A King of Prussia small business is helping health care workers who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis by making face shields for hospitals, writes Nicole Borocci for 6abc.
Slay Displays usually makes arrangements for special events. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company decided to voluntarily shift gears and start making the face shields that help protect doctors and nurses.
The company has already produced and dropped off 300 face shields to hospitals in the area.
Its employees are currently working on producing another thousand shields, all of which will be donated once completed.
However, the company is now in need of more supplies to be able to keep up with the growing demand for this essential item.
To be able to purchase more materials, the company has started a crowdfunding campaign on GoFundMe. It has also invited residents who are able to donate to pitch in and help keep the health care workers in the community safer.
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