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Pray, Give, Sew

Masks are needed! Want to make a mask, but don’t know how? Here is a DIY mask you can make, recommended by the CDC. Give your time, talent, and treasure to invest in our Front-Line Workers who are helping to keep us safe.

 

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Step 1: Make a mask!

 

Can’t sew, that’s ok!  Follow this tutorial on how you can make masks that is recommended by the CDC.

 

Step 2: Send the masks to the following places that help provide: hospital care or food delivery for those who are shut in.

 

Step 3: Pray over the mask you just created asking God to protect the Front-Line Workers who will be wearing the masks and those they are caring for.

 

VA Medical Center

Like other hospitals and VA medical centers, the Martinsburg VAMC is in need of donated cloth masks to help protect our employees in non-clinical areas as we work to conserve our masks for clinical needs. 

 

If you would like to donate homemade masks, please contact Voluntary Service at 304-263-0811, ext. 3309 or 3310 to arrange a donation. 

 

(VA Medical Center asks that you do not use plain blue or plain white fabric as we don’t want to confuse the masks with surgical masks). 

 

Meals on Wheels

Their mission is simple:  To deliver hot, nutritious, low-cost home delivered meals to homebound seniors and/or disabled Berkeley county residents. Berkeley County Meals on Wheels continues to deliver 1,000 meals per week to homebound seniors during this COVID outbreak. 

 

They need 70 masks for the volunteers! If you would like to donate homemade masks, please contact Dianne Waldron at304-263-6622 or email her at mealsonwheels1@frontier.com.

 

Berkeley County Meals on Wheels

116 E. King Street

Martinsburg, WV 25401