2 Donations Down, 2 More To Go

We are super excited to have been able to make our first two donations to the Durham Rescue Mission and the Hope of Mooresville.

Andrea Cornel and Katy Waddell delivered masks and hand sanitizer to the Durham Rescue Mission.
Donation to the Durham Rescue Mission
Richard Whitfield delivers masks to the Hope of Mooresville.
Donation to the Hope of Mooresville

Because of your support, we were able to donate roughly 400 reusable masks and 190 bottles of hand sanitizer to the Durham Rescue Mission and around 240 reusable masks to the Hope of Mooresville. These donations will help these shelters keep their residents safe and healthy during the remainder of the pandemic.

We still have donations to make at two more of our partner organizations in Asheville, NC and Chattanooga, TN. After we make these next two donations, we will have donated just under 2,000 reusable masks and around 200 bottles of hand sanitizer from our first virtual fundraiser: The Great Mask Run Virtual 5k.

Thank you so much to everyone who participated and donated to the cause! We look forward to hosting more virtual events and continuing to help our partner communities in North Carolina and Tennessee. Be on the lookout for our upcoming initiatives and find out how you can get involved.

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