Sewing 100 Masks for Austin Disaster Relief Network
We're still in operation! But we are working remotely. No office appointments right now.
And in light of the urgently needed face masks for caregivers, essential workers and food pantries - we worked shorter hours to sew masks for the Austin Disaster Relief Network. We asked for 10 kits and also donated fabric, materials and sewed extra masks.
We're still busy working! And we're helping our community during this difficulty with Covid-19. TNW Creations sewed over 100 masks for Austin Disaster Relief Network.
We started April 19th. By the time we were done in early May, we had sewn and donated over 100 masks.
It was a rewarding feeling to know we were helping keep people protected during this tough time.
I've been programming, designing, writing and publishing professionally online since 1995. I've worn many hats throughout my life, but the common core of my career has always been media. Besides theportfolio you see on TNW Creations, my internet presence has been substantial for over 2 decades. In 1995, while still in college, I founded TNW Creations and became part of the grassroots development for teaching the Lakhota language online. By 2004, my bilingual work was listed on many sites, including National Geographic , Encarta and Touchstone Pictures Hidalgo. When I'm not developing and writing, you'll find me managing MagicStoryLand.Com, creating kid-friendly game & video content, investigating and initating hostile website takedowns, posting salty articles about cyber threats, moderating UnifyLife.Org and enjoying my community, church & family.