the Tennessee branch of the The Masks Now Coalition, which is a grassroots movement of volunteers and their groups, led by 19 organizers directing over 2,000 volunteers who banded together in response to the urgent national shortage in manufactured masks brought on by the novel coronavirus outbreak in America.  We’ve got volunteers in every state, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico ready to answer the call from over 125 hospitals in 28 states which have made public appeals for homesewn masks.  

In an effort to help curb medical supply shortages as we battle COVID-19, we are requesting sewists to make masks and other supplies for use by patients, healthcare workers, at-risk community members, and essential workers, including postal workers, grocery store workers, manufacturing personnel, and more.  

That’s why we’re looking for donations to off-set the costs of buying sewing materials and shipping costs for distributing masks to all the corners of Tennessee.

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Monday August 3rd

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This is the Tennessee branch of the The Masks Now Coalition, which is a grassroots movement of volunteers and their groups, led by 19 organizers directing over 2,000 volunteers who banded together in response to the urgent national shortage in manufactured masks brought on by the novel coronavirus outbreak in America.  We’ve got volunteers in every state, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico ready to answer the call from over 125 hospitals in 28 states which have made public appeals for homesewn masks.  

In an effort to help curb medical supply shortages as we battle COVID-19, we are requesting sewists to make masks and other supplies for use by patients, healthcare workers, at-risk community members, and essential workers, including postal workers, grocery store workers, manufacturing personnel, and more.  

That’s why we’re looking for donations to off-set the costs of buying sewing materials and shipping costs for distributing masks to all the corners of Tennessee.

Posted by Jasmine Lucas