The Gary Sinise Foundation Wants You To "Sew Some Gratitude"
April 27th, 2020
In response to the global face mask shortage in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Gary Sinise Foundation wants you to #SewSomeGratitude! Be a hero and help the Gary Sinise Foundation fight the spread of COVID-19 by utilizing your DIY skills to make homemade face masks for our nation's frontline defenders, veterans, and their families across the country. Masks sent to the Gary Sinise Foundation will be distributed to our network including H.O.P.E. families, Serving Heroes locations, R.I.S.E. families, VFW’s, and others.
And sew it begins!
How to #SewSomeGratitude with the Gary Sinise Foundation:
Questions about how to make a homemade face mask? Watch the video tutorial below.
Mask with Filter Pocket
2. Take a picture or video and post it to Gary Sinise Foundation social media: Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Don’t forget to tag @GarySiniseFoundation and use #SewSomeGratitude.
3. Download our custom address label by clicking here. Print and attach it to the outside of your package.
Gary Sinise Foundation
21700 Oxnard Street, Ste. 580
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
4. Send your masks to Gary Sinise Foundation and we will distribute to those in need! All masks sent must be received in our office on or before Friday, May 29.