Where Our Masks Have Gone

We have been flooded with volunteers to sew masks and continue to provide to those in need. We have received requests for masks from hospitals, walk ins, pharmacies, respite centers and more. Every masks helps!

Please see below some of the groups we have provided from stitch4corona to our community. In the recent months we have been collaborating with Sewing For Change to make our Kits and receiving materials from King & Bay. This allowed us to reach support the community even more!


MGH

We have donated many masks to #MGH1000masks drive.

Walk In

Castleoaks medical centre is a walk in still seeing individuals with little to no PPE

Care Home

The Dowling Residence care home for those with mental support needs

Respite

St Felix Center is dedicated to providing welcoming and safe shelter to those that need it

Food Bank

Fort York Food Bank is multi-service agency reconnecting people with our community

Walk In

Walk in clinic still seeing patients with interest in few masks

Walk In

Walk in clinic still seeing patients with interest in masks


Respite

Provide shelter and affordable housing and looking for masks for frontline workers

Walk In

Kid Programs

Dovercourt Boys and GIrls Club

Respite

Food Bank

Hospital

Community

Shelter

Shelter

Fire Dept

Community

LTC

City

Salvation

Police

Intiative

Seniors

Street Youth

Community

Initiative

Seniors Centre

Ismaili Funeral Service

Indigenous Groups

Based on request to Canada Sews and SewTO we tried to help and collaborate across groups to meet large request

Walk In

Centre

CMHA

Refugee Centre

Health Care

Security

Shelter

Fred Victor Bethlehem United Shelter

LTC

Centre

The Bernard Betel Centre is a vibrant, non-profit community centre located in North Toronto with offerings for older adults (55+)

Community


Let’s stitch together.


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