How to Request Face Masks

Our team members have been devoting their time and effort helping healthcare systems by providing ideas and sourcing items locally and internationally over the past few weeks. Though we’ve found our supply chain unable to make the much needed medical grade protective equipment in the US for care providers at this time, we are able to utilize our domestic manufacturing network to make other things that the hospitals and nonprofit organizations are asking for. In particular, they are asking for cotton face masks with elastic bands for patients and families to wear.

These masks, made in both kids and adult sizes, will provide comfort and security while serving as an additional line of defense to airborne droplets. We sourced tightly woven cotton fabric for use on both sides of the mask to provide the best protection we can. Our masks are machine washable, which allows them to be reusable. We will continue to improve the masks as we source new materials and come up with additional ideas. Our initial goal is to make 50,000 masks over the next two weeks to donate directly to children’s hospitals, care facilities and nonprofit organizations across the country. These will be given directly to children battling cancer and their families.

We’ll continue to monitor the situation and what the medical community is asking for. If things change and these cotton face masks or any other items we can make are needed by frontline health care providers, nurses and doctors, we will transition the program to get them to where they are needed most.

This wouldn’t be possible without our manufacturing partners. Thank you to our manufacturing partners Minnesota Knitting Mills, Softline Brand Partners, Bluegrass, Maine Heritage Weavers, Vomela, Carr Textile, JONCO Industries, Royal Apparel, Authenticity50, First Impression Group, and Pilgrim Dry Cleaners for their help in producing these masks for children battling cancer and their families who are especially at risk during this crisis.

If you are a team member at a children’s hospital, care facility, or a nonprofit organization working with children battling cancer and their families, please fill out the form below to request masks.

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