Submitted by Whatcom Unified Command

In March, Whatcom Unified Command established a Donation Center to receive and distribute vital materials. Citizens immediately responded to meet the need. “This community is amazing,” said Wally Kost, WUC Logistics Section chief. “The outpouring of response in the first month of the pandemic got us over the hump.” 

Photo courtesy: Whatcom Unified Command

Since that time, regular supply chains have been reestablished for healthcare and other agencies for PPE and other needs. As well, initial competition for supplies locally has diminished as more normal purchase patterns resumed. As a result, the WUC Donation Center will be decommissioned at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 17.

While the Donation Center will close, a series of ballot boxes designated as drop-off sites for hand-sewn masks remain open, including a new location in downtown Bellingham.

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