Donate

We accept donations via our GoFundME fundraiser. Click here.

We accept donations at community events! We can accept donations with our credit card machine too, so no cash and or change is necessary, if that is an issue.

We accept Venmo, Paypal, check & cash donations. Cash and checks can be sent to my private address (please reach out for an address) and or be picked up by volunteers.

Donations FAQ:

Let’s address any questions that you may have about donating to Delmarva COVID-19 Crafters and Volunteers!

I would love to help you raise donations!

Awesome! We are looking currently for local businesses to either have “donation jars” for us or to potentially donate money and or materials. Anything is fruitful.

Do you accept non-monetary donations?

ABSOLUTELY! We accept items shipped to us, as well as material donations too! Anything helps!

We are NOT a non-profit so all donations made are not tax deductible.

All donations made will go towards to supplying materials to volunteers and offsetting the cost of this project. Shipping, plastic ziplock bags for masks, yarn, etc. are all major expenses unfortunately. Nothing has, nor will ever be sold, from this project.


Thank you for your support of Delmarva COVID-19 Crafters & Volunteers.

Every donation makes an impact, just like every mask makes a difference. We truly appreciate you!


Are you looking for a tax deductible donation instead?

Do you have the ability to donate generously? Our non-profit partners need help! Let’s talk about them!

Our goal here is simply to only raise enough donations to cover supplies. We have the ability to offer a fiscal sponsor for your donation – if needed. However we ask you to remember the organizations that are deeply in need.

We are proud to volunteer our time with so many local community organizations.

Thank you to our community leaders:

Tri Community Mediation has partnered with us to help distribute PPE to the Vulnerable Populations in our community and is a leading force in how we are able to connect with so many. They are working diligently to distribute PPE to those in need of our immigrant communities, as well as our Vulnerable Communities

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