Hello Pelham Family!
We have exciting news to share. Given the CDC’s heightened guidelines on wearing masks, a group of Pelham Together volunteers, led by our very own Melissa Ronan, have made a limited edition supply of Pelham masks that are for sale to the Pelham community.
While we continue to make masks with a filter for frontline workers for free, we are making a batch of washable, double-layer cotton masks available for $5/mask. The proceeds from this effort go directly to our ongoing efforts to serve the Pelham community at this time, including supplies for masks, head coverings, shields, etc. We are also thrilled to be partnering with Hearts and Homes for Refugees to welcome aboard women who sew to our mask-making family. Your donations will also help pay these women for their work.
Here’s how it works:
• Masks cost $5 each; any additional amount donated will go towards making another mask free for frontline workers.
• Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and how many you’d like. **Note: these are being produced in limited quantity. To help as many families as possible, please purchase only for those in your household who will need them.
• When you receive a confirmation that your quantity are still in stock, please make your donation here: https://bit.ly/PelTogdonate
• Your masks (random assortment; sorry, we cannot offer special orders) will be left on the porch of 232 Eastland Avenue. Please pick up within a few hours.
Hoping all of you and your families are safe and well.
Thank you for supporting Pelham Together!
Executive Director, Pelham Together
PS: Thank you to the hard working volunteers who made this effort come to life. We are forever grateful: Kristin Barsanti, Kristin Bidwell, Mary Ann Ciccotelli, Juliana and Peter DiPaola, Nora Dodge, Wendy Daugherty and Family, Darby Dunn, Jennifer Dunbar, Pam Dupuis, Molly Girolamo, Jaye McLoughlin, Tifenn Missey-Navarro, Cece Morrell, Katharine Page, Natalie Ronan, Leah Tahbaz and Laird Tolan.
Limited Edition Masks