Donate PPE Today!



Our organization has created 8 regional teams in Northern Ontario that canvas existing personal protective equipment (PPE) from dentists, salons, construction companies and others, to redirect them to healthcare facilities in need.
We have teamed up with the Northern Supply Chain to ensure that we are targeting not only local needs in each area, but that larger donations are distributed to facilities who are at risk of a shortage within the next 10-14 days.
As much as possible, donations stay local. Larger donations may be redistributed depending on the critical need for PPE to neighbouring communities in Northern Ontario.
If you are a healthcare clinic or hospital and you are in need of PPE,
please fill out our Needs Assessment form.
This assessment allows us to ensure that we are matching our production
and donation to those in need.
To see which providers in your area are in need of items, check-out the interactive map below.
**Map created by Find The Masks



If you are a healthcare facility accepting sewn masks, gowns or caps please submit the Needs Assessment Form

Please note we cannot guarantee the quality or safety of the product.

For more information regarding sewn items, please see Recipient Information Sheet

For frequently asked questions such as:

Are hand-sewn masks safe?

What do government organizations recommend?

Who are hand-sewn masks intended for?

Check the General Information Sheet for this information.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact us at

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  • Hand-sewn masks should only be provided to those who are unable to acquire manufactured PPE (e.g., medical masks or N-95 respirators) that are regulated and safety tested.
  • Homemade masks, caps, and gowns are not considered PPE, since their capability to protect users is unknown. We are unable to guarantee the effectiveness or safety of hand-sewn masks, caps, and gowns for wearers. Caution should be exercised when considering this option.
  • Homemade masks should ideally be used in combination with a face shield that covers the entire front and sides of the face.
  • Studies show that hand-sewn masks may be approximately 3-30% effective at reducing the user’s exposure to airborne particles.
  • Users should be aware that hand-sewn masks, caps, and gowns may give users a false sense of protection that may encourage risk taking and/or decrease attention to other hygiene measures (Consensus Study Report, 2006)
  • We are unable to compensate donors for costs of supplies or labor.


With the help of various local 3D printer individuals, maker spaces and organizations, we are proud to be coordinating the production and distribution of 3D printed face shields. These face shields are to be donated to healthcare institutions in need in Northern Ontario.

If you are a healthcare facility looking to place an order for 3D Printed PPE, please follow these steps:

  1. Fill out this google form to register your facility
  2. Sign the waiver and send it to
  3. You will receive an email from us.  Activate your account, then order our 3D printed products, free of charge!
  4. Please look through our Sanitization Instructions, Face Shield Assembly Instructions, and  How to Attach an Elastic


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