Hospitals and Homeless shelters are in the most need of face safety during COVID-19 There are already reports of health care workers getting sick and dying as a result of a lack of proper protective gear. Additionally, homeless shelter workers are working with no protection.
HOW WE'RE WORKING TO SOLVE IT
This club began at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. We were given the opportunity to help make masks to give back to the people that are exposed to the virus frequently: Frontline Workers, Hospitals, Homeless Shelters, Rehabilitation Centers, and Senior Care Homes. We want to bring awareness to safety precautions and PPE that needs to be taken seriously in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Every mask we make is handmade, thought-out, and prepared for the person in need. Each donation you make helps a student make a mask for their community.
“Being apart of Mask Maker’s Project means I can make an impact on my community. I am able to make a difference by helping those in need across the Bay Area.” -Celeste Gonzalez
“Mask Makers has allowed me to realize that with just enough materials and constant collaboration can influence others to take action and not just when needed. This team holds the potential in leading the change they hope to see for our community.” -Junelle Rae Reyes
Our Team consists of High School students in Leadership Public School Hayward. All members are student leaders who are very passionate to help others in our community during an unprecedented time.
- Amy Wang
- Mo Kim
- Nuh Zamani
Fundraising team: Students of LPS Hayward (5)
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