Students Sew Face Coverings at Home
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Students of all ages (elementary, middle, high school or college age) can volunteer remotely to make cloth face coverings for staff members working at homeless shelters, food distribution programs and homeless shelter residents. With teens' help and generosity, this organization can continue to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
WASHINGTON, DC, 20001-4532
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Students can show your leadership by recruiting and organizing friends or groups to sew masks. Post to your social media to spread the word.
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