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  • Currently, we are accepting monetary donations that will be used in multitude of potential ways:
    • 1) To purchase single-serve package food items and other materials that will be used to create care packages for patients and medical professionals at local hospitals
    • 2) To buy materials that will be used to make homemade masks
    • 3) To provide meals for Mediumize uses in need of financial assistance
    • 4) To purchase house-hold materials in aid of Midland
  • If you would like to request for money that Mediumize fundraised to be donated to a specific place, please contact us and we will reach out to you as soon as possible
  • Disclaimer: Although we are a volunteer service that operates for non-profit purposes, we are not a 501(c)(3), so not registered to be tax-exempt upon donations.





 

Donate Masks

Making Masks


Hospitals across the country have been requesting for medical supply donations for weeks, not because of a lack of funds but rather shortages in supply. Specifically, hospitals have been attempting to collect pre-owned PPE supplies. While medical personnel certainly require these scarce supplies the most, it has left many other essential workers shorthanded. According to representatives from Meijer and Kroger, five grocery store workers have already passed away due to heightened exposure and a lack of protection in Michigan alone. With an incubation period between five days and two weeks, many grocery store employees can pass COVID-19 on to customers without knowing, especially since the virus is the most transmissible before symptoms arise. As such, we need to protect grocery store workers not only for their own safety but also the rest of the population. There is no perfect solution to protecting grocery store workers considering the insinuating situation. However, while most medical professionals are not allowed to accept DIY face masks, grocery store workers who would have no protection otherwise can. The most common method to assemble a homemade face mask involves a sewing machine, but other methods are much easier to scale and can be just as effective. One such process only involves four simple materials: a square fabric of any sort, two hair ties or rubber bands, optionally a stapler, and cleaning supplies. Watch this simple, 1-minute video to learn how you can make one yourself! Mediumize is partnering with another non-profit organization, the buildOn chapter at the International Academy of Bloomfield Hills, to distribute masks throughout Metro Detroit. Please keep in mind that if you choose to donate these masks through Mediumize and buildOn, it is important to take proper sanitary measures such as:

  • Washing your hands before touching any materials.
  • Washing the fabric before use.
  • If possible wear a face covering and gloves when making masks to be donated.
  • Place the final product in a sealed zip-lock bag.
If you would like to make a mask and have it delivered to a grocery store, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize DIY Mask Donations. To help distribute masks, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize Mask Volunteer Driver.




Donating Materials


If you have access to materials that could be used to create homemade facemasks, such as fabrics or t-shirts, contact us and we will pick them up from you!





 

Donating Food

Making Masks


Hospitals across the country have been requesting for medical supply donations for weeks, not because of a lack of funds but rather shortages in supply. Specifically, hospitals have been attempting to collect pre-owned PPE supplies. While medical personnel certainly require these scarce supplies the most, it has left many other essential workers shorthanded. According to representatives from Meijer and Kroger, five grocery store workers have already passed away due to heightened exposure and a lack of protection in Michigan alone. With an incubation period between five days and two weeks, many grocery store employees can pass COVID-19 on to customers without knowing, especially since the virus is the most transmissible before symptoms arise. As such, we need to protect grocery store workers not only for their own safety but also the rest of the population. There is no perfect solution to protecting grocery store workers considering the insinuating situation. However, while most medical professionals are not allowed to accept DIY face masks, grocery store workers who would have no protection otherwise can. The most common method to assemble a homemade face mask involves a sewing machine, but other methods are much easier to scale and can be just as effective. One such process only involves four simple materials: a square fabric of any sort, two hair ties or rubber bands, optionally a stapler, and cleaning supplies. Watch this simple, 1-minute video to learn how you can make one yourself! Mediumize is partnering with another non-profit organization, the buildOn chapter at the International Academy of Bloomfield Hills, to distribute masks throughout Metro Detroit. Please keep in mind that if you choose to donate these masks through Mediumize and buildOn, it is important to take proper sanitary measures such as:

  • Washing your hands before touching any materials.
  • Washing the fabric before use.
  • If possible wear a face covering and gloves when making masks to be donated.
  • Place the final product in a sealed zip-lock bag.
If you would like to make a mask and have it delivered to a grocery store, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize DIY Mask Donations. To help distribute masks, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize Mask Volunteer Driver.




Donating Materials


If you have access to materials that could be used to create homemade facemasks, such as fabrics or t-shirts, contact us and we will pick them up from you!





 

Donating Medical Supplies

Making Masks


Hospitals across the country have been requesting for medical supply donations for weeks, not because of a lack of funds but rather shortages in supply. Specifically, hospitals have been attempting to collect pre-owned PPE supplies. While medical personnel certainly require these scarce supplies the most, it has left many other essential workers shorthanded. According to representatives from Meijer and Kroger, five grocery store workers have already passed away due to heightened exposure and a lack of protection in Michigan alone. With an incubation period between five days and two weeks, many grocery store employees can pass COVID-19 on to customers without knowing, especially since the virus is the most transmissible before symptoms arise. As such, we need to protect grocery store workers not only for their own safety but also the rest of the population. There is no perfect solution to protecting grocery store workers considering the insinuating situation. However, while most medical professionals are not allowed to accept DIY face masks, grocery store workers who would have no protection otherwise can. The most common method to assemble a homemade face mask involves a sewing machine, but other methods are much easier to scale and can be just as effective. One such process only involves four simple materials: a square fabric of any sort, two hair ties or rubber bands, optionally a stapler, and cleaning supplies. Watch this simple, 1-minute video to learn how you can make one yourself! Mediumize is partnering with another non-profit organization, the buildOn chapter at the International Academy of Bloomfield Hills, to distribute masks throughout Metro Detroit. Please keep in mind that if you choose to donate these masks through Mediumize and buildOn, it is important to take proper sanitary measures such as:

  • Washing your hands before touching any materials.
  • Washing the fabric before use.
  • If possible wear a face covering and gloves when making masks to be donated.
  • Place the final product in a sealed zip-lock bag.
If you would like to make a mask and have it delivered to a grocery store, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize DIY Mask Donations. To help distribute masks, fill out the form through the following link: buildOn/Mediumize Mask Volunteer Driver.




Donating Materials


If you have access to materials that could be used to create homemade facemasks, such as fabrics or t-shirts, contact us and we will pick them up from you!





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