Masks for good causes.
Made by humans, for humans.
We are a non-secular community initiative of volunteers from North London, based at St Mellitus Church in Stroud Green.
Our goal is to make masks for the local community and at risk workers. We aim to sell 5% of the masks we make to provide funds to buy fabric, materials and maintain our machines so that we can provide masks for key workers and the community without charge. Our masks are made by volunteers so your donation will go directly to mask making fabric and kit. Any profits are donated to NHS staff.
Where to find us
N4 Cutting Hub
The Presbytery, St Mellitus Church
Mon - Fri
Entrance is in Evershot Road, towards the back of the building.
Ring the white bell at the very top.
Since April 1st our amazing volunteers have produced nearly 2000 crowdfunded sets of scrubs for Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, East Anglia's Children's Hospice, North London Hospice, St Anne's Nursing Home, Whittington Health NHS Trust and many more. More recently we've been making masks and have made over a whopping 6,000!
For Christmas 2020 we sent 21 boxes of chocolates and 126 pizzas to staff at our local NHS hospital, The Whittington, as a tiny morale booster and a sign of our community's appreciation.
Our masks are triple layered, wired, reversible and made with beautiful fabrics. The inner layer is made from poly-cotton and the outer layers of densely woven cotton, as recommended by experts.
We believe in the values of keeping each other safe and supporting our community. Your support will mean that many high quality, environmentally friendly masks will be provided for free to those who most need them.