Thanks to Kate Russell Photography, Paul Feathericci, and August Ortega for producing this video of some of MAKE Santa Fe’s work during the pandemic.

Welcome to MAKE Santa Fe’s SARS-COV-2 response efforts. Over the past few months, we’ve undertaken a number of initiatives.

1. We’ve worked with our our members and community volunteers to produce cloth-with-filter “surgery-style” masks for organizations and service groups in need.

2. Utilized our manufacturing equipment and facility, under rigid safety protocols, to distribute mask kits and receive finished masks, and to 3d print and laser cut faceshield components, suitable for healthcare workers and first responders.

3. Coordinated with City of Santa Fe to ensure efficient distribution of these supplies to the most urgent needs.

4. Coordinated with MEOW WOLF, FabLabHub, Santa Fe Community College, Christus St. Vincent’s, and others to ensure uniform, quality production of items that meet the needs of our frontline workers.

We’ve been supported in our efforts by the Santa Fe Community Foundation and the PNM Resources Fund. The City of Santa Fe has paid for material cost of products donated to its emergency response.

We are now selling face shields to help support MAKE Santa Fe and its mission to support makers and creators in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico.

Buy Face Shields for a materials/manufacturing donation of $12.50 each.

If you represent an organization or group in need of PPE or other safety innovations, GO HERE.

If you want to volunteer to help, GO HERE.

If you want to support our efforts and help pay for the cost of materials, GO HERE.