Fabric Masks Desparately Needed for Hospice Nurses
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
12 people are interested
If you can sew and are able to donate fabric face masks we are in desperate need of them!
Please send any masks that you can to
Grace Hospice Cincinnati
c/o Shelby Duncan
4850 Smith Road Ste 100c
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Video of how to make the mask (washable surgical mask):
- Tightly-woven cotton fabric 9" X 6", need two for each mask.
- Wash material in bleach and detergent prior to cutting out the 9" X 6" pieces of material
- 7" pieces of 1/4 inch elastic, need two for each mask
- 4" pipe cleaner for bridge of nose, it would be placed in the top seam.
- Not part of the video
Wash material prior to sewing, then wash mask prior to placing in Ziploc bag.
Thank you in advance!!
About Grace Hospice - Cincinnati
4850 Smith Rd., Suite 100c, Cincinnati, OH 45212, US
For each employee to treat every patient as their own treasured loved one, providing care that affords a quality of life that outweighs quantity of days, and supports caregivers as their hearts find healing.
Hospice is the only health care system that mandates the involvement of volunteers. This reflects the history of the hospice movement in the United States, which started as an all-volunteer system.
Hospice is designed to provide comfort care as well as spiritual and emotional support in the final phase of a terminal illness. At Grace Hospice, we focus on enhancing the quality of life and our volunteers play a key role in our mission. The hospice philosophy reaches beyond the physical needs of a patient and ensures that a patient spend their final days in comfort and with dignity.
Grace Hospice volunteers are as diverse as our professional staff. Compassion and caring are the hallmarks of any great hospice volunteer, and their involvement are a vital part of our team.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
April 8, 2020
- Hospice Care
- People 55+
- please see above