100% of net profit donated
Proceeds will be forwards to Refugee Community Kitchen, who have continued feeding the UK's homeless during lockdown.
Made with recycled materials
Our masks are made using 100% regenerated nylon. The thread and ear loop adjusters are deadstock that would otherwise go to landfill.
Our masks can be worn both ways. Each artist has designed both sides, meaning you get two designs per mask.
Masks for Meals
Refugee community kitchen
Despite the chaos and devastation of the COVID-19 crisis, Refugee Community Kitchen has continued to serve nourishing food to people in need at points throughout the UK. In London and Edinburgh we are carefully preparing and serving hot meals every week. We also provide food to vulnerable individuals, families, food banks and other food outreach projects. We are deeply committed to addressing food poverty in Northern France and the UK and continue to adapt our systems and procedures in order to best be of service moving forward. We need your support as more and more people feel the crushing impact of COVID-19. The demand for our food service continues to increase as the government scheme to put the homeless in hotels has ended and more people lose their incomes.
"I want people to feel proud when they wear a mask. It is so important for people to be safe and protect others right now. Using some of my signature colours that I’m known for, I’ve put my stamp on the design to try and make people feel comfortable. #MasksForMeals is a great cause. I am very honoured to be able to help raise money for refugees with Migrate Art."
"I’m delighted to be building my ‘brick wall’ masks for Migrate Art, I initially worked with them on their Multicolour project last year and have kept up to date with the amazing work they do helping those affected by the ongoing migration crisis"
"It’s a privilege to help, in some small way, an organization such as Refugee Community Kitchen, who have helped many many people and fed millions. Helping and supporting others in need is the positive good-kind-of-infectious we should be spreading around these days."