City of Flint Giving Free Masks to Churches and Small Businesses
On Friday, Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced a new program to distribute masks to churches in Flint.
Churches and houses of worship will now be able to get free masks thanks in part to a donation from the Mott Foundation. The Mott Foundation donated two million masks for the Flint Community and around 100,000 of those masks are now available for churches in the City of Flint.
The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan has stepped up to be the lead organization when it comes to the distribution of the masks. This is all apart of the City's effort to ensure that community organizations have all the supplies they need to keep everyone safe. Small businesses in the city will also be able to get some of the donated masks as well.
For those churches, houses of worship, and small businesses that are looking to requests some masks, click here for more information. You will be asked to fill out a small form for your church or business with relevant information such as organization name, number of masks requested, location, etc.
Free masks are also available for residents and families in the City of Flint by visiting any of the city's Help Centers. Simple stop by the following Help Centers for more information on masks, bottled water, and food distribution:
- Bethel United Methodist Church at 1309 N. Ballenger Highway on Mondays from 10 am until 2 pm.
- Asbury United Methodist Church at 1653 Davison Road on Tuesdays from 10 am until 2 pm.
- Greater Holy Temple Church of God in Christ at 6702 N. Dort Highway on Thursdays from 10 am until 12:30 pm.
Source: City of Flint