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Muppets Cartoonist Joins the Fight With New Interactive Coloring Project, Downloadable Original Artwork
Today, artist and comic writer Guy Gilchrist, known for his iconic illustrations of the Muppets, Tom & Jerry, Fraggle Rock and the Looney Tunes, joins DonatePPE.org in the fight against COVID, in a new interactive art project: in the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing Guy Gilchrist original drawings, including doodles that inspire laughter, comics that spark nostalgia, and coloring book pages that you can download for free from DonatePPE.org/doodles.
Join us in this art project and in supporting our healthcare frontline!
As parts of the country begin loosening safer-at-home restrictions, and state leaders debate the risks of reopening businesses, we encourage everyone to help protect themselves and each other, by maintaining social distancing, practicing hand hygiene, and by wearing a face covering when in public. Here is a list of our partners, donors, sponsors and friends who have been stitching, sewing, even laser-cutting masks that you can take advantage of yourself while helping support DonatePPE.org in our mission to equip our healthcare frontline!
Three pilots hailing from Chicago responded to the call for PPE by doing what pilots do best: kicking the tires and lighting the fires. Tony Benedetti, VP of the flying club Prestige Worldwide Aviation, LLC, has been using his wings to fly PPE to frontlines in hard-to-reach regions in the midwest.
We’re partnering with Norwegian cleaning supply company Norwex to distribute one million masks to frontline healthcare workers across the country and Canada.
1000 Flinn Scientific Goggles, 300 Zay Products face shields, 8000 face shields produced by Ford Motors: still more are on the way.
PPE shipped to our NYC distribution center is making its way through the Big Apple to some of the hardest hit hospitals in the country.
“If we can do more, we will do more: we [Citizens of Humanity] are ready to receive.” And we at DonatePPE are ready to deliver.
While hospitals and healthcare workers need medical-grade surgical masks and n95 masks, citizens and essential workers can use cloth masks to prevent touching the face with contaminated hands. Here are our recommendations.