All residents can participate in this fulfilling activity. Face masks can be made with any breathable fabric that is machine washable. You can use old t-shirts for example.
There is also a method of making masks with sewing or without sewing. Residents who are adept at sewing would enjoy using their skills to create permanent face coverings for donations to their community or to local schools for example.
Masks that do not need sewing are less permanent, but are more easily made. These would be a perfect fit for residents without sewing skills or for residents with less than perfect hand-eye coordination.
The CDC explains how to create both styles of masks here.