We hope this email finds you well! One of Acting Up’s set build volunteers is the President of the Cincinnati Woodworking Club, and has organized an N95 mask collection for local hospitals currently facing a shortage due to the pandemic. Acting Up keeps N95 masks in our shop, which we will be donating, and is hoping some other area theaters may also have masks to donate!
Please see the note below from the Cincinnati Woodworking Club, and note the drop-off points around town. If you have masks, but cannot get them to a drop-off location, please email Acting Up at ActingUp@ActingUp.com:
The Cincinnati area hospital systems are in desperate need of supplies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. http://www.hamiltoncountyohioema.org/donations-needed-during-covid-19/
As a club, we want to help by donating any N95 masks that you might have. Open, but unused, or new boxes of masks are being accepted. They will be UV sterilized prior to use. We have set up a few neighborhood collection points. Please drop off your supplies prior to Thursday evening. Each donation will have a box outside — you do not need to contact anyone at the home.
The following are the collection points:
John Libbert SE
5565 Wild Rose Ln. Milford, 45150. Front porch is covered and a box will be on one of the chairs near the front door.
Herb Retzsch Northwest group.
6321 Anthony Drive, Hamilton, OH 45011. Box will be on the front porch.
Larry Saupe SE
7776 Shadowleaf Ln
Cincinnati, OH 45247
(White Oak / Monfort Hts area)
Will Hartmann N central – Acting Up Affiliate
7817 Hedgewood Cir
Mason, OH 45040. Bin on front covered porch