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Refugee clients of Sew REDI Buffalo are sewing non-medical-grade washable face masks, which they’re donating to Hospice.

Sew REDI Buffalo is a volunteer non-profit organization that teaches sewing skills to refugees.  It was formed from a Canisius Enactus team project and is directed by Patricia Hutton, emerita professor of economics.

In addition to donating the masks to Hospice, Sew REDI is selling masks for $8.00 to individuals via the Buffalo Women’s Consortium (BWC).  Click here if you’re interested in purchasing.

Sew REDI Buffalo is donating fabric and its sewers are working hard, and recruiting others, to try to meet demand.

Submitted by: Patricia Hutton, emerita professor, Economics