United Way of the Brazos Valley to Distribute
11,000 Free Facemasks During Drive-Thru Distribution Event
Information provided by United Way of the Brazos Valley
United Way of the Brazos Valley will give away free face masks during its second drive-thru distribution event on Wednesday, Jul. 15, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Approximately 11,000 face masks will be distributed by the United Way of the Brazos Valley, including surgical masks donated by Brazos County Emergency Management and N95 masks donated by Lowe’s Home Improvement.
The United Way of the Brazos Valley distributed approximately 10,000 face masks at its previous distribution event held on Jul. 1.
The free face masks will be distributed in bundles of five, starting with bundles of N95 masks while supplies last. Limit of one facemask bundle per car, while supplies last.
Residents can pick up a face mask bundle on Wednesday, Jul. 15, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Veterans Park, 1301 Harvey Rd., College Station, TX 77802.
Drivers are asked to enter on Veterans Parkway from University Drive and follow the signs to pick up their face mask bundle. Drivers are then asked to exit Veterans Park on Harvey Road.
There is no cost, registration or identification requirement to receive a free face mask bundle. Residents do not need to leave their car to receive a bundle as United Way of the Brazos Valley staff and volunteers will be on hand to pass bundles through the passenger window.
United Way of the Brazos Valley fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Brazos Valley. They work to strengthen the community by identifying issues facing the Brazos Valley, engaging individuals to build strategies and mobilizing resources to invest in change. United Way invests through Community Impact Grants to local nonprofit organizations and investment initiatives including 2-1-1 Texas, Youth Leadership Cabinet, Early Literacy programs and the Financial Stability Innovation Fund.
To support the United Way of the Brazos Valley and to learn more about their impact in the community, visit www.uwbv.org.