Mask Donations from Project N95 have ended
Part of our nonprofit mission was to provide equitable access to respiratory protection. We provided high-filtration masks to individuals to the extent allowed by our inventory. These donations were funded in part by the generosity of our donors and purchases in the Project N95 shop, as well as through donations from manufacturers and distributors. This program distributed more than 230,000 free masks to people in need.
To help you continue to access highly-protective, authentic masks, you can find a list of products that we previously vetted on our website. 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.
To find donated masks, consider checking with mask blocs, clinics, health-focused nonprofits, or your local health department. Some manufacturers also provide donations for nonprofit organizations.
Thank you for your support over the years. Stay safe and mask up!
Learn More About Masks
- N95 Masks
- KN95 Masks
- US High-Filtration Masks
Fully regulated by NIOSH as a workplace or medical device, N95s offer a very high level of protection and usually have head straps. They are good for healthcare workers and others concerned about exposure.
These are made to a Chinese self-attestation standard. KN95s are almost always a classic flat-fold shape that attaches with ear loops. These are great for the general public.
The US response to the consumer demand for high-filtration masks, these versions focus on comfort and convenience and usually attach with ear-loops. They good for members of the general public at all ages