Local Builders Doing Our Part to Help
Maybe We Can Help is a group of construction workers who have joined together to make and donate devices to protect our healthcare workers and first responders while they intubate COVID-19 patients.
This group was only recently formed and has already secured enough plexiglass and other equipment that is allowing us to build 1,100 protection devices which are being donated to hospitals and fire departments from Boston to New York.
It could not have been possible without the support of many people. The production of these devices started on Monday and we are currently fulfilling and shipping orders.
Help Us Reach Hospitals & First Responders In Need
We have started to produce 1,100 Aerosol Boxes with the ability to be sealed in the front, as well as the ability to allow healthcare professionals' access through the sides to help doctors during intubation.
We have organized donations, materials and people. We are in production this week and the first shipments of Aerosol Boxes started on April 7th and will continue throughout this crisis.
Precautions to Ensure Sterile Delivery
The units are sterilized and wrapped in plastic for delivery. We are building them in a 3k square foot state-of-the-art shop with two shifts per day. We are maintaining 20ft of separation between workers at all times. We are wearing respirators, eye goggles, gloves and protective suits throughout the process.
Maybe You Can Help...
We are in need of three types of help at this time:
1. Contact info for hospital administrators, first responders and healthcare professionals who will need these devices to help their teams.
2. People who can help deliver the finished Aerosol Boxes to hospitals and other locations.
2. Entities willing to source the plexiglass used to create the boxes.
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Want to donate to help?
Please know that...
100% of the proceeds are going directly to the cause.
All Protective Aerosol Boxes are being donated FREE of charge.
Your donation will go a long way to help protect Healthcare Heroes.