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For every 5 mask made, 1 is donated to front-line staffers or low income individuals

Please email if you would like us to donate to you or your organization.  

Current donation recipients (hospitals and individuals): 

Los Angeles Metro 

Kaiser Permanente - San Francisco Medical Center

Chinese Hospital of San Francisco

UCSF Mission Center Building

Williamson Medical Center, Tennessee

Providence St. Joseph Foundation, Burbank, California

El Monte Pharmacy 

Hendrick's Pharmacy 

Brentwood Pharmacy 

Cal Med Pharmacy

986 Pharmacy, La Verne

986 Pharmacy, Las Vegas

986 Pharmacy, Plano, Texas

986 Pharmacy, Glendale

986 Pharmacy, Huntington Park

Columbus Pharmacy 

Anti-Sweat Shop Policy - all home sewers are independent agents that can set their own ours and are paid by each piece to sew.  The founder has estimated the average amount of masks to be made per hour to ensure that each home sewer will earn at least a living wage of at least $15 per hour from home.  The goal is to help home sewers earn at least $20 -$25 per hour from sewing from home after all material, marketing, production, and donation costs. 

All home sewers make a promise to pace themselves and to work whenever they have time, setting their own hours and to always take a minimum 15 hour break at least one time every two hours.  Home sewers also promise that they  that in accepting this project, even though they are employees, will not over work themselves, by promising to take a physical and mental break of at least 15 minutes every 2 hours to stretch, snack, eat, and just relax and fully step away from this project, promising to never work more than 4 hours without fully stopping all work and taking a mental and physical break for a full meal break; and promise to never work more than 8 hours per day and allow themselves to rest and spend quality time with family. 

Distribution Assistance 

If you are interested in stocking our masks, please contact

Payment Methods

Payment Methods

- Credit / Debit Cards

- Offline Payments

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