The world is adjusting to a new normal in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although we are all in this together, social distancing can leave us feeling disconnected and lonely. Communities are pulling together to lend a helping hand to make an impact in their neighborhoods. 

Chris Steere, the Director of Medical and Account Management of our sister company Advance Talent,  shared a wonderful story of how her and her family are giving back to their community. Outside of work Chris is a talented seamstress. She and her five boys have begun making face masks for their local hospitals and nursing homes. 

Chris and her family

Chris's workstation

Chris found a special pattern requested in her community without elastic that lessen irritation for the workers. She and her family are aiming to have 50 masks completed by the end of the week. 

Face mask

Hats off to Chris and her family for their dedication to others during this time. We are inspired by your generosity and creativeness. 

If you are interested in making masks or gowns, reach out to your community officials to find the specified pattern being requested for your area.