Volunteers bringing face masks to those who need them most.

Volunteers bringing face masks to those who need them most. Volunteers bringing face masks to those who need them most. Volunteers bringing face masks to those who need them most.
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Become a Part of Sew You Care

Need masks?

How many have you made?

Want to help?

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Sew You Care is helping to bring more face masks to healthcare workers, medical professionals, first responders, the immunocompromised population, and their caregivers. 


Click the button below to complete the request form.

Want to help?

How many have you made?

Want to help?

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Would you like to volunteer your sewing skills to help Sew You Care get more masks to those who need them the most during this health crisis shortage? 



Click the button below to complete the volunteer form. 

How many have you made?

How many have you made?

How many have you made?

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Sew You Care knows so many are helping their local communities. We want to recognize your efforts and keep an accurate count of how many masks are getting to the people who need them.


Click the button below to share your efforts with us.

Facemask Pattern - Option 1

Facemask Pattern - Option 2

Facemask Pattern - Option 3

CDC Facemask Supply Strategies

While fabric masks are not to be used in the care of COVID-19 patients, according to the CDC, fabric masks may be used as a crisis response option when other supplies have been exhausted. Fabric masks can also be helpful in other areas of patient care as supplies of PPE are depleted.  

Additional Resources

Center for Disease Control

Center for Disease Control

Center for Disease Control

World Health Organization

Center for Disease Control

Center for Disease Control

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