WashMasks works to provide care, creative joy, and community to Washington farmworkers, their families, and other BIPOC rural communities.
WashMasks is an all-volunteer mutual aid consisting of artists, classroom teachers, public school administrators, and the extended arts community from across Washington State. The communities we work with deserve support, dignity, and advocacy.
Since its launch in May 2020, WashMasks has grown from a simple request for masks to a wide network of volunteers, crafters, and community organizers. We have provided wild fire relief, bilingual books, school supplies, toys, and infant care goods to migrant farmworkers and their families.
Read our impact report to learn more about our first year of joyful activism and what lies ahead!