Duncan Enterprises is leveraging their international partnerships and product-development capabilities to produce disposable face masks, alongside their other essential products, to donate to local organizations in need as a way to give back to their community during the coronavirus crisis.
The CDC has recently expanded its face mask regulations to include handmade masks, read more here, and professional-grade masks such as these coming from Duncan Enterprises. When the company learned that the Community Medical Centers were in need of donations for such materials as well, they acted quickly to help.
“Our professional-grade face masks are made using high-quality materials aimed to help safeguard you and others against the spread of germs, allergens, and illness. Our goal is to make a difference in our community’s health and wellbeing.” - Larry Duncan, Chairman of Duncan Enterprises
As of April 13th the company has donated 2,500 masks to CMC and the week of April 20th will donate 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer. By the end of April, they will also have select inventory available to the public and other local businesses for purchase.
“As a family-owned business since 1946 in the Central Valley, Duncan Enterprises wanted to utilize its resources to provide coronavirus relief to its family, friends, and neighbors.” - Larry Duncan, Chairman of Duncan Enterprises
For more information on this initiative, visit www.Duncan.Care