Protective Face Masks For Communities in Need
Keystone Community Services
Keystone Community Services is a nonprofit working to improve the quality of life of individuals, families, seniors and youth. “As one of the largest food shelf providers in the east metro area, Keystone is committed to ensuring that our participants – many of whom are new food shelf shoppers this year due to Covid-19 – are able to safely access free food supports. We are giving out donated usable masks so they can use them at Keystone and in other public places. We also give them to our dedicated volunteers too.” Mary McKeown, President/CEO Keystone Community Services. Keystone is accepting adult and child masks of any design.
Mask Kits Available
Are you in need of fabric? Once again, Sew Good Goods is partnering with Treadle Yard Goods to continue to provide mask kits at no charge for these communities.
The kits include elastic/loops and enough fabric for 12 3-layer adult-sized masks. The kits can be used to make children’s masks as well, and these are also urgently needed. Kits are available for pickup at Treadle during regular business hours.
Treadle is also serving as a drop-off for finished masks for all four initiatives, in addition to individual hand sanitizer for the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood project.
Thank you for your ongoing support!