Person Spreading Arms and Breathing Fresh Air Above Yosemite Valley by Jason Hogan - Full Landscape

Donate to Clean Air for All

Everyone deserves a breath of fresh air. You can help.

Clean, healthy air is critical for our well-being, learning, and overall quality of life. We want to make cleaner indoor air a reality for everyone, and you can help!

For millions of people—including students and teachers, individuals living with immune compromised health conditions, and many others—clean indoor air is not the norm. We place a great emphasis on safeguarding at-risk groups, including Black, LatinX, LGBTQIA+, tribal communities, and the elderly, who are disproportionately affected by respiratory illnesses.

While many people are becoming less concerned about COVID, we are seeing an uptick in requests for free masks and air purifiers as more people learn about our program and experience increased risks from toxic wildfire smoke and airborne viruses like RSV and the flu.

You make a difference—Thanks to your support, Project N95 donated nearly 300 simple, low-cost air purifiers to schools in underserved communities in 2023. Thank you for helping make Clean Air for All a reality.

Project N95 is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization that empowers people and communities by enabling equitable access to healthy air.

Michigan United has committed to expanding access to COVID-19 support resources, vaccine education, and vaccines to BIPOC, immigrant, low-income, and working families across Michigan. With the continued support of partners like the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights and Project N95, we look forward to making virus mitigation a component of our outreach efforts in the diverse communities we serve across Michigan.

— Michigan United

Thanks to Project N95, not only has mask distribution helped reduce the local spread of COVID-19 in Latino and poor communities, but have also helped reduce pesticide exposure to those surrounded by agricultural lands, to farmworkers during wild fire season, and to those with respiratory health conditions during poor air quality days.

— Bianca G. Lopez
Co-Founder/Project Director
Valley Improvement Projects (VIP)