Thank you to Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle for donating 3,000 mask to our Mask for All project!
Your support is greatly appreciated and will have a tremendous impact on our community.
Mask donated to Hope Disaster Recovery will be distributed to those in need to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Dear Mr. Hubert,
We are overwhelmed with gratitude at the outpouring of compassion and support to all of us at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital in these past few months. I want to pause during this time to stop and say thank you for your kindness and your contribution. What a wonderful blessing to be part of the northwest Houston community and serve alongside you.
Hope Disaster Recovery’s donation of N95 masks provided assistance and support for our hospital and staff during a critical time, and we were fortunate not to incur any shortages of PPE or necessary supplies. Safety is of premier importance at Houston Methodist and your contribution helped ensure we never stopped caring for our employees and patients with the same high standards which we adhere to daily. On behalf of our entire team, we sincerely thank you!
Our commitment and partnership with you, which we greatly value, will not only be strong throughout this pandemic, but will continue as an anchor into the future. We want you to know that Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital will be there for you, as you have been for us.
We are always better together.
With heartfelt appreciation,
Keith D Barber
Chief Executive Officer
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital
Office (281) 737-2677
Hope Disaster Recovery, SHUR and The Restoration Team are collaborating with faith based groups and Houston Responds to ask congregations to make reusable masks for distribution among the most vulnerable.
As our leaders make plans to reopen public spaces and businesses in our communities, it will be important for people to protect themselves and others from the COVID-19 virus. Wearing face masks is a key component of that protection plan to make sure contamination will not spike again.
Many in the community can purchase masks, but there is a vast number of people in our area who are under resourced and are unable to provide masks for themselves. The love, service, and generosity of local congregations like yours will go a long way to keep people safe with reusable masks.
How the Masks For All program works:
Individuals or Sewing Groups: Make as many masks for as long as you can.
You can make masks using instructions/patterns you already have or if you need guidelines, see the link for “Mask for All sewing guide with ties”