Northeast Maglev has Maryland Covered with 20,000 Reusable Face Masks
2020 has been unprecedented, to say the least. These times have been trying for all members of our communities, but for some the pandemic and related economic impacts have hit harder than others.
In the face of COVID-19, the team at Northeast Maglev found it important to come together to make a difference in our communities. We are proud to be continuing our mission of providing local communities across Maryland with the supplies needed to protect themselves during this time.
We are proud to have had the opportunity to work alongside community leaders and local organizations to donate over 20,000 reusable face masks to communities in need. We are looking forward to continuing to partner with community leaders to provide communities throughout the region with support during this time.
Here is a list of the community groups that we are excited to have partnered with thus far.
The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square, Prince George’s County
The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square is a Baptist Community of Faith in Prince George’s County with more than 3,000 active members. Partnering with the Sanctuary in May, we were excited to hand out 1,200 washable masks and 1,000 meals to community members.
Prince George’s County High School, Graduation Event
Celebrating the Prince George’s County Class of 2020, we were happy to hand out masks and goodies to graduating high schoolers in May. Provided by the Northeast Maglev team, Carolina Kitchen’s southern delicacies proved a tasty treat! The students were sent off with delicious treats from Baltimore’s Midnite Confection’s Cupcakery!
Doctors Hospital & University of Maryland Prince George’s Medical Center
The team thanked frontline workers for all that they do in Prince George’s County. In June, we handed out meals and masks at Doctors Community Hospital in Lanham and University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly to show our appreciation.
The Cottage City Town Hall, Prince George’s County
The Town of Cottage City is a quiet community located along the Anacostia River in Prince George’s County. In June, our team worked alongside community leaders in this diverse town to distribute reusable masks to families that have been impacted by COVID-19.
Mt. Ephraim Baptist Church, Prince George’s County
Northeast Maglev is proud to have taken part in Mount Ephraim Baptist Church’s efforts in their community. Our team donated reusable masks to members of the church and residents in the area. We commend the leadership of Reverend Joseph Gilmore and Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus Chairman, Del. Darryl Barnes, and thank them for allowing our team to take part in the service initiatives.
First Baptist Church of Highland Park, Prince George’s County
In June, our team assisted the First Baptist Church of Highland Park during their food distribution service. Additionally, the team distributed 400 reusable masks.
Union Bethel AME Church, Baltimore County
In July, Northeast Maglev partnered with Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Adrienne Jones and Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Randallstown for their outreach event supporting area families during the pandemic. Northeast Maglev CEO Wayne Rogers led our team in donating 2,000 reusable masks to the church and community members.
St. Margaret of Scotland
The Northeast Maglev team was proud to be a part of St. Margaret of Scotland’s Catholic Church’s food distribution event, serving the Prince George’s community. Our team worked with State Senator Joanne Benson to hand out 500 of our reusable face masks.
Walker Mill Baptist Church
Walker Mill Baptist Church is devoted to providing the Prince George’s community with support in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We were able to work alongside Bishop Bandy Kennedy to donate hundreds of meals to members of the community. Northeast Maglev was able to donate 500 masks to support its outreach in the area.
United Communities Against Poverty in Capitol Heights (UCAP)
In August, members of our team alongside NAACP Prince George’s County President, Bob Ross, delivered 2,000 masks to the United Communities Against Poverty (UCAP) as a part of our outreach efforts.
Charles Herbert Flowers High School in Springdale, Prince George’s County
Northeast Maglev worked alongside State Senator Joanne Benson, State Delegate Andrea Harrison, and Prince George’s County Councilmember Jolene Ivey to participate in a food distribution event where we donated 500 masks to community members.
Transformation Church of Jesus Christ
This October, Northeast Maglev joined the Transformation Church of Jesus Christ in hosting a free voter registration event in Northeast Baltimore. Our team was proud to be a part of this successful event and to donate 400 masks to support the church’s outreach in the future.
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce
On October 5, a few of our team members met with President and CEO of The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Brent Howard, to donate 1,000 reusable face masks to the Chamber’s Small Business PPE Pickup Program. The program offers free personal protection equipment to small businesses across Baltimore County.
National Action Network
Northeast Maglev has worked alongside leaders from the National Action Network, the A. Phillip Randolph Institute Baltimore Chapter and Women on the Move to distribute 2,000 masks and register community members to vote during events throughout East and West Baltimore.
Ministers Conference of Baltimore & Vicinity
The Ministers Conference of Baltimore and Vicinity has provided churches across Baltimore City with the tools to meet the needs of the communities they have served for over 100 years. We partnered with their leaders to distribute 6,000 reusable face masks to clergy members and community residents across Baltimore.