TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) — Families in the Troy School District donated hundreds of supplies to health care workers at Beaumont Hospital, the district announced Monday.
Troy School District posted to Facebook photos of masks, mostly N95 masks, wipes, sanitizer and other items that were all boxed up and taken to Beaumont Hospital to help health care workers in the fight against COVID-19 (coronavirus).
The district said families donated some of the materials at the beginning of the school year and the items were intended for use in school clinics and for food service.
In total, 36 masks, 1,434 containers of disinfecting wipes, 636 bottles of hand sanitizer and 93 boxes of gloves were donated to Beaumont Hospital.
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