Protective Gear & Healthcare Supplies
Masks and health supplies for vulnerable communities.
265,000 face masks distributed
22,500 COVID-19 care kits distributed to Angelenos experiencing street homelessness in Skid Row
3,000 3D-printed Face Shields
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Spring and Summer of 2020, the Mayor’s Fund supported the distribution of reusable face masks within immigrant communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, launched a pilot with the LAPD Community Safety Partnership Bureau to distribute face masks to adults and children across the city, collaborated with local companies to 3D-print face shields for hospitals, and partnered with small businesses and nonprofits to produce and and distribute protective equipment for unhoused and low-income Angelenos.
Logistics Victory LA (LOVLA)
Port of Los Angeles Department
Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
Mayor’s Office of Economic Development
American Institute of Architects + University of Southern California
5 local businesses producing personal protective equipment
9 community-based organizations
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