As the days continue and the need for continued medical attention for COVID-19 patients increases, the need for medical supplies, materials, and especially for masks, continues.  More and more people, even those who aren't in a medical facility, are utilizing masks, so the demand is obviously high.

We provided you with information earlier in the week on how to create medical masks, so that can be used as a helpful guide on how to do your part at home.

Well, JOANN fabrics has stepped up to help the cause, and they are giving away free kits to make masks, and even gowns for hospital and healthcare facilities.

According to an article from foxnews:

All 860 locations of the craft store are offering curbside pickup and home delivery of free kits to make masks, gowns and "other essential items" to be donated to American hospitals. All open stores are carrying face mask kits in adult and youth sizes, and the materials are replenished daily.

Once the supplies are picked up from your local store, you can then craft at home, and bring the completed projects, safety, back to the JOANN stores, where they will then make donations to local hospitals and medical facilities.  Way to go JOANN stores, and their Make to Give campaign.

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