3GC Group, as part of a volunteer and company network, establishes the Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM), providing masks to frontline healthcare workers

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The Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) provides critical masks directly to healthcare workers in dire need of protection as they deal with Covid-19 patients

The Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) provides critical masks directly to healthcare workers in dire need of protection as they deal with Covid-19 patients. It all started when, Henry Park, CEO of 3GC Group, was seeking masks for his wife, a pediatrician working with limited access to protective equipment. Gene Chuang, CTO of p.volve and founder of LA CTO Slackers, joined shortly there after, a fellow tech guy who’s wife is also a pediatrician.

After procuring a number of KN95 masks and contacting other frontline workers to deliver excess masks, a second effort to procure more masks began, continuing a cycle of fulfilling orders, and ordering more supplies. As more friends and partner companies heard of and volunteered to help with the expanding effort, from supply procurement to logistics, delivery, platform assistance, and vetting requests, a movement was born.

As of today, the Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) has 70 volunteers and 3 companies helping to coordinate a massive effort to continue providing life saving masks to the ever increasing number of frontline healthcare professionals in need.

The Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) is partnering up with other organizations who share the similar goals during this time of crisis, including Count On Me Family Foundation and SoCal Tech for SoCal Hospitals. The Guerrilla Mask Movements is collaborating with SoCal Tech for SoCal Hospitals to expand our reach and streamline operations. SoCal Tech for SoCal Hospitals is a partnership of tech leaders in southern California with a goal to supply 100k+ masks for the local hospital and healthcare worker community. Count On Me Family Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization focused on empowering and inspiring children through community partnerships, which has joined the fight against COVID-19 in these extraordinary times.

Today we have

  • 70+ agent volunteers, with more every day
  • 50+ healthcare professionals ordering on behalf of teams of frontline workers
  • Delivering to 41 unique healthcare facilities.
  • Delivered over 15,850 masks to date, with continuous shipments coming in (between socal tech and gmm)
  • 90k more masks to be donated in the next 4 weeks

While the movement began in Southern California, the Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) is working with volunteers and critical healthcare workers across the country, including well over 50 healthcare facilities represented by doctors, nurses, administrators, and anesthesiologists.

To volunteer, get involved, or partner, contact Robert Kabasa at rkabasa@3gcgroup.com

To donate to this effort, see https://www.gofundme.com/f/guerrilla-mask-movement.

If you’re a frontline healthcare professional in need of masks, contact ppe@3gcgroup.com

About 3GC Group
3GC Group is an IT consulting firm with a unique approach to IT planning and implementation. 3GC Group looks at IT as a CIO would, understanding it is not myopic departments or platforms, but hyperopic ecosystems that live and thrive together. Technology services solve unique challenges and capitalize on new opportunities. From roadmaps and adoption to project deployment and lifecycle management, 3GC brings years of experience to help companies design, orchestrate, and manage technology environments today and into the future.

About Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM)
The Guerrilla Mask Movement is a non-profit network of companies an volunteers brought together to create a supply of masks delivered directly into the hands of frontline healthcare workers during this unprecedented time of crisis.

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