Since face masks are part of our daily routine now, why not get creative with them and give back? Whether we like it or not, we're required to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. I have friends and family who are super creative themselves and made face masks for their loved ones or local frontline workers, but not all of us know how to sew or own a sewing machine. And since we're getting closer to the season of giving, this is a great way to give back and stay safe. You can choose masks made from recycled clothing to ones with cute prints on them all while keeping our frontline workers safe or donating food to local communities.

DIOP - $15

They have tons of patterns and two different types of face masks to choose from. One mask has a head strap and the other comes with ear loops. DIOP donates a portion of their proceeds to Feed The Frontline workers in Detroit to help support local restaurants and provide meals to frontline workers.

Society6 - $11.89

Society6 has so many fun masks from cat patterns to floral. They've teamed up with World Kitchen Central to provide fresh meals to families in need across America.

Everlane - $18-25

Every package of face masks purchased, Everlane donates 10% of it's profits to the ACLU. They have fun tie-dye patterns or solid colors to choose from.

RE/DONE - $30

They're upcycled masks, so each mask is unique because they've come from scrapped clothing like leftover denim from Levi's or bandanas. With every mask purchased, 5 masks will be donated to frontline workers.

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