Isabella Oliver helps families comply with face covering rules
Face masks are now mandatory for travel and to be worn within shops.
Over the last few months, Isabella Oliver set out on a mission to encourage everyone to start wearing masks. They partnered with one of their long-standing manufacturers in Portugal to make non-medical, non-profit masks for personal use, using upcycled left over fabrics and cut offs.
Isabella Oliver has been totally transparent with pricing and has made no profit from the sales of these masks. They also felt it was important to give back and partnered with a variety of children’s hospitals, hospices and women’s shelters including Great Ormond Street, The Children’s Trust and Shooting Stars to donate thousand to those in need.
Nearly 400,000 masks later, Isabella Oliver feels they have successfully accomplished their mission by making their non-profit adult and children’s masks accessible to all.
The non- profit masks are available in packs of 10 for £25, including adult and children’s sizing, up to 10/12 years of age. There is also the option to buy in bulk, offering packs of 100 to be donated directly to the NHS Volunteer Army, other volunteers and the public.
They also offer a range of premium organic masks in a wider variety of prints from the collection. These are priced between £10-12 each. Or alternatively you can buy a two pack for £10.