“We urge construction companies to donate their inventory of N95 masks to your local hospital and forgo additional orders of these industrial masks because of what the president asked to be included in legislation that is moving through congress today, these industrial masks that they use on construction sites are perfectly acceptable for health care workers to be protected from a respiratory disease,” Pence said. >>Read full article
We want to support our healthcare workers by sharing a request from the County Executive’s office. Master Builders Association of Pierce County is putting out a call to action for our builders, remodelers, painters, and everyone else who may have protective masks – Please consider donating N95 masks so they can be distributed to local healthcare professionals. Currently, due to medical mask shortages, nurses and doctors are reusing single use masks throughout the day. Our staff may be reaching out, and we are accepting donations at the Master Builders Association of Pierce County office. Please call 253-272-2112 prior to stopping by. These masks will need to be unopened and unused in their original packaging.
****UPDATE: Due to the recently issued Stay-at-Home order, the Master Builders Association of Pierce County office is closed. However, staff is still working remotely and available by email. If you would still like to make a donation, click here for information about to who contact at our local hospitals.
Thank you for joining us in doing our part to support our community.
If you are in King County area, Master Builders of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) have joined us in these efforts and are offering to pick up donations. >>Learn More