Henley quilt maker, Annelize Littlefair has now challenged herself to make 1500 face covers/masks after sewing hundreds of masks, scrubs and scrub bags for the NHS and local doctors’ surgeries to raise money for Henley’s Nomad Youth and Community Project.
Annelize said, “Guidelines are now recommending wearing a face cover when in close contact with anyone not living with you or when using public transport. Please note that my face covers are NOT medical masks, and can not guarantee that you will not get Covid19, and that all other guidelines as issued by the government such as social distancing and washing hands should be observed. My face covers are made using at least 2 layers of cotton and can include a pocket for extra layer of filtration if required. Please make a donation to Nomad Youth and Community Project, who are supporting those in our local community that need extra help right now. There is no minimum or maximum donation, anything at all will help.”
To order message Annelize via https://www.facebook.com/AnnelizeLittlefair/. She has adult face covers available and ready but face covers for children need to be ordered and will go on a waiting list as they are only made to order. For adults, Annelize will need to know gender of those the covers are for. Please note that she will need to charge for postage if you are not local to RG9 postcode. Face covers will be provided as they are available, but if demand is high, we will be completing the orders in the order that they are received.
To donate go to https://www.totalgiving.co.uk/mypage/covermyface Annelize has completed 167 face covers so far and has raised £388. She hopes to raise £3,000.