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Successful Protective Equipment Drive Inspires Additional Dates

Post Date:04/15/2020 1:46 PM

Thanks to the generosity of our community, the April 11 mask and glove collection event was a great success. Longmont CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and City of Longmont Recreation Center staff collected:

Public Safety Mask, Glove Event· 5,280 non-latex gloves (new in box)
· 55 N95 masks (new in box)
· 20 surgical masks
· 14 pairs of ski goggles
· 1 package of shoe covers
· 2 sets of scrubs
· 375 handcrafted masks

The City thanks Rabbit Hill Graphics, which provided signage for the event, as well as Your Butcher Frank and Jonny’s of Longmont, which graciously provided lunch to our volunteers.

Because of the success of this first event, Longmont Recreation and Senior Services staff and CERT volunteers will host four additional mask and glove drives to benefit Longmont’s senior citizens and vulnerable adults, Meals on Wheels volunteers, and first responders, among others. These events will be held in the parking lot of the Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road, from 10 am to 2 pm on the next two Wednesdays – April 22 and 29, and the next two Saturdays – April 25 and May 2.

The drive-up event accepts donations of homemade fabric masks, masks intended for commercial use (N95, KN95, FFP2, surgical masks), goggles that seal to the face, face shields, non-latex, and nitrile gloves. We ask that items other than homemade fabric masks be in new condition and in original packaging.

Please enter the Recreation Center from the east driveway and drop off in the circular drive in front of the building. You will then exit from the west driveway. Donors will not need to leave their vehicles to donate. You may view and print the donation form before arriving at the drive.

If you have specific questions regarding donations, call 303-651-8411 or email

The Longmont Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a volunteer program that works to prepare residents in the event of an emergency. For more information about this team, visit and search “CERT.”

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