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The Design Companies Helping With Coronavirus Relief Efforts
The design industry, never known for sitting idle, has come together stronger than ever to help utilize resources during this unprecedented and unique crisis. Many brands have pivoted to assist hospitals, health-care workers, essential employees, and many more by utilizing bleach resistant fabrics, spacious factories, and experienced manpower.
Amidst these complicated circumstances, ELLE DECOR wants to celebrate an industry that always has an admirable strength and innate belief to give back to the community. Here are just a few examples of companies that are making a difference.
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Hinkley is giving away 500 ceiling fans to frontline heroes. Spread the love by adding some extra comfort to their homes, since they’ve allowed us to shelter in place safely. Nominate your local hero and share their story. Nominate Here
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2) Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is very grateful to the medical personnel and first responders who are doing everything they can to keep us safe during these unprecedented times. Thanks to their incredible team of sewers, they have been able to pivot their production from crafting upholstery to making non-surgical masks and gowns for workers on the front lines. As a home furnishings brand that has been socially minded since 1989, they want to do their part and use their manufacturing facility and resources to make protection for those courageously fighting this virus. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
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3) Sherwin-Williams Paints
Sherwin-Williams has donated paint and more than 250,000 pieces of personal protective equipment, such as N95 masks, protective gloves and coveralls to hospitals and first responders. Pictured here is a donation of 150 gallons of paint to support the conversion of the Chicago Convention Center, McCormick Place, to an Emergency Hospital. Sherwin-Williams
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To help during the coronavirus pandemic, California based luxury bedding producer E.S. Kluft & Company has designed Aireloom® medical beds and cotton face masks. Thousands of these face masks will be donated to healthcare workers, medical facilities, and retail partners to protect their workers once stores reopen.
If an organization is in need of medical beds and/or face masks, send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Aireloom and their products, visit Aireloom
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During these challenging moments, Molteni Group is supporting the local hospitals in the opening of new departments, entirely dedicated to COVID-19 patients discharged from the hospitals. Molteni