WARREN, NJ - Watchung Hills Regional High School Sophomore Matthew Nunes took it upon himself to be a part of the solution during the COVID-19 pandemic. To date, Nunes and his team of volunteers have donated 2,000 face shields and raised over $6,000 to support the cause.
Nunes said,” I would like to thank all of Warren Township for their continuous support and we won’t stop making shields until this is over.”
Nunes designed and manufactured protective face shields using his 3D printer and has donated those shields to local hospitals, doctors, nurses and Warren Police Department. After a call for help and support, Nunes added a team of volunteers, and purchased additional 3-D printers.
Meet the team:
Hi, I'm Matthew and I'm currently a sophomore at Watchung Hills Regional High School in Warren NJ. I love technology and I love to 3d print and design things so I decided to start 3d printing shields for people in need of them. I also enjoy helping people out as many ways as I can and I enjoy working with Christina and she is a huge help and I think we both enjoy helping out our community as much as possible
Hi, I'm Christina and I'm currently a sophomore at West Morris Mendham High School in Mendham, NJ.Although I have several life altering chronic illnesses, that don't stop me from doing what I love... helping animals and other people.I am volunteering my time to NJ Shields to fulfill my passion and not only support my best friend but those that are in need.I love helping others and am proud to be a part of such an amazing group of people making a difference in this hard time.
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For more See http://njshields.org/m/
Contact Matthew or Christina:+1 908-528-4433