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Esino USA

18 Technology Drive, Suite #126

Irvine, CA 92618

For Immediate Release

ESINO USA Supports Essential Organizations with 10,400 Masks to Help Slow the Spread of Covid-19

IRVINE, Calif. – January 12, 2021–  During the last three months of 2020, Esino USA donated 10,400 masks and personal protective equipment (PPE) products to support frontline workers. Esino worked with essential businesses such as hospitals, schools, and clinics to determine more ways to help the community and slow the spread of Covid-19. Wearing a face mask has proven to be one of the best ways to minimize the probability of spreading the virus, causing a high demand and shortage of masks for many essential organizations. 

“All of our employees are required to change their masks every 4 hours,” commented Nicholas, owner of Agape Congregate Living. “We go through hundreds of masks each week due to the nature of our business and for the safety of our high-risk patients.” Organizations are not only experiencing a shortage of masks but also other PPE products such as gloves, disinfectant wipes, sanitizer, and more.

In these unprecedented times, Esino USA helped the nation by equipping frontline workers with proper protective equipment to continue providing their necessary and life-saving services. The organizations Esino USA assisted include Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Somerset County Department of Health, Life IVF Center, Jserra High School, Agape Congregate Living, and MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center.

“We are very grateful for the donation of masks,” stated Christopher Plaia, Dean of JSerra High School. “Every contribution makes it more and more possible for our students to continue in-person learning.” Through these donations, Esino USA continues to stay true to its core value of making the world a better place for everyone to live. 

As COVID-19 cases in the United States rise, the essential workers we partnered with advised everyone to come together and do their part to stop the spread. Being safe also benefits family members, friends, and peers who may contact high-risk individuals. Ways that people can help are by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing, thoroughly washing their hands, staying home, and donating PPE products if possible. 


About Esino USA 

Esino USA develops cutting-edge technology to take your product to the next level while making serious contributions to making the world a better place for everyone. Our services range from Prototyping, Engineering, Sourcing, Molding, Manufacturing, and Project Management. Esino has over ten years of experience working with start-ups and has brought more than 100 new products to market. Esino is your one-stop-shop for developing a new product. For more information, visit usesino.com


Esino USA

Contact: Mia Hernandez

Email: m.hernandez@usesino.com

Release Date: January 12th, 2021

3,300 Masks Donated To MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center

On December 29th, 2020, Esino USA donated 3,300 masks to healthcare workers at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center. Esino is grateful to help essential workers in need and do our part to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital located in Fountain Valley dedicated to fulfilling the community’s health care needs through innovation and excellence. We hope that Esino’s mask donation will keep the OCMC frontline workers safe while they devote their time giving compassionate care and personalized service to their patients. 

Please reach out to Esino USA if you know of any other organizations in need of PPE products and would like to nominate them for a donation. 

Esino USA Donates 1,250 Masks To Assist Agape Congregate Living

Esino USA donated 1,250 masks to Agape Congregate Living to keep its residents and essential workers safe while preventing the spread of COVID-19. Agape Congregate Living is a private facility with a high nurse to patient ratio that aids people with recovery from illness or injuries in an environment that feels like home. We hope that Esino’s donation of masks will provide assistance to Agape Congregate Living to achieve their overall mission of promoting healing in personal care while helping patients reach their healthcare goals. 

It has been a pleasure to support Agape Congregate Living and their essential workers. Reach out to Esino if you know of any other organizations in need of PPE products and would like to nominate them for a donation. 

Life IVF Center receives 2,500 masks from Esino USA

Last week Esino donated 2500 masks to Life IVF Center. We hope these masks help support Life IVF Center in their mission to help families address infertility and achieve their family-building goals. The center provides individualized holistic IVF treatments for patients from around the world. They hope to enable everyone to have the opportunity to conceive with their own egg, especially patients of maternal age.

We are happy to provide support for Life IVF Center and the cause that they fight for. Please reach out to us if there is an organization you would like to support and nominate for Esino to donate PPE products to!

Esino Donates 2,600 Masks to JSerra High School

Students, parents, and faculty all over the world are making an effort to allow students to go back to school and take part of in-person instruction. The pandemic caused millions of students to resort to online instruction. JSerra is one of the first campuses in Orange County to open school with social distancing regulations, newly implemented safety measures, and PPE readily available for students.

Esino donated 2,500 masks to JSerra High School. We hope these masks will help keep faculty and students safe while they carry on instruction, athletics, and activities. Stay safe and stay socially distanced!

2,000 Masks Donated to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Somerset County Department of Health

Esino understands the risk that is presented by a shortage of masks and wanted to ensure those who truly need them are able to obtain them. Team members took a close look at organizations that were experiencing a shortage of PPE supplies, such as masks, and distributed these items to those organizations. These donations included 1,000 masks each to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerset and the Somerset County Department of Health, as well as over 1,000 masks to a number of individuals, smaller businesses and families who were in need. Esino will be distributing more masks and is asking anyone who may need them to contact them to make arrangements. To date, the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital already distributed just over 4,000 masks while providing education on COVID prevention methods at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset.

Esino strives to bring ideas to life through their innovative manufacturing solutions and ultra-responsive service to their customers. As their way of saying thank you to the community around them and to help support community members in this time of crisis, the company saw fit to take this important step to helping the individuals living and working in the area stay safe and healthy.