With the current events of today’s world, uncertainty has risen to extreme levels; however, one thing that remains certain is the compassion of students and faculty at the University of Delaware. Marjan Ashrafi, designer for the Design for Health Innovation Lab, and Rebecca Moy, assistant seamstress and pattern maker, have been creating masks for the past week to help slow the spread of COVID-19. These masks are being created out of 100% cotton and cotton blends from scraps collected over the years, and will be distributed to friends, family, and local healthcare facilities. So far they have created over 21 masks and plan to make more in the upcoming weeks to distribute.