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    Mar 31, 2020

    You can support the Crafters Against COVID-19 maks making expenses. 


    Mar 28, 2020
    IATSE C.A.R.E.S. (Coronavirus Active Response and Engagement Service) is a new initiative designed to provide support to our most at-risk, elderly, and/or disabled members during the COVID-19 crisis. This website will also be used to provide information about future Mutual Aid efforts from the IATSE.
    Mar 26, 2020

    Volunteer sewing medical masks.   Contact: Emily McLaughlin 887 E-Board,  emily.cleo@gmail.com

    Emily says: Many of us are already members of this FB group! Mask patterns, call out for volunteers, see where the masks are going- get crafty! Started by Candace Frank- its fantastic work and you can join in too!

    3/26/2020, 3:30pm

    AMAZING VOLUNTEER SEWERS! Here's an opportunity to use any cotton fabric and elastic you might have at home right now! Please see this link https://www.stopthebug.org/making-masks for patterns and more info. If you can get your finished masks (I talked to Charlie Austin, who wrote this post, and they will take any good cloth masks, no specifications) to them, great! If not, message me for help. Here's their call for help and address:

    "We are in dire need of N95 masks (or any cloth Masks) for our nursing staff here at the Kenney as well as gloves and PPE and are looking to the community to see if anyone has this equipment that they would be willing to donate to us. We have been working very hard to maintain the health of our residents and so far have been completely successful in keeping COVID-19 outside our doors. But in order to continue this level of safety for those living here we need to have access to masks, in particular, which are running in short supply.

    Please help us continue to keep them safe and healthy. If you have anything that you would be willing to donate to us, we would be ever so appreciative. Simply bring them to The Kenney, 7125 Fauntleroy Way SW. We have a circle drive at that address which drives right up to our front door. I, or one of our employees will greet you there and bring the donations inside to make sure we stay C-19 free.

    Thank you very much for your help in this stressful time and for helping us keep your parents and grandparents safe."

    Mar 25, 2020

    Suggestions for Facebook pages and groups offering support and information. 

    • Theatrical Wardrobe Local 887
    • IATSE Women's Committee
    • IATSE Young Workers (under 40)
    • IATSE Coronavirus Assistance
    • King County Creative

    Mar 26, 2020

    Dear Members,

    The IATSE Training Trust Fund is simplifying the application process for free LinkedIn Learning Subscriptions and TTF Safety First! Online Courses. Simply click the links below and fill out the online forms to apply for each program.

    LinkedIn Learning
    Click here to fill out the LinkedIn Learning application online 

    LinkedIn Learning is a self-guided learning platform with over 15,000 online courses on all types of topics and software. Free LinkedIn Learning Subscriptions are available to active IATSE members and those working under an IATSE agreement. Click here to learn more about LinkedIn Learning →

    TTF Safety First!

    Click here to fill out the TTF Safety First Online Courses application online →

    The TTF Safety First! Online Courses © promote safe working conditions by providing information, tools, and resources to recognize potential hazards and minimize risks. Case studies from the various crafts are included, making the curriculum relevant across the IATSE workforce. Click here to learn more about Safety First →

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