While we had hoped that the dire need for PPE would have subsided in a few months, we recognize that this virus is still far from being contained. This pandemic, similar to the many systemic inequities present in the United States, does not affect everyone equally. Indigenous people, essential workers, Black and Brown communities, the immunocompromised, and other marginalized groups that continue to be neglected need our help to protect them and their loved ones.
What started out as a handful of students with an idea has grown into a bustling, intricate network of motivated individuals coming together to have a profound impact. As the pandemic and the needs of all affected continue to evolve, PPE4ALL is committed to evolving with, and for, communities across the country. We strive to support our communities, and we will need your help to do so—our network is our greatest advantage.