I have been working extremely hard 24/7 with my factories around the world. First, I started by connecting my factory contacts with anyone who reached out in the medical field to connect them for medical masks. I spent the past few weeks connecting those dots for others just through the network I built building BOY MEETS GIRL®for 19 years.
I really felt that would be my give back at this time. Then I couldn’t stop, and created an Instagram Live series called “Learning to Cope Together” which now airs on BOY MEETS GIRL®’s Instagram Live three days a week where I bring together all the artists, musicians, editors, activists I have worked with and share how we are coping during this pandemic.
Then as all my factories in Asia and around the world were turning over to make medical gear and masks, I was able to continue to work with two of my factories one in Virginia, and one in Canada. I am only able to make these very special collaborative masks in Canada due to the approvals of the Canadian government for this factory that is also making medical masks for the Canadian hospitals.
We only can make a certain amount a day as there is a limit on hours of operations for non-medical use masks. However, my team is there for me and these “community masks” are in partnership with Survivor Corps, for which I am so proud to be working with to share their incredible mission! On top of that we are donating a portion of the proceeds from these back to GLAM4GOOD's Critical Aid Fund.
This is a full collaborative effort all giving back to help our current state of our world.
Your support means the world to me at this time. Check out all available styles below, including our community masks.
They are even perfect for you, and your own little noodle [pictured above, myself with my Dylan].