The Mask Project

Uri L’Tzedek is supporting out-of-work immigrant mothers to make filtered cloth masks for vulnerable populations in the community, focusing primarily on the Navajo Nation, seniors, refugees, and asylees who don’t have access to this desperately needed piece of protection.

Through the kindness of your donations, our group of immigrant mothers will able to (safely) make 750 masks per worker per week.

If you would like to support this campaign, please donate here. And if you donate and you need a mask, please send us your address to and we will mail a mask to you. 

Stay safe and be kind. 


Delivering Masks to the Navajo Nation!

Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz: “The amazing immigrant moms did a terrific job & our first 1,500 Filtered-Cloth-Masks just arrived! We’re bringing them up to Navajo Nation now where they’re needed so desperately! Let’s keep going!”


Read about the Mask Project in the
Jewish News of Greater Phoenix! 


The Times of Israel:
Rabbi Shmuly on the launch of The Mask Project

Eddie Chavez Calderon Interviewed by ABC News 

The Mask Project Featured on Telemundo!

Which Mask Is Right For You?
A guide from The New York Times



Co-Founded by The Adam R. Bronfman Foundation
                                             and supported by The Puffin Foundation
The filtered cloth masks are not medical devices.
We advise that all proper precautions be taken as consulted with your medical professional.