About the Project
Project N95 was a 501(c)(3) organization made up of volunteers and staff dedicated to protecting and serving the most vulnerable people in our communities.
The Project N95 nonprofit shop has closed. It has been our honor to serve during this moment in history. Thank you for being a part of our journey.
To help you continue to access highly-protective, authentic masks, we have maintained a guide with a list of products that we have previously vetted. Each item has a link to a third-party website—not controlled or operated by Project N95—where you can purchase these products. These links are current as of January 31st, 2024.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What happened at Project N95?
- Why did you wind down operations?
- Where can I buy masks once the shop is closed?
- What if I need to get in touch with you?
The Project N95 shop has closed.
We also know many of you rely on our advice when identifying reliable respiratory protection. We have provided a purchasing guide of previously vetted items to help you find reliable protection.
Proceeds from the Project N95 shop and financial contributions from our donors were not sufficient to support our charitable mission. We have made the difficult decision to wind down operations and donate remaining inventory and funds in order to do as much good as possible with our limited remaining resources.
We know many of you rely on our advice to identify reliable respiratory protection. We have provided a purchasing guide of previously vetted items to help you find reliable protection.
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