Ongoing Opportunity Category: Children and Youth
We’re looking for generous people to make and donate masks for kids and teens in SW MO. We would like to provide a washable cloth mask for students in our 10-county area when we distribute school supplies to income-eligible families in August.
If you’re a mask maker who would be willing to donate some, thank you. We’ll be serving kids in grades pre-K through 12 so a variety of sizes are needed. There is no preference on the pattern or style. Our goal is to have all donations collected by July 31 to disburse to our centers by August 4.
To donate, please call Lindsey at (417) 873-3375. Thank you.
Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) is a non-profit organization working to alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in Southwest Missouri.
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