Under the leadership of three GDS student leaders—Jonah Docter-Loeb '20, Emily Scarrow '21, and Margaret Tilmes '20—PrintToProtect.org was born with the mission fo producing protective equipment for "those who protect us." The group organizes production and distribution of face shields from over 100 volunteers in the DC area to local medical professionals. They have donated more than 3,000 completed face shields and produced 5,000+ parts, and are on track to donate 10,000 by the end of the month. The Associated Press's Ashraf Khalil captured the story, which has now been picked up as a top-trending story by:
The New York Times
Washingtonian Magazine also ran its own piece this week.
UPDATE, April 26: The Washington Post
UPDATE, May 15: Good Morning America (GMA)
You can watch the video highlights of the AP story—and hear our eloquent students explain their missiob.
With thanks to their many supporters, including hotel Eaton DC, which has provided a workshop for the assembly team, and High School wrestling coach Josh Perelman, who has donated laser cutting services from his store, Trophy Mart.