fabric mask
Photo Credit: cottonbro from Pexels

The Newborns Trust have appealed to the public to help them with fabric mask donations, which will be used by new moms of premature babies.

 

Cape Town, South Africa (17 April 2020) – The Newborns Trust has been working to improve the lives of newborn babies and their families at Neonatal Units across the country. The COVID-19 Pandemic has led the trust to make an urgent public appeal.

They wish to continue supporting newborn babies and families. The new rules are that one cannot leave home without a face mask. Many people are encouraged to wear fabric masks. This is what inspired the Newborn Trust to ask the public for donations of fabric masks.

“We desperately need cloth face masks to keep our moms and babies safe

If you are able to make masks at home

Or donate material we can use to sew them

PLEASE send us a message”

The Trust shared that Siya and Rachel Kolisi donated 1000 masks to their cause. They were blown away by the donation but need more to be able to assist mothers across the Western Cape.

For those wanting to get involved, you can contact the Trust via Facebook here. If you would like to find the pattern for making a fabric mask, you can find out more here.


Sources: The Newborns Trust (linked above)
Don’t ever miss the Good Things. Download the Good Things Guy App now on Apple or Google
Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments or follow GoodThingsGuy on Facebook & Twitter to keep up to date with good news as it happens or share your good news with us by clicking here
Click the link below to listen to the Good Things Guy Podcast, with Brent Lindeque – South Africa’s very own Good Things Guy. He’s on a mission to change what the world pays attention to, and he truly believes that there’s good news all around us. In the Good Things Guy podcast, you’ll meet these everyday heroes & hear their incredible stories:
Or watch an episode of Good Things TV below, a show created to offer South Africans balance in a world with what feels like constant bad news. We’re here to remind you that there are still so many good things happening in South Africa & we’ll hopefully leave you feeling a little more proudly South African.

Facebook Comments

Tyler Leigh Vivier
About the Author

Tyler Leigh Vivier is a writer for Good Things Guy.

Her passion is to spread good news across South Africa with a big focus on environmental issues, animal welfare and social upliftment. Outside of Good Things Guy, she is an avid reader and lover of tea.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *