|We’re mobilizing a statewide network of volunteers to make and donate cloth masks to Maine’s healthcare organizations, and we need your help.Mainers are tough. We weather storms together together and take care of our neighbors. And Mainers are coming together in a big way right now. It has been incredible to witness. Our grassroots volunteer network has made, stitched, and donated more than 4,300 masks in 26 days. Healthcare providers take care of us when we’re sick, and we’re working hard to take care of them right now.|
In order to meet the enormous need for masks across the state, we need to find more stitchers- especially in Central Maine. Franklin, Hancock, Piscataquis, and Somerset counties have particular need for mask makers.
Could you please take a moment and forward this email to your quilter, seamstress, tailor, stitcher, or sewing friends? Our website has all of the information to sew masks, donate approved material, or help us pick up and deliver masks .Sewing Masks for Maine Website