Action #1 – More masks please! They need at least
Check here for all updates to mask project pattern and specifications.
Update 4/02/2020: 2,194 completed masks out of 3500 needed!
Update 3/25/2020: Ventura’s mask-making volunteers have made the New York Times! Check out the bottom paragraphs of this article! Then watch this video of the project from KEYT. Local high school students are also using 3D-printing to create face shields for medical workers. Ventura County is full of awesome people!
Update from Amy Towner, CEO of Health Care Foundation for Ventura County, Inc.:
“Our community continues to grow, today 250+ people to help protect and serve our county. Infection control is thrilled with the quality of masks being produced as is administration, doctors and nurses. (We knew all along that we could produce something better than money could buy and made with love to provide additional protection). We now have about 1,769 masks in current stock and we need at least 3,500 and we can do it.” UPDATE 4/01: 500 additional masks required for drive through clinic personnel.
- Send an email to Amy here to volunteer (do this first!) Tell her the following:
- Full Name
- Cell Phone
- Email address
- Full residential address
- “I have fabric/thread supply to donate”
- “I need need fabric so I can sew”
- “I can drive for supply/demand”
- Mask pattern, instructions, fabric specifications and drop-off information are here.