These are some of the masks made by Barbara Cornell, Martha Friedman, and Van Thompson.
3/20 (20) N95 mask covers to Niece/Nephew medical professionals in NY and VA
3/29 (20) masks to Assisted living Coral Springs
3/31 (22) N95 mask covers to UF Health The Villages® Hospital East Campus
4/1 (10) flat masks to UF Health The Villages® Hospital East Campus.
4/8 (6) masks to Harbor Chase at Villages Crossing Assisted living
4/9 (15) masks to Willow Creek Assisted living
4/10 (4) masks to Harbor Chase at Villages Crossing Assisted living
4/13 (20) masks to Dept of Veterans Affairs Bay Pines, Florida
5/11 (15) masks to Bayshore Memory Care,Naples, Florida 34109
The email from Bayshore Memory Care
” Good afternoon,Your beautiful cloth masks arrived today and we so appreciate receiving them. Our dear Memory Care residents of Bayshore continue to be free of the virus and it’s because of wonderful groups and people like you who have made the cloth masks for our resident’s. You will be receiving a hand written thank you note soon. Many thanks to the One World, One Dream: club. We are forever grateful.
Nancy R.Bayshore Memory Care| Director of Sales and Marketing”
5/12 (30) masks to Twin Cities Pavilion Assisted Living, Niceville, Florida 32578
5/18 (15) masks to Franc for Meals on wheels in Venice FL
5/18 (30) masks Heritage Health Care, Tallahassee, Florida 32308
Thank you so much to the one world one dream peace organization for supplying us with the homemade mask. I apologize for the delay in this email as I have been swamped here at the facility.
On behalf of Heritage Health Care staff and residents we thank you for your generous donation.
5/19 ( 20) to The Navajo Nation is an American Indian territory covering about 17,544,500 acres, with population more than 170,000. Will be much delivery since they need so many masks
5/22 (20 N95 cover, 44 pleated masks) to The Navajo Nation
5/29 ( 70 N95 COVER masks) to The Navajo Nation , waiting for the reply from Attorney before send out
6/2 (50) masks to Volunteers of America of Florida – Clear Bay Terrace Apartments Clearwater, Florida 33755 , only 30 for now
6/4 (30) masks to Hand and wrist specialists West palm beach, Florida 33406
6/4 ( 70 N95 COVER masks) to The Navajo Nation
6/9 (need 105) masks to Volunteers of America Florida- Creekside Manor Apartments I and II Clearwater, Florida 33756, just delivery 40 masks
6/19 (need 35 Adult, 120 children) masks to Marjorie Olsen Early Head Start Center Children’s Home Society Cocoa, Florida 32922, just delivery 120 children mask and 20 Adult mask)
Dear Ms Van. Thank you so much for helping to keep Early Head Start children and Staff safe & healthy. Thank you so much for your kind donation of masks. They will help to keep us safe. God bless you !!!!Hely Matinez
6/26 (need 60) masks for Volunteers of America Florida- Creekside Manor Apartments I and II Clearwater, Florida 33756
Thank you and One World, One Dream: Peace, for your mask donations. I mailed out a thank you letter from our residents a couple of weeks ago; I hope you received it.We really love the masks and appreciate you all for your generosity.Also, thank you for helping to keep our Seniors safe! Stay healthy and be safe,
Thank you for the generous donation of face coverings, helping us to stay safe and healthy. Grateful Residents Creekside Manor I & IITaminka Arnold, BSW| Service Coordinator
6/26 Need 20 masks to Marjorie Olsen Early Head Start Center Children’s Home Society Cocoa, Florida 32922
6/29 ( as much as we can) to CareBag Inc. Port Saint Lucie , Florida 34952 , who provides proper hygeine to the homeless and indigent families in their community. On 6/30 we send to CareBag 87 masks. Thank you to Barbara Cornell and Linda Tretinik Wittenberg helping me in this project
July 6 (need 100 masks) Pray For The Homeless Outreach, inc. SANFORD, Florida 32771 Our goal is to deliver a free COVID mask to the homeless community in Central FL. She is very emotional when she heard that we will give her the masks. On July 10 we send to Sherita Russ 85 masks. Again Thank you to Barbara Cornell and Linda Tretinik Wittenberg helping the club in this project