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"And gowns have full-length sleeves and are obviously full-length down to the ground and if you wear them backwards it gives you the high-rising collar line around the neck " he said People who want to donate graduation gowns can go on the Gowns4Good website and find a local health care center to which they can send gowns directly Moore Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

Greenwich's GraduationSource donates gowns to health

Many in the Class of 2020 as well as past graduates can donate graduation gowns to front-line medical care workers who need protective gear Currently Reading Greenwich's GraduationSource donates gowns to health care workers to use as PPE

These gowns are more than just a graduation gown They're a history You look at them and you can see they're from all different time periods different colors and lengths she said They speak a story and these people were willing to donate them to our health care workers to keep them safe

Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

"And gowns have full-length sleeves and are obviously full-length down to the ground and if you wear them backwards it gives you the high-rising collar line around the neck " he said People who want to donate graduation gowns can go on the Gowns4Good website and find a local health care center to which they can send gowns directly Moore

Moore said that while medical workers have turned to garbage bags and other alternatives for PPE graduation gowns are a more effective solution because of their length sleeves and easy zipper access Health care workers can wear them backwards

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Nonprofit repurposing graduation gowns for health care workers (SunJournal 4/24/20) Bay Path alum helps protect medical personnel with 'Gowns4Good' (The Reminder 4/22/20) Graduation gowns being collected to help PPE shortage (Denver7 4/21/20) Also covered by: Fox17 Fox47 Gowns4Good: How one Bay Path alum is making a difference for front line healthcare workers (WWLP-22News

Consider donating your old graduation gown to help healthcare workers Medical facilities lacking PPE are using anything they can - even makeshift trash bag gowns! Whether new or in the back of your closet donate a graduation gown to help protect healthcare workers

Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

These gowns are more than just a graduation gown They're a history You look at them and you can see they're from all different time periods different colors and lengths she said They speak a story and these people were willing to donate them to our health care workers to keep them safe

Across the country health care workers are in need of personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect them in the fight against COVID-19 the respiratory infection caused by the novel coronavirus And across the country thousands of high school and college seniors will not be able to walk at graduation this year due to the coronavirus pandemic -- meaning thousands of graduation gowns will go

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Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

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"And gowns have full-length sleeves and are obviously full-length down to the ground and if you wear them backwards it gives you the high-rising collar line around the neck " he said People who want to donate graduation gowns can go on the Gowns4Good website and find a local health care center to which they can send gowns directly Moore

Donate Graduation Gowns to Health Care Workers Posted on May 7 2020 In the fight against COVID-19 healthcare workers worldwide are lacking personal protective equipment (PPE) They have had to turn to using garbage bags and bed sheets for makeshift gowns and masks How can we help? Gowns4Good will be up-cycling graduation gowns in order to protect our healthcare workers Graduation gowns

Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

Rather than letting his graduation gown go to waste Moore who is a physician assistant decided to repurpose it as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic That decision inspired the 30-year-old to launch Gowns 4 Good an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE

You can donate used or unused graduation gowns to protect health care workers ️ With most of the 2020 graduations gone virtual Nathaniel Moore a physician assistant and graduating MBA student at the University of Vermont wondered if there was a way to repurpose those graduation gowns as personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers

Why graduation gowns? The PPE Shortage Problem: Medical facilities are lacking personal protective equipment (PPE) in the fight against COVID-19 Healthcare workers are using anything they can to protect themselves and their patients — even trash bags The Graduation Gown Solution: Graduation gowns are more effective than other PPE alternatives given their length sleeves and easy zippered

Gowns4Good co-founded by Taran Catania '13 and Nathaniel "Than" Moore above coordinates the donation of graduation gowns to health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic where the gowns may be used as alternative personal protective equipment Moore is an emergency medicine physician assistant in the University of Vermont Medical Center