We are allowed to make masks!

2020-04-15 10:08:49

As we have the skills and facilities to make masks to assist South Africans in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the South African Government has given us the status of an essential service provider. We will soon be able to supply masks to the public for a nominal fee of R10.00. We will also have other masks that will be sold for a bit more for those who want other kinds of fabric such as Shweshwe.

We started making the masks today, 20th April – they look amazing and we are very excited!

Watch this space as to when they will be made available for sale.

Our trademark mask – WHITE – pure cotton, double lined with an inner lining, elastic earpieces. Fully washable. Made to order. These are to be sold for R10 each as we want as many people in the inner-city as possible to have a mask. It’s affordable and it’s made to the government’s specifications for fabric masks.
Outreach Foundation has been given permission to work on masks as an essential services provider.

Temporarily closedCOVID-19 3rd wave

Due to the extremely high daily infection rates in Gauteng at the moment, all Outreach Foundation activities will be suspended from the 24th of June 2021 until further notice.

Should you have any queries, please contact us via info@outreachfoundation.co.za.

Please take care: wear your mask, social distance, wash your hands regularly and stay away from super spreader events and enclosed spaces with a lot of people.

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