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Studio Two Three is engaging our community to make protective face masks for essential workers, including home and public health care workers, behavioral health workers, bus drivers and individuals working with people experiencing homelessness throughout the Richmond region. This effort is in partnership with 1708 Gallery, UFAB, VCUArts, VCU Da Vinci Center and the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond.

There is a significant and ongoing need for these masks in our community – and you can help from home!

 

1. Make Masks at Home

Studio Two Three is providing a "How to Make Face Masks" guide that volunteers can follow from home. Click the button below to express your interest in joining these volunteer efforts and to access the mask-making guide.

 

2. Donate your Homemade Masks to Studio Two Three

You can deliver your homemade masks to Studio Two Three between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

We request that you please package your masks in 1-gallon ziplock bags and deposit them in the box outside of the main studio entrance.

 

You can also mail your masks to:

          Studio Two Three

          3300 W. Clay St. 

          Richmond, VA 23230

 


 

For more information about other mask-making efforts in the community, check out these additional resources: