Pullman community donates more than 150 homemade masks to city officials

Pullman Masks

PULLMAN, Wash. — Members of the Pullman community responded to the City’s need for protective face masks in a big way.

Pullman Police told 4 News Now more than 150 handmade fabric masks were dropped off to police and other city personnel.

Pullman Police initially reached out to the community in a Facebook post, asking for face mask donations. “As we continue to provide the services that you have come to expect, health and safety are our top priority,” the post read. “We appreciate any contributions that our community members may be able to make toward our efforts to keep our personnel, and our public, as safe as possible.”

Police said they have plenty of masks at this time, but will let the community know if needs change.