Team corona busters

More than 18,000 masks delivered!

The Official Site
for busters across the globe, sewing and distributing healthcare face masks
to our essential workers and at-risk groups in response to the spread of COVID-19.
More than 1,250 busters in 25 countries, and growing rapidly.

Why is this urgent?

There is a global shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), especially face masks to safeguard our front line defenders.


What are we doing?

Our group is sewing handmade face masks for quick distribution to essential workers and at-risk groups across the US and the globe.


Who are we?

We are Team Corona Busters, a group of dedicated , global individuals responding to combat the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.


How can you help?

Join the TCB movement as a leader or contributor in your local city where there are no global boundaries. With your help, we can save lives.


We need your Donation! A new request from Sheri Cecil, founder at Team Corona Busters


Make a difference. For the cost of a cup of coffee, help us save lives one mask at a time. Please consider a donation of $5 or more.

Some of our recipients

Team Corona Busters is focused on one mission – to save lives. Be it healthcare workers, ER & ICU staff, the elderly, our veterans, local homeless population, or the Navajo Nation; Team Corona Busters has given back where it’s been needed the most.


More than 18,000 masks delivered!

From late March to November 2020, Ventura-based Global Team Corona Busters and Team Corona Busters have donated more than 18,000 hand-sewn, durable cloth face masks to more than 125 hospitals and medical facilities throughout the United States in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Latest News

Volunteer of the Week Tracey Sutter

Congratulations to Tracey Sutter, Global Team Corona Busters extraordinary “Volunteer of the Week.” Why do you volunteer for Team Corona Busters?I am a member of TCB because I care about[…]

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Volunteer of the Week Wendy Tremiti

Congratulations to Wendy Tremiti Global Team Corona Busters extraordinary “Volunteer of the Week.” Why do you volunteer for Team Corona Busters?Wendy always wants to give, and lives to volunteer for[…]

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Updated Aug. 27, 2020

Message from the CDC: How to select, wear, and clean your mask.

CDC recommends that you wear masks in public settings around people who don’t live in your household and when you can’t stay 6 feet away from others. Masks help stop the spread of COVID-19 to others.

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WHO calls on nations to encourage the public to wear fabric face masks where coronavirus is spreading

By Jacqueline Howard, CNN June 05, 2020

The World Health Organization is now calling for nations to encourage the general public to wear fabric masks in areas where there continues to be intense spread of the novel coronavirus — and for all health workers and caregivers to wear medical masks throughout their shift while in clinical areas.

Read Article from CNN

For Immediate Use

We follow one template style for rapid production, but our busters can choose from a variety of colors and patterns.


So You Can Wear

Each face mask is 100% cotton, washable and can be placed in a microwave or autoclave for cleaning.

Instructional video: How to make an effective face mask for healthcare workers


“Thank you for helping us frontliners.”

Lincoln Hospital
JUne 13, 2020

“Thanks again for the masks. They’re so confortable. God bless the maker and God bless you for sharing. Have a blessed week.” 

IHSS Home Care Providers
JUne 08, 2020

“Thank you so much! Our staff was beyond grateful for the beautiful mask you made for us!”

Ventura Post Acute
June 04, 2020

“Thank you!! From the Eastern part of Navajo Nation!!” 

Navajo Nation
May 22, 2020

“I picked up 100 masks from beautiful Sheri yesterday for my Los Robles Nurses. Thank you GTCB. You are all lifesaving angels to us.”

Los Robles Medical Center
April 10, 2020

“VCMC staff are so grateful for all the wonderfully talented, giving, caring sewers… in this community.” 

Ventura County Medical Center
March 25, 2020

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Sheri Cecil

Founding Member

Eleanor Bakewell

Founding Member

Wendy Tremiti

Founding Member

Paul Rycus

Founding Member