MakeXPaloAlto is producing parts for face shields that can take 12 hours to produce through a 3D printer at its makerspace at Cubberley Community Center. Photo courtesy Yonatan Maor.
Airbnb host Tom O’Connor is offering his “pied-à-terre” in Midtown for free to health care workers responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Image courtesy Tom O’Connor.
Members of activist group the Raging Grannies bang pots in the College Terrace neighborhood in support of first responders on April 7. Photo by Jack Owicki, Pro Bono Photo.
Jordan Freeman, 8, left, and Jaxon Freeman, 6, right, make noise by hitting ladles on pots in Midtown as part of nightly applauses in honor essential workers on April 8. Photo courtesy Sayona Freeman.
A 3D printer at MakeXPaloAlto’s makerspace at Cubberley Community Center prints a part for a face shield that will be donated to a health care…