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There are twenty-two Native American communities within our diocese and they have asked for help. They need masks. If you feel called to respond in this way, gather the masks you have made, mark on the outside of the package the number of masks and mail them to:

Council for Native American Ministry

The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
114 W. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1406

If you’re unable to mail them contact Deacon Sarah Getts and she will arrange for them to be collected from you.

*Scroll down to watch a mask making tutorial!*

Help Make Masks for Central Arizona Episcopal Coalition of Habitat for Humanity!

Safety masks are needed for the small crews that will be on our build sites! To help keep proper safety measures, we are needing 3 masks per person, bringing us to a total of just over 500.

Here’s how it works:

Please RSVP the number of masks you plan to make to andrea@habitatcaz.org

Complete the masks by Friday, May 8*
Drop the masks off at either:

Peoria Office9133 NW Grand Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345 – 623.583.2417

Phoenix Office115 E Watkins St, Phoenix, AZ 85007 – 602.268.9022


*Please note their offices plan to re-open by Monday, May 4. To ensure an office is open prior to delivery, we recommend calling the office first. If this date can’t be met, let us know and we can work through it.


We really appreciate your help and support of our mission! While it may look a little differently right now, it is just as important and just as much appreciated.

For questions, please contact Habitat for Humanity directly (shown above) or Deacon Susie Parker. Scroll down to watch her mask making tutorial!

Mask Making Tutorial

Image by Sarah on Unsplash 

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