Updated: 5/6/21

Seattle Good Business Network members from Northwest Sewn and Seattle Made programs have been manufacturing, donating, buying, selling, and providing materials for the production of PPE/face masks. Many are also in need of materials and sewing resources. 

See below to find the resource you’re looking for, or find out how you can buy from and support these local businesses and initiatives!


Do you have materials or services for PPE production? Please fill out this FORM from NW Sewn. 

Impact Washington is sourcing protective face shields. If you are able to produce face shields please fill out this FORM.

If you are a company willing to shift gears and produce personal protective equipment (PPE) of any kind please let WA State know what you are able to produce by completing this FORM.

These organizations are connecting PPE supply with demand: Get Us PPE  and Project N95.

Sell PPE/face masks

Are you a local business selling to individuals or in bulk? Get listed on the Seattle Good Mask Marketplace by filling out this form!

If you have PPE items you manufactured and are able to sell to WA state please fill out this form.

Buy face masks and hand sanitizer from local manufacturers

Check out the Seattle Good Mask Marketplace featuring over 30 members from Northwest Sewn and Seattle Made programs who are making and selling masks and hand sanitizers both for personal use and in bulk. 

Free PPE for Local Businesses

If you and your employees need masks or face coverings Safe Start King County is distributing 1 million masks and face coverings at low or no cost to businesses. Masks can be picked up through free in-person, contact-less pickups, or online delivery is available with a shipping fee. Check out the details here.

Donate Unused PPE

Donate your unused masks (N95, KN95, P100, or surgical), anti-bacterial soap, sanitizing wipes, gowns, eye protection, and gloves here or here. 

Donate Materials

Seattle Good Business Network’s NW Sewn apprenticeship project partner, KAAS Tailored, is supporting the Providence 100 Million Masks Project, producing and providing poor and vulnerable persons personal protective equipment. 
Donate to Providence 100 Million Mask Project

Refugee Artisan Initiative has teamed up with medical professionals and clinics  to design and produce, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, gowns and other protective gear to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. Refugee Artisan Initiative’s mission is to transform the lives of refugee and immigrant women by providing sustainable work.
Donate to Refugee Artisan Initiative

Crafters Against COVID-19 Seattle are producing Seattle-area hospitals, nursing homes, and homeless response workers masks for themselves and patients. They are a group of Seattle artists, crafters, and sewers using their knowledge and newfound extra time to help.
Donate to Crafters Against COVID-19 Seattle

PPE Facebook Groups and Initiatives

100 Million Mask Project FB Group

Crafters Against COVID-19 FB Group  

Masks4AllLearn why wearing masks are important, how to make a mask at home, and more!

Support Seattle’s Makers

Purchase a bottle of our Seattle Made wine or grab a Seattle Strong postcard, hoodie, or t-shirt. Your purchase helps to support our diverse community of makers, strengthens the local economy, and helps keep Seattle Strong!

Help Support Our Mission

By supporting Seattle Good Business Network, you help support our work to build a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive local economy, and to help our local businesses when they need it the most. Learn about all the work we do here.

Thank You to Our Support Hub Sponsors

If you are interested in learning more about supporting our work or the Support Hub project please contact:
Erin Adams at gro.doogelttaes@nire, or 206.629.2346 x 1.