Volunteers Needed for ASD Student Facemask Project
We are glad you are here! Healthiest Ames is organizing a community project to provide facemasks for every student in the Ames Community School District. We are looking for volunteers with a variety of skills such as: sewing, organizing, data entry, social media, communications, transporting materials, washing fabric and sorting masks.
Please fill out the form below with your information and indicate what volunteer position you would like so we can organize our efforts. Thanks!
Volunteer Positions- indicate any of the following tasks you will commit to. You may check more than one option.
Sewing Masks (instructions, patterns and materials will be provided)
Kit Assembly- assembling kits for sewers to use
Launderer- wash, sort and label masks so they can be delivered to drop off site
Launderer Coordinator- ensure volunteers pick up masks as drop off containers fill up
Spreadsheet entry- collect the donation slips from the launders & enter into excel spreadsheet
School pack assembly- collect the bagged masks from launderer and deliver to the school
Church contact- contact local churches to support our efforts or help sew
Girl Scout contact- Serve as contact person
Facebook/ social media-- solicit and monitor donations through social media
Sewist Resource Person- experienced sewist who can answer questions about patterns, sewing questions, etc. from other volunteers
Volunteer at the "Cutting House in Des Moines", work a 3 hour shift
Sewing masks with a "mega kit"; sew 100 masks from pre-cut , pre-washed pieces
Rotary cutter. Work at home with your rotary cutter to cut supplied fabric into rectangles for the cutting house
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