Collaborative Effort Between Warren Hills Regional HS, Special Technical Services, and Mt. Olive HS
Senator Michael Doherty praised the Warren Hills Robotics Association (WHRA) for their efforts to raise $20,000 to assemble 10,000 face shields for first responders.
Sen. Michael Doherty praised the Warren Hills Robotics Association for their efforts to raise $20,000 to assemble 10,000 face shields for first responders. (CDC)
“In this tumultuous time, ordinary people are stepping up to the plate to do extraordinary things,” said Doherty (R-23). “We need all hands on deck to beat this virus.
“WHRA’s proactive approach will help keep our medical personnel safe from COVID-19. To all donating and participating – thank you for your lifesaving endeavors.”
The materials for the masks have been ordered. They will be made by specifications from The Johns Hopkins Health System.
WHRA, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, has raised more than $6,000 out of their $20,000 to help fund this project. They are partnering with Warren Hills Regional High School, Special Technical Services (STS) in Hackettstown, and Mt. Olive High School.
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