When you buy one, we will donate one to a healthcare facility in need.
Monday, May 4th, we hit the 4 week milestone of transitioning our pillow production to make making. Our Made with Love Face Mask campaign is a heartfelt contribution to our healthcare heros from the team at Jillian Rene Decor because we are all in this together.
You reached out because members of our community need our help and we want to do what we can! We have the material and the know how, so let's do this! Our first release sold out in 1 hour and at that moment we knew we were in for a wild ride. We have nearly sold 1000 masks as of today, which means nearly 1000 masks will be donated to our healthcare facilities in need across the county. It’s amazing to see this amount of love!
So far we have made donations in New York City, Los Angeles, Portland, Richmond, Chesterfield, Charlottesville, Newport News, Williamsburg, Gloucester and the list continues to grow.
If you know of a healthcare facility in need that you would like for us to consider adding to our growing list please contact our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
"I certainly couldn’t have predicted the wild ride this would become, but it has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I took a giant leap of faith pivoting my business to its core, but if I had to do it all over again I absolutely would. It has restored my faith in humanity. The response from the healthcare professionals has been profound. The sheer gratitude chokes me up as I write this. The response from my network of clients, colleagues and friends has filled my heart beyond measure. Your notes and kind messages have brought me to tears." - Jillian
We will continue making our masks through the month of May thanks to our incredibly hard working team and suppliers. When you buy one, we will donate one to a healthcare facility in need. Thank you for your continued support! Stay safe!
These are CDC compliant handmade face coverings. These are NOT direct substitutes for N95, surgical, or procedural masks and are NOT FDA approved.
Update from original post with Richmond Magazine article.
Update from original post with Richmond Grid article.