Nashville-based companies Only One Tailoring and Fior Bespoke are helping to supply hospitals and other healthcare organizations with much-needed masks, to aid in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The masks are based on designs from the CDC and Vanderbilt Medical Center. So far, the initiative has made more than 60 masks for Skyline Medical Center’s ER to use for doctors and nurses treating COVID-19 positive patients, as well as supplying 60 masks each for Saint Thomas Hospital, Vanderbilt Medical Center, and more than 200 masks for nursing facilities in Western Kentucky.
The company is asking for donations to help create more masks and has raised more than $13,000 to date. Only One Tailoring owner Aaron McGill (who’s mother Cindy McGill, worked at the Opry for many years working in alterations) is one of several people heading up the initiative. Others include Ashleigh Prince, artist manager Alicia Jones, Charles Bass, and tailor Loretta Harper.
Among those supporting the initiative are Chris Young, Bobby Bones, Jake Owen and others.
To donate, or to request masks, click here.
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