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Create Masks for Frontline Workers with Stitched Together

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ORGANIZATION: Inland Empire United Way

Volunteers with sewing skills are in high need at this time to make masks for frontline and essential workers in our community.

Please note: We are posting on behalf of Stitched Together to promote their opportunity. If you are interested, you must join the facebook group to be connected with places to donate masks. Inland Empire United Way is not providing fabric, masks, or sewing machines. Inland Empire United Way is not affiliated with Stitched Together. If you have more questions, please join the facebook group and check in with Stitched Together for more details.

Stitched Together is looking for volunteers to donate their time and materials towards making masks for frontline workers working in the healthcare system, police officers, firefighter, and even grocery stores. There is an overwhelming need for sewn masks that this time to ensure that our frontline workers have some type of barrier for their face while working.

If you have a parent, family member, friend, or acquaintance that is able to sew and would like to volunteer and help our courageous frontline workers, please show them this posting and encourage them to volunteer.

Healthcare workers are also in need of sewn clothes covers and hats. If you are able to donate materials, fabric, or sew, please go to: to join the group and find the sign-up list for organizations in need of cloth masks. This group will also have patterns and other troubleshooting tips if you are in need of support.

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About Inland Empire United Way


9644 Hermosa Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, US

Mission Statement

Improving the lives and futures of children and families in need by investing in Education, Health, and Financial Stability


Inland Empire United Way provides dynamic opportunities for individuals, families, teams and corporate groups to engage in meaningful volunteer opportunities within the Inland Empire region.


  • The community and people we serve are our top priority
  • The services we provide reflect honesty and integrity
  • We promote diversity and believe that serving together creates opportunities for people to appreciate the differences of others
  • Through teamwork we can achieve tangible results and effectively address community needs
  • We value every individual’s capacity to make a difference and bring lasting change


  • To promote and expand opportunities for voluntary service throughout the Inland Empire
  • To train and equip volunteer leaders
  • To effectively gather volunteers in emergency relief situations
  • To meet critical community needs through service
  • To assist others in developing and managing successful volunteer programs and volunteer opportunities


Disaster Relief
Emergency & Safety
Community, Disaster Relief, Emergency & Safety


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Disaster Response
  • Crocheting
  • Knitting
  • Quilting
  • Sewing


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group



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