Mask Gibsonville

Help Mask Gibsonville — UPDATED

Looking for a way to help our community?

Do you have extra fabric and time to donate?

We know many people want to help, and we want to connect you with those who need it. We originally launched “Mask Gibsonville” to help provide for town employees.  Since then, we have received great feedback and enough masks to fill our need.  The Town was also able to secure mask sources to make sure employees are safe.  However, there are still those in our community who could use a donated mask.  Local businesses struggling to adjust to new restrictions, seniors, and other high-risk residents in Gibsonville are still looking for masks. The library is still accepting donated masks and will distribute them to those who need them.

How to make masks:

The CDC has provided a simple pattern or template for sewing your own masks at home, available here: CDC Mask Template

The New York Times shared a pattern that is a bit more advanced, including pin tucks and fabric ties, available here:  NYT Mask Template

How to donate masks:

When your masks are finished, please place them in a sealed ziploc-style bag and deposit them in the library’s outdoor bookdrop.  Library staff will distribute them to town employees.  Thank you!


Gibsonville Public Library
506 Church Street
Gibsonville, NC 27249


Friday:  9:00AM–5:00PM
Saturday:  9:00AM–3:00PM


Phone: 336-449-6455
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