These are area drop-off sites where completed masks can be left for distribution to area healthcare facilities.
Hospitals will sterilize the masks, so there’s no need to worry about that. Just use clean materials.
• See our printable file of Re-Useable Mask Information and Instructions that you can print out to include with masks you’ve made for distribution if they’re going to places without regular sterilization capability.
• Village Church/ Collecting for Cooley Dickinson and Masks for Val (PVPA pattern)
32 Main Street, Cummington
Drive around the back. There is an open vestibule with boxes for donation. EMPTY your masks into the container and take home your packaging.
• JoAnn Fabrics
Hampshire Mall, Hadley
Please be sure to enclose the masks in a plastic bag. (PVPA pattern)
• Cooley Dickinson Hospital
30 Locust Street, Northampton
The masks can be dropped off at the North Building at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. You do not need to get out of your car. A valet person will come to you. They are collecting donations during the hours of 8:00-4:30. (Cooley Dickinson pattern)
Drop off masks on Elizabeth Schoenfeld’s covered front porch
22 Jewett St., Northampton.
People should drop off in a paper bag.
If anyone in our community has any supply of surgical masks that they can spare now we would love donations of those (dentists, optometrists, scientists etc ). We would also take construction or painters N95 equivalent masks. Any of those can be dropped at Elizabeth’s house too.
• Valley Masks is offering mask-making supplies, and will have them available at four locations in Northampton:
• South St. neighborhood: 52 Columbus Ave., home of Sydney (413-527-7880)
• Florence: 96 Oak St., home of Molly (413-336-1348)
• Ward 3: 96 North St., home of Joan (413-896-6943)
• Smith College neighborhood: 215 Crescent St., home of Stephanie (919-593-5984)
That means if you drive to these addresses, you’ll find two boxes on their front porches–one with complete kits to make 10 masks, and one box with bags of elastic for 10 masks. Take only what you know you can make in a short turn-around (eg. 2-3 days).
• Sign up at DIY Masks of Western MA to make and deliver masks, and get supplies at one of the above four locations.
Pittsfield / Berkshire County:
Berkshire Mutual Aid — Anyone wanting to make masks for free distribution in Berkshire Co. should sign up for the Berkshire Mutual Aid Sewing Team to receive instruction.
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Berkshire Mutual Aid Mask Donations locations are as follows:
Williamstown Community Chest
84 Spring St, Williamstown, MA
– Donations bin
113 Oliver Ave. Pittsfield, MA
– Front porch
50 Castle St #2, Great Barrington, MA
– Donations bin
Berkshire Sewing Team, sales of masks support this program employing out-of-work community members.
» Facebook group or email firstname.lastname@example.org
• PVPA (Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School)
15 Mulligan Drive, South Hadley
Please be sure to enclose the masks in a plastic bag. There is a plastic drop-off bin to the left of the main entrance doors. (The building is closed – no staff on premise.) (PVPA pattern)
• Williamsburg Grange
10 Main Street, Williamsburg. Please be sure to enclose the masks in a plastic bag. Front porch drop-off. (PVPA pattern)