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Los Angeles-Based Front Signs Seeking Donations for Face Shields to Needy Hospitals Nationwide
Using their extensive knowledge of printing and sign-making, Front Signs have ceased their regular sign-making operations in favor of manufacturing high quality face shields – of their own design – for hospital workers and first responders to defend against contaminated aerosols.
The flip-up, reusable shields are made of scratch proof PET, have adjustable head straps, and are foam padded for added comfort during long-term use. When used along with medical masks, they safeguard the entire face and virtually eliminate the potential for infection.
Front Signs have made it their mission to donate face shields to hospitals all over the United States, and are currently utilizing all proceeds from customer purchases towards their production and donation efforts (https://safetymask.biz). However, they are looking for assistance from the public to help support this worthy cause, according to Front Signs CEO Gevorg Hambardzumyan.
"Whatever difficult times we face, we need to keep going and fight for our health," he said. "We're glad to make a small contribution to help our doctors reduce the risks of getting infected with the coronavirus."
If you're interested in helping healthcare workers nationwide – the true heroes of this pandemic – then please consider making a small face shield purchase and become a donor by clicking on the following link: https://www.frontsigns.com.
By making a face shield purchase, you're not only protecting yourself and your loved ones, but you're also helping healthcare workers in hospitals across the country to save lives while selflessly risking theirs in the process.
Front Signs is completely transparent with their efforts, and to that end they are continuously posting updates on their website regarding how donated funds are being utilized, including the names of hospitals being assisted and the number of face shields donated to them.
So far, Front Signs have donated hundreds of face shields to hospitals in Los Angeles County suffering from PPE shortages; however, they plan to expand to other locations and organizations throughout the nation based on necessity. Your important donations will help those brave souls on the front lines of COVID-19 get through this pandemic and emerge safely on the other side.
Page Updated Last on: May 07, 2020