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Simcha supply shop launches line of face masks partly in aid of NHS

Mimi Belilty and Stella Garzon, co-founders of the north-London based company Creative Favours, pledged to donate 10 percent of profits from every face mask

Credit: Creative Favours
Credit: Creative Favours

A simcha supply and rental shop co-founded by two Kinloss United Synagogue members has launched a line of face masks partly in aid of charity.

Mimi Belilty and Stella Garzon, co-founders of the north-London based company Creative Favours, pledged to donate 10 percent of profits from every face mask sold to support the National Health Service.

Belilty said launching the new line entitled Creative Masks endeavours to “bring style and creativity to the fast growing market for face masks.” She added: “Launching Creative Masks is the way we could contribute to keeping our community safe and give back through our NHS contribution.”

Garzon said: “While we look forward to the return of our traditional simcha related business it has been exciting to launch creative masks through the lockdown using our social media activities on Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin and Tik Tok”

The masks are priced from £5.99 to £7.99 and available for purchase on www.creativemasks.co.uk.

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