SHARE's mask-making program

SHARE (Supporting Hospitals Abroad With Resource and Equipment) at Hopkins is partnering with the nonprofit organization Stitched Together, the IRONMAN Foundation, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Social Concern to create and donate face masks to the following local Baltimore organizations: elementary schools connected to Medicine for the Greater Good, Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition, and Health Care for the Homeless.

Register by Feb. 26 on the mask-making page of the Hopkins Engage website to receive one mask-making kit with the materials to make five masks toward the end of March/beginning of April. This opportunity is available to all Hopkins students, staff, and faculty. It is both a safe and socially distant community service activity, and all volunteer hours for your participation can be tracked within the Hopkins Engage website.