Protective Face Masks

For Purchase or Donation

Our hope in providing these masks is to do our part in supporting our essential workers, flattening that curve, and keeping our loved ones safer while continuing to pay BB partners for their hard work.

 

PRE-ORDER - Estimated state-side arrival June 5th. 

Face masks come in a variety of fabric patterns! Some examples are below. If  you would like to pick your pattern please indicate in the notes section of the order and we will communicate with you once they arrive

 

These protective face masks are available to purchase for personal use, OR, you can purchase masks to be donated wherever they are needed most in your community to protect against Covid-19.  Here's how it works:

Purchase:  Order a face masks for yourself or your community *In the note section of your order please specify your size (small, medium, large)

Donate: Already have a face mask? Donate masks to those who need them! *For ease of delivery, donations will be made in our local community of Sheridan County UNLESS you specify another entity and their address so we can ship directly there.  

**All donations will be size medium, unless otherwise specified

 

Protective Face Masks

Face Mask Details: 

  • Washable and Re-usable
  • Made with a double layer of tight woven cotton and one layer of polypropylene
  • Interior pocket for additional filter

Based on research by the University of Cambridge, this TELAstory face mask is made of a double layer of tightly woven cotton material, and one layer of non woven polypropylene material.

In addition, each reusable mask has an interior pocket for placing an additional filter  These are not N95 masks (doing our part to keep those for health care professionals!) but can be worn over N95 masks to prolong their effectiveness, given to patients, and used daily by regular people.

Masks are being made by our partner TELAstory (formerly A Beautiful Refuge) in the Philippines.  The Philippines is currently on lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Our partners are sewing these masks from their homes in hopes to provide for themselves and their families during this time.  In addition, to pay living wages, sales with TELAstory support a resource center for women and children in crisis based in the Philippines. Pervasive poverty and high unemployment in the Philippines leave children and young women particularly vulnerable to trafficking, malnutrition, and homelessness.

Click here to see our Protective Face FAQ




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