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Compass SD x MULCH – a CA-based sustainable clothing manufacturer have partnered to produce these quality, double-layered cotton masks that will be purchased and donated to local San Diego hospitals – Children’s Hospital, Scripps, Sharp, and VA Medical Center – for patients in need. Invite your friends, family and sphere to purchase one or more masks for our group donation. The masks are $7ea + tax. No minimum. Order soon! Sales close Sunday, May 24th at midnight.

Made in Los Angeles, California

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out info@mulchca.com

Just One Mask Makes a Difference

$7.00

Description

Compass SD x MULCH – a CA-based sustainable clothing manufacturer – have partnered to produce these quality, double-layered cotton masks that will be purchased and donated to local San Diego hospitals – Children’s Hospital, Scripps, Sharp, and VA Medical Center – for patients in need. Invite your friends, family and sphere to purchase one or more masks for our group donation. Sale Ends Sunday May 24th at midnight. Order Soon!

  • Sales end Sunday, May 24th at midnight
  • Donated to Children’s Hospital, Scripps Hospital, Sharp Hospital, VA Medical Center
  • An initiative created by local Compass agents Charlie Lazurus, Patty Contreras, Peggy
    Foos, Shannon Elias, Cynthia Walsh, and Tim Diamond
  • This purchase is not tax-deductible and not directly connected to a 501C3 organization
  • Manufactured in Los Angeles, California
  • 100% Supima Cotton
  • Reusable
  • Wash in hot temperatures
  • Double layered
  • Contrast color (front) black (inside) white
  • Masks will be donated within a week of purchase date
  • The masks follow CDC guidelines and are non-surgical, double-layered cotton masks

Safety Guide

Public health officials and agencies have recently advised that when in public and performing essential activities, wearing face-covering helps to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

Face masks are not a substitute for social distancing.

  • Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitzer, Do not touch your face!
  • Wearers should wash their hands before and after putting the mask on, and everytime they touch it.
  • When you remove your mask, take it off only from the ear straps.
  • Masks should be washed before use and frequently after. For complete information follow CDC guidelines.
  • Wash the mask at HOT temperatures.
  • Children under 2 years of age should not wear this mask.
  • Remove mask if you have trouble breathing.
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