The Greater Good

We are in tough times right now. Our hearts go out to those who are suffering, either physically or mentally, and our extreme gratitude goes to those battling on the front lines. Although fear comes in waves for all of us, we have growing hope and faith as we see people working for the greater good because it reminds us that we are all in this together.

As a small family business in California, we closed our headquarters to help flatten the curve, but naturally wanted to help where we could. After much thought, we decided to help the tremendous mask shortage by switching production gears and having our team work on cutting and sewing hand sewn masks.
These masks will not be sold, but donated, to organizations in our community and around the country who are in desperate need during this time.
Although for the time being producing masks will be our top priority, we will be able to ship in stock items and work on custom orders in between. We are choosing to donate and not sell the masks we produce, so your continued orders of caps, jerseys, or gift cards or even just sharing Walz Caps with a friend will allow us to continue to pay our staff and utilize or purchase supplies to produce hand sewn masks to donate to organizations in need during this crisis. 
We hope that all of you are staying safe, staying healthy, and staying home. We also hope to hear more stories of how individuals, businesses, and organizations are working together to fight for our future. Please continue to share those stories with us on social media. It is truly inspiring.
 
We recognize that the need for masks and other PPE is overwhelming. If you know of an organization in your community that is in need of hand sewn masks, please reach out to us at jen@walzcaps.com or on any of our social media platforms.

Stay well.
We will all ride together again soon.


Michael and Jennifer Gilstrap
Owners, Walz Caps