We’re asking the citizens of Sandpoint to work together to keep the community safe. On this website, you will find suggestions to help keep yourself and the community safe and healthy, how-to information on making masks, places to drop off finished masks as well as extra supplies, and contact information for various people in the community who you may contact for more information.
Click here to read NPR’s article on how nylon stockings may increase your masks effectiveness!
If you or a family member are on the autism spectrum, or have tactile sensitivity, you may not like wearing a face mask. This Idaho company is selling face masks made from satin. They are double layered, with a pocket for a filter. Click here to learn more!
|PHD Diabetes Prevention Program||16 Masks|
|Clark Fork||40 Masks|
|Salon Lux||10 Masks|
|Vivint Sales Team||10 Masks|
|Boden Architecture||10 Masks|
|State Forrest Service||180 Masks|
|Bonner County Courthouse||150 Masks|
|Panhandle Health||7 Masks|
|Lifecare Center||5 N95 & 6 Cloth Masks, 35 gowns|
|Lakeview Funeral Home||6 Masks|
|Caribou PT||10 Masks|
|North County Electric||10 Masks|
|SuperOne Foods||120 Masks|
|Personal Use||8 Masks|
|Sandpoint SuperDrug||50 Masks|
|Heart Clinics Northwest||10 Masks|
|Bonner County Food Bank||29 Masks|
|Valley Vista Care||25 Masks, 6 Gowns|
Contact us if you are able to donate finished masks and/or materials!