In the summer of 2020, Tim Cummings, Director of Economic Development, brought the concept of handwashing stations to the attention of the City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services. The discussion focused on the benefit of handwashing stations in the areas of the city where community members would not be able to perform good hand hygiene. Beyond Walls delivered 7 custom handwashing stations to serve Nashua’s downtown area. These stand alone hand washing stations were activated via foot pumps, used a great foaming soap and facilitated hand washes for our outdoor dining enthusiasts, general public as well as our cities vulnerable homeless population. They were extremely popular, a key asset to the city during the pandemic and most certainly helped mitigate the spread of the virus. Beyond Walls came through for the city of Nashua at a time when we needed it most. This public health intervention served the city and community well. I am delighted Beyond Walls continue to partner with the City of Nashua using a creative lens to help solve some of the city’s shared needs.