Marlin Medical Solutions today announced the donation and delivery of medical-grade masks to St. Philip’s School and Community Center.
“As we return to campus in a time of uncertainty, we are drawing upon guidance from local, national, and world experts, as well as feedback from our faculty, staff, community, and student families,” said Dr. Terry Flowers, Perot Family Headmaster of St. Philip’s School and Community Center. “We knew we would need to provide masks for some students and visitors to our campus and this donation ensures we have an ample supply on hand to address those needs.”
Marlin Medical Solutions is providing an initial donation of 12,000 masks. The company will remain in touch with the school throughout the academic year to replenish the mask supply, as needed.
“St. Philip’s School and Community Center is doing what it can to help keep students and teachers safe, but personal protective equipment is not on most families’ back to school shopping lists,” said Dave Marlin Edwards, CEO of Marlin Medical Solutions. “We wanted to make sure the school was able to provide masks for students and visitors who forget or are unable to provide their own.”