Thank you to all of my students, who have contributed to such a great cause… #sewTOGETHER. Making masks for doctors and medical teams in our community. Proud to say that KSOF students have contributed to this cause by making 5 masks or more each to be donated to healthcare facilities in NJ and NYC. Medical teams can now wear these masks comfortably over a protective mask and reuse since they are washable.
Together in this group effort, we have enough masks to donate to the following healthcare facilities:
- Dr. Avi Werthaim – Doctors Care Center
- Old Bridge Drugs & Surgicals
- Mount Sinai Hospital – NYC (where Karen Lozner was born)
If you have not yet donated the masks you’ve made, please drop off THIS FRIDAY, April 3rd between 12 – 7pm at The Parisian Tea Room (165 Amboy Road, Suite 723 Morganville, NJ 07751).
There will be a white plastic bag attached to the door knob in which you can just drop in.
Before dropping off masks, please be sure to insert it into a clear ziplock bag and attach a note with your disclaimer,
“may be worn over a protective mask. This is NOT an N95 mask, but can offer some protection when worn alone. This is washable as the content is 100% cotton (lining and face) inside content is 100% polyester. Please wash and sanitize before wearing. Made with love by ——–“
Thank you again for your support! Be Safe & Stay Positive!
– Karen Lozner