Hackwith Design House is committed to doing our part to help in this current crisis. We are making and selling masks to our customers, donating masks to frontline workers, and 10% of all our mask sales goes to the Domestic Abuse Project (read more below). Our employees are working a staggered shift schedule and use face masks and new health and safety routines while at work. We will work to fill your orders as quickly as we can, but the new safety standards has slowed our production lead time.
Our masks are made from 100% cotton or 100% linen lined with 100% cotton. These reusable masks are made from a CDC-compliant pattern; we do not make guarantees as to their efficacy.
Thank you for your support of our small business during this time! We really appreciate everyone's encouraging words and actions.
During this pandemic, it has become more important than ever to raise awareness of domestic violence and provide funding for those organizations who help families affected by it. The Domestic Abuse Project is committed to serving the Twin Cities community with innovative and effective therapeutic programming to end the inter-generational cycle of domestic violence. They have made it their mission to build communities free from violence by providing holistic healing for every member of the family. Read more about DAP's mission and/or donate to their work by clicking on the button below.