Masks & Other Ways to Help from Home

Local Facebook Group of Mask Makers Sewing Masks - Southern VT Area

Masks (N95 and Homemade) Needed in Windham County:  Dr. Jeremy Morrison, at Home Farm Family Medicine in Brattleboro is in need of masks. He can be reached at jeremy@homefarmfamily.com. Specifically, he needs them for office staff, patients, and to distribute to the homeless encampments in town. Thank you!

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital would prefer that you make these masks ONLY for their use (described below).
     You may drop off finished masks and gowns in the receptacle on the porch of 55 Belmont Ave, Brattleboro, VT 05301. If you cannot make it out to the drop site, you can mail them here: C/O Gina Pattison, BMH, 17 Belmont Avenue, Brattleboro, VT 05301

Urgent Need for Masks and Face Coverings for Our Medical First Responders and Professionals
If you sew or can source materials for those who sew, we need your help! 
Join thousands of volunteers across the country and create masks for health care providers, patients, and caregivers.
You can follow this basic pattern here: https://www.deaconess.com/How-to-make-a-Face-Mask?fbclid=IwAR0vI5CexA--uiCba5beFlL11TPY03t5TW2zJMrSIRix45AKSRqBfsRU-Mk
OR use this FANTASTIC beginner tutorial here, created by local Brattleboro business owner Alix Joyal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT3TX572x2s&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2IogSiQ8-0-gMvIiZcj1EHU8jRE0nB5w80DzvVWMXdKJdpq3pU5na4P84.
You can check out her eco-friendly business, JoyalTee, here: https://joyaltee.com.
If you would like help or support while creating, please consider joining an ongoing Facebook group like Mask Drive: Help Our First Responders!
We are working on providing a list of hospitals that are accepting homemade masks. If you have masks ready in the mean time, please contact Joanna Phillips at joannawilsonphillips@gmail.com and they will be put to immediate use. Thank you!