Fabric Mask Drive
When DMCC asked the community for hygiene and cleaning supplies, you were all so generous. Now we're asking for anyone with some sewing skills to donate reusable cloth face masks for distribution to seniors, because the state and county have asked us all to wear a face covering when we go out in public.

Please wash and dry masks before donating to DMCC, then enclose them in sealed plastic. Donations may be left at the Del Mar Community Building (225 9th St) in the donation bin next to the front door during regular business hours.

If you need help picking up your fabric/sewing supplies, please call (858) 792-7565.

What's New!

  • Mayor Haviland Q&A: On Tuesday April 7, Del Mar Mayor Ellie Haviland did a Q&A for DMCC about the city's pandemic response efforts. The video of the session is now available on our website: click here.
  • Fuel the Frontline: The Del Mar Village Association has come up with an initiative that will help keep local restaurants in business while feeding hospital ER and ICU staff. To make a donation or find out more, visit this link.


  • Get what you need. DMCC can help deliver your groceries and medications. We also have toilet paper, cleaning supplies, hand soap, paper towels, and more, all of which we will deliver to your home, because we want to help you stay there! You qualify for our assistance if you are a 65+ or disabled citizen of 92014. If you're internet-savvy, please fill out the form we set up at this link. If you have a friend that needs our help and isn't on the internet, tell them to call (858) 792-7565.
  • Learn how to videoconference. Our computer tutor Klaus Gubernator wants to help you stay connected even as you stay at home. Every weekday at 10am, learn directly from Klaus how to use the Zoom platform to meet, learn, and socialize. To access the tutorial, visit this link - password is dmcc225.

Please share this information on your social media accounts and as you speak with neighbors so that the whole community can come together as we stay apart.

Click Here to visit DMCC's COVID-19 Resources Page

Click Here to visit the City of Del Mar COVID-19 Page