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Charity Face Masks - spread the positivity!

July 08, 2020

Charity Face Masks - spread the positivity!

Face masks have quickly become the new norm in everyday life and allow us to travel safely on public transport too. As a company, our aim has always been to bring people together through all life’s moments, including the most difficult times. So, it became evident early on that we needed to play a part in connecting and helping others during this difficult time.

 

Danielle with positivity mask on

 

Why have we created our positivity masks?


Our positivity masks are designed to promote self-expression amid the pandemic, whilst allowing wearers to make a meaningful contribution to charity at the same time.


As you may be aware at Ellie Ellie we have been supporting St Barnabas House since 2017, you can check out our charity events and money raised here.  So we felt compelled to find a way to raise money after hearing about the hospice’s drop in fundraising income due to COVID-19.


A lot of standard face masks which are on the market can actually look quite scary. And like a lot of people, I found that whenever I wore one out to the supermarket I really struggled to convey warmth and friendliness through my eyes alone.


We wanted to offer an alternative – something that allows people to protect themselves and others, but also spread positivity. When I heard how much COVID-19 had impacted St Barnabas and their fundraising income, I knew that I wanted to do something to help. Which is why £1 from every mask sold will be divided between St Barnabas and NHS Charities Together.


Over the last three years Ellie Ellie has raised over £5,000 for St Barnabas House through overseas treks, fundraising events and team challenges.


A message from St Barnabas House


Jo Bacon, Corporate Fundraiser at St Barnabas House, says: “We are so thankful for all that Danielle and her team have done, and continue to do, to support the hospice. Local businesses are coming up with some really innovative ways to fundraise amidst the pandemic and their drive and commitment is helping to ensure that we can continue providing care services in the months ahead.”


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We are so thankful for the publicity we’ve received over the last few weeks including an interview with BBC Sussex and a feature on the Argus newspaper - the more we spread awareness the more we will be able to raise for St Barnabas House and the more positivity will be spread. 

 

Positivity masks

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Bring a little positivity to your essential outings, with our positivity face mask covering, they come in a range of beautiful illustrations featuring 'Spread Kindness' in rainbow colours, ‘Keep Smiling’ and ‘We're in This Together’ quotes - an uplifting sentiment to make those around you smile when you are wearing it and practicing safe social distancing.




Size Guide

To help you find a great fit, we’ve put together an easy-to-use size guide below.

If you have any other questions about the sizes of our clothes, feel free to give our Customer Service Team a call on 07897 314235.

We’re always happy to help!

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  • Baby Bodysuits
  • Pet
  • Tops (Adult & Child)

    1. CHEST: Measure under your arms, across the fullest part of your chest

    2. WAIST: Measure your natural waistline at the smallest part of your tummy

    3. ARM LENGTH: Measure from the top of your shoulder, down your arm (keeping it straight) to your wrist

    4. BODY LENGTH: Measure from the top of your shoulder, down your body to your waist

     

    Baby Bodysuits

    1. Chest: Measure under your baby's arms, across the fullest part of their chest

    2. Length: Measure from the top of your baby's shoulder to underneath their nappy

     

    Pet Clothing

    1. NECK: Measure around the part of the neck where a pet collar would naturally sit

    2. CHEST: Measure around the widest part of your pets chest just behind their front legs

    3. LENGTH: Measure from the area a pet collar would naturally sit, along your pets back towards the tail