Help keep our clients and frontline staff healthy by making homemade masks. You can follow these CDC guidelines to learn how to make masks at home. Please note that we are only accepting sewn cloth masks (not ones made from T-shirts or bandanas).
In addition to masks for adults, we are also looking for masks for children in slightly smaller sizes. We have several options for delivering the masks:
Mail the masks in a large envelope or box to:
Manager, Volunteer Services
1430 Main St.
Waltham, MA 02451
Drop off your masks at our JF&CS offices.
Drop-offs can occur Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ava Harder’s name must be on the package.
Arrange a socially distanced in-person drop-off.
If you have created a large number of masks and are not able to send them to the JF&CS office, please contact Ava Harder (click “Act now”) to arrange a mutually convenient location for a socially distanced in-person drop-off into the trunk of Ava’s car.
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