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Life IVF Center receives 2,500 masks from Esino USA

Last week Esino donated 2500 masks to Life IVF Center. We hope these masks help support Life IVF Center in their mission to help families address infertility and achieve their family-building goals. The center provides individualized holistic IVF treatments for patients from around the world. They hope to enable everyone to have the opportunity to conceive with their own egg, especially patients of maternal age.

We are happy to provide support for Life IVF Center and the cause that they fight for. Please reach out to us if there is an organization you would like to support and nominate for Esino to donate PPE products to!

Esino Donates 2,600 Masks to JSerra High School

Students, parents, and faculty all over the world are making an effort to allow students to go back to school and take part of in-person instruction. The pandemic caused millions of students to resort to online instruction. JSerra is one of the first campuses in Orange County to open school with social distancing regulations, newly implemented safety measures, and PPE readily available for students.

Esino donated 2,500 masks to JSerra High School. We hope these masks will help keep faculty and students safe while they carry on instruction, athletics, and activities. Stay safe and stay socially distanced!

2,000 Masks Donated to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Somerset County Department of Health

Esino understands the risk that is presented by a shortage of masks and wanted to ensure those who truly need them are able to obtain them. Team members took a close look at organizations that were experiencing a shortage of PPE supplies, such as masks, and distributed these items to those organizations. These donations included 1,000 masks each to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerset and the Somerset County Department of Health, as well as over 1,000 masks to a number of individuals, smaller businesses and families who were in need. Esino will be distributing more masks and is asking anyone who may need them to contact them to make arrangements. To date, the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital already distributed just over 4,000 masks while providing education on COVID prevention methods at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset.

Esino strives to bring ideas to life through their innovative manufacturing solutions and ultra-responsive service to their customers. As their way of saying thank you to the community around them and to help support community members in this time of crisis, the company saw fit to take this important step to helping the individuals living and working in the area stay safe and healthy.