People all over the Central Valley are wearing masks, and for good reason: They want to get back to school, back to work, back to normal. They want to protect loved ones, neighbors, and frontline workers.

The Central Valley Community Foundation salutes those people and is surprising 400 unsuspecting mask-wearers with a MaskUpCV Reward Card – a $100 Visa gift card to say thank you for wearing a mask!

#MaskUpCV Winners

What’s better than doing the right thing? Getting a reward for doing it! Take a look at the reactions from some of our reward card recipients as we surprise them with a $100 Visa gift card to thank them for doing their part to #MaskUpCV.


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The Yokomi PTA announced the winner of their MaskUp, Yokomi poster contest.

First-grader Nicholas Panuco and his big brother Jonathan, a proud Yokomi alumnus were the winners! Nicholas said he wears a mask "to protect everyone we love and so we can like another day."

Congratulations Nicholas! Way to go!

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People who #MaskUpCV


Claudia Hernandez masks up “to avoid getting sick”. #maskupcv

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Jessie Villegas masks up “for the safety and protection of his mother”. #maskupcv

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Elena Jauregi masks up “to protect others and herself from COVID-19”. #maskupcv

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Carmen Padilla masks up “for protection from COVID-19”. #maskupcv

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Santos Pena masks up “to protect others from COVID-19”. #maskupcv

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Juana Hernandez masks up “to protect herself from COVID-19”. #maskupcv

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MaskUpCV is practicing safe engagement including socially distancing, wearing masks, and using hand sanitizer.


#MaskUpCV Infographic

MaskUp CV | Wearing a mask is required statewide. Wearing a mask prevents getting and spreading covid-19. Masks are the most effective way to lower our numbers of coronavirus cases. Wear a mask whenever you're around people you don't live with, indoors or outdoors and stay 6 ft from others. Your mask should cover your mouth and nose. Do not wear it under your nose or on your chin. In addition to wearing a mask, stay home as much as possible, and wash your hands.

Learn more about COVID-19 in the Central Valley.
Clicking the logo takes you to the county COVID website.

MaskUpCV is made possible with support from the Central Valley Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. To learn more or contribute, click here.