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I am so thankful for those frontline workers risking their lives every day. And they deserve so much more. To be able to do their job as safe as possible is the least we can do to help with. I cannot sew but I can cut and follow a pattern.
As soon as I heard of the effort to make no-sew isolation gowns, my family and I were all in. We feel this effort is critical to flattening the curve and aiding healthcare workers, elderly and other essential workers. Making gowns has been incredibly rewarding. Delivering PPE to various institutions,
I have so many friends & family serving on the front lines. I felt helpless while they were all making so many sacrifices. Then I saw Robyn’s post I knew I was being called to help. It makes my heart happy knowing I’m helping keep front line workers safe. It’s also
It’s made me feel like i can make a difference even in a small way. I’ve only done one batch thus far due to not having a helper. If I find a other way to make them with the 48 hr period I’ll ask for another set.
Great opportunity for my family to work together to help others that risk their lives everyday.
I feel Like I’m helping the people on the front line be safe ❣️We made so many people happy,and grateful to have our gowns which interns makes me happy I could help!
I just started making gowns yesterday, and I look forward to getting back to work this morning. I’m so grateful to have a way to help and serve the dedicated people fighting this battle on the frontlines. I’m turning 72 this weekend, and I feel that this opportunity is God’s
Since March my group has been making cloth masks for the frontline. We work tirelessly to protect the frontline and through finding Robyn & AWG I have met more amazing people that restore my faith in humanity, opened up more opportunities for people that want to help and increased the
My husband is a physician working with covid patients on the frontline so it’s more than real for us as a healthcare family. This opportunity to make gowns turned out to be a great way to fight through the fear that I was living in. It gave me a sense of
I am a retired nurse anesthetist and I can’t imagine having to work without protective equipment. AWG allows me to contribute in a meaningful way and as a bonus I get to spend every afternoon with my daughter!