Sew Supportive: Individuals, Organizations, Make Homemade Masks for WJC Students
Many William James College faculty and students are counted among the behavioral health professionals who are providing essential services during this pandemic. In early April, Cheryl MacDonald, assistant director of Field Education, was looking for more ways to support these frontline workers.
“What better way than to provide them with home-made masks,” MacDonald said. “Unfortunately, I don’t have a sewing machine—and it would be dangerous if I did—but I was happy to coordinate efforts to collect materials, organize volunteers and distribute...
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