Our non-medical face masks are hand sewn with scrap fabric in Manhattan Beach. These pleated masks are lightweight, soft, and comfortable! 50% of proceeds go directly to the Richstone Family Center.
Your purchase of a face mask supports the Richstone Family Center in their work to prevent and treat child abuse in the South Bay.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month - a time to highlight the role each of us plays in ensuring children, families and our communities thrive. Unfortunately, the stress and social isolation caused by the current health crisis puts children at an even greater risk of abuse and neglect.
Now, more than ever, we strive to be good neighbors who support friends and family. Richstone has continued their services during COVID-19 times through tele-therapy, video conference support groups, and providing basic essentials to the most vulnerable in our community.
During this month and throughout the year, the Richstone Family Center is dedicated to treating and preventing child abuse. Your purchase allows Richstone to remain committed to providing critical services to children and families. Learn more about child abuse prevention and how you can help at richstonefamily.org.
Up-cycled cotton, elastic ear loops, and a wire nose band.
Note: Black Hawaiian masks are on new fabric, it has not been up-cycled.
Launder before first use. Wash hands before putting mask on and before taking mask off.Adjust elastic ear bands to size by tying small knots if needed. Pinch wire at nose to tighten. Wear mask over nose and chin. Do not touch mask after touching potentially contaminated surfaces. Machine wash in warm water. Tumble or hang dry and iron to maintain shape.