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The Need for PPE

With winter coming and COVID-19 cases on the rise, the need for PPE and other necessary medical supplies has never been greater. Rural communities are impacted by strained budgets and overburden supply chains but with your support, our non-profit partner Project C.U.R.E., can help distribute supplies to those who need them. With every purchase, you will receive one of our sustainable products as well as helping to provide additional PPE and medical supplies to those areas that need it most. See how a simple purchase can go so far.

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About The Project

Covering Health is a collaboration between Project C.U.R.E. a nonprofit organization and Allmade Apparel founders, Ryan Moor and Denver based, Superior Ink Printing. Project C.U.R.E.’s mission is to provide medical supplies and training to rural areas of the world. Annually, Project C.U.R.E. ships over 200 containers of medical supplies and equipment worldwide while raising funds so they are  able to donate over $100,000,000 of life saving necessities to those in need. 

As COVID-19 started to spread throughout the country, the organization expanded its mission to also collect and distribute PPE and medical equipment to rural and underserved communities in the US. Project C.U.R.E. partners with Angels Flight, a nonprofit and volunteer based flight organization who finds pilots to donate their time, plane, and gas to fly these supplies to rural areas. Project C.U.R.E. 's CEO Douglas Jackson connected with Allmade Apparel, an eco friendly apparel manufacturer, to request donations of Allmade’s reusable and organic Allmask to serve their growing need for high quality PPE domestically. Ryan and Dom saw the opportunity to involve you and the community to not only donate masks, but to raise awareness and additional money to help further the cause of Project C.U.R.E.’s life saving mission. 

With every order, you not only get a high quality and sustainable product that you can wear, you can donate both sustainable and reusable PPE to those who need them and the funds go directly to Project C.U.R.E. to help fund their life saving mission.