Sunday Social: 5 face mask brands that are giving back

Sunday Social: 5 face mask brands that are giving back
Sunday Social: 5 face mask brands that are giving back

As rules around wearing face coverings in public have changed for the foreseeable future, it’s time to start thinking about investing in stylish yet sustainable masks that are also donating elsewhere.

Here is a list of brands doing just that: 

Reebok – £14.95 pack of three

Reebok is donating £2 from every pack of face coverings sold to Save The Children’s Global Coronavirus Response Fund. The charity set up a response to help those living in the most vulnerable areas affected by the coronavirus outbreak

Casetify – £12 per mask

Casetify has launched a buy-a- mask, a donate-a-mask initiative where masks are donated to health workers upon purchase. The tech brand has also donated 40,000 masks to Direct Relief. 

Great British Designer Face Coverings –  £15 pack of three

The masks, designed by six British Designers Halpern, Julien Macdonald, Liam Hodges, Mulberry, RAEBURN, and RIXO aim to raise £1 million through sales of the masks. 100% of profits are split between NHS Charities together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, BFC foundation Fashion Fund and the Wings of Hope children’s charity. 

Rokit £3.40 per mask

The vintage clothing company is donating 100% of profits from the sale of masks to Uk charity FareShare, working to reduce food poverty across the UK. The purchase of one mask can provide 13 meals to those in need across the UK. 

We’ve got You Covered– £11.16 per mask

The brand has a range of music-centric masks, including Billie Eilish, Rolling Stones, Rex Orange County, and more. 15% profit from each sale is donated to Musicares, an organization that provides support to those in the music community.