You’ve Been Counted!

We have received your mask donation form. Thank you!
Click here to submit another form.

Here are the next steps. Please make note of this information.


Drop-Off Masks

Click here for our map of MMC collection boxes.
There are boxes throughout the region. PLEASE CHECK! We are retiring some lesser used collection boxes and opening new ones all the time.

WASHINGTON, DC: NW, Columbia Heights and NW, Mount Pleasant
MARYLAND: Baltimore, Bethesda, Columbia, Germantown, Silver Spring, or Thurmont
VIRGINIA: Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn, Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax, Falls Church, Haymarket, Leesburg, McLean, Oakton, Purcellville, Round Hill, Sprinfield, Sterling, Vienna, or Woodbridge

In addition to the map link above, collection box information is updated on our mask collection page. The passcode is: masks2020

Mail Us Masks

Send your masks to us via mail:

Million Mask Challenge
4909 16th Road North
Arlington, VA 22207

Request a Pick-Up

If you requested a pick-up on the form, because you are homebound and have no other option, someone will contact you within 72 hours. Then it will take about a week to get a driver scheduled and out to you. We combine requests onto a route. Thanks for your patience.

Questions? Please contact:

Out-of-State Craftivists

We are based in the Washington, DC; Maryland, and Virginia region. If you are participating from another area, you may mail us your masks.

Or, you can donate to a regional sewing group.
Or you can find a hospital accepting near you.

Packaging Instructions

Place your items in a clear Ziploc bag.

Use black permanent marker to write:

  • Your Name
  • What’s in the Bag
  • Size of Masks
  • Quantity

Remember that if you are delivering yourself, you SHOULD include instructions that remind the user to wash all masks before wearing as an extra safety precaution. If we are delivering to providers for you, we will include instructions for you.

How To Package Masks

Local stay-at-home orders vary, but we believe pick up and delivery of masks and material to make them is permitted. While there is always uncertainty and the possibility of variance in enforcement, individuals and organizations seeking to reduce harm from COVID-19 are not the focus of local restrictions on movement.

Thank you again for participating in the Million Mask Challenge!

How to Help

Here are our current needs. Thank you for your support!

Follow Us

Follow Us - Link to Facebook Group

Share us and help us grow on
, Twitter and Instagram

Sew for Us

Sew for Us - Sign up to Volunteer

Commit to stitch on our
volunteer form.

Groups of sewists:
Email us to collaborate!

Share This