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TOQA’s Sustainably Sourced Facemasks

TOQA’s Sustainably Sourced Facemasks


Mynila Team April 5, 2020 Lifestyle

In an effort to keep their atelier and their families afloat, and address the current pandemic, TOQA shifted all of their efforts to produce sustainably sourced masks.

They have lowered the cost to an amount which allows their small studio team to support themselves during these uncertain times, and are donating a portion of all proceeds to their local Moodyisle partners in El Nido, Palawan. The money will funds essentials such as foodpacks, medicines, and baby products.

These collections of 25 are assorted in color and type, and given the material restrictions, may vary from set to set.

We have always understood the power of community and the value of collaboration as a source of genuine tropical production. In the midst of all this quarantine chaos, we find solace in our collective compassion for friends near and far. Now is the time we need the it most.

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The medical grade N95s should be reserved for our healthcare workers at the frontline. By investing in these masks, whose efficacy is appropriate for day-to-day supply runs, we free up stock for those that need it most.

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Order your set of masks on www.toqa.tv