April 22 2020 0comment
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Did you know that your used silicon calking tube donations can make a difference in the shortage of PPE for our community?

Did you know that your used silicon calking tube donations can make a difference
in the shortage of PPE for our community?

As you are all aware, the shortage of PPE N95 masks has been a glaring issue in the wake of the current pandemic. It appears that we can all help with that shortage.

Corey Parker, Director of Barrow Academic Affairs, is requesting any and all used silicon caulking tubes, as this is the material that can be used by the Barrow Neurological Institute’s Innovation Center for making their 3D printed PPE N95 masks. Silicon receptacles are preferred, but any used caulk receptacles will work. I have included Corey’s contact info below, as you may contact him directly to donate receptacles. If you would like to return them to any of our various Alliance Lumber locations, I will personally deliver them to St. Joseph’s.

If you have some that you would like picked up, I can work with you on that as well.  Let’s do what we can, as a community, to ensure that our medical workers have what they need to care for others. Thank you very much for all of your help.

You can contact us by phone or email:,
John Kiley, directly at (602)541-4339, or Dave Bryant at (602)376-0740.

Other contact information:

Corey J. Parker, MPA
Director
Barrow Academic Affairs
cell: 773-457-8486

Barrow Neurological Institute
Dignity Health | St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center 350 W. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
602-406-3470

 

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