INNSBROOK, MO (May 18, 2020) – Over the last month, several Innsbrook residents and their neighbors spent many hours and days sewing over 1,000 cloth face coverings and masks for area front line medical workers, health department employees, resort employees and other agencies.
“This is another shining example of Innsbrook residents coming together to generously give time and resources to help our community. It all started with a couple of phone calls and our talented neighbors started sewing! We are overjoyed by this support and will be forever grateful to all those who participated. With their swift response, over 1,000 people are now able to work and interact with the public more safely,” said Innsbrook CEO and Chairman, Charlie Boyce.
These masks were donated to medical workers, and discharged patients at St.Luke’s Hospital, to nurses at SSM – Lake St. Louis and Children’s Hospital; to employees of the Warren County Health Department; to employees and volunteers at Agape Ministries in Warrenton; to a Special Ops team; and to Innsbrook employees.
Next, they plan to make a limited number of masks for their neighbors and fellow Innsbrook residents – in exchange for a donation to Agape Food Pantry. For more information about sewing or donating masks for first responders, and healthcare workers, please contact Karen Denson at 636-928-3366 ex. 9180.