Piedmont Community Service Crew PPE for Health Care Workers

 In Community News, PCSC

Even though COVID-19 is rampant in the Bay Area right now, the Piedmont Community Service Crew (PCSC) is still hosting lots of safe and socially distant programs to help those underserved in our community. One of the events the crew is hosting is an event where crew members will make PPE at their homes to donate to health care workers. For this event, PCSC crew members request a PPE materials kit which contains components to assemble either sewn masks, face shields or N95 masks.  The finished kits are all subsequently sterilized and then donated to hospitals. Other programs that the crew has organized to benefit underserved children include: making flashcard sets, and committing to being a tutor for one child over at least a semester.  For the flash cards, all the crew members need to do is have index cards and markers, and make them whenever they have time. Because a lot of the events are done at home to stay socially distanced, events such as the PPE mask making and flash card making are ongoing events that members can sign up to complete at any time.  All these events are managed and organized by crew members.

If you or your child are interested in socially distanced volunteer events like this, please click this link to get to the PCSC website for more information! www.pcservicecrew.org

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