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We're in this Together

Living in extreme poverty means each day is a fight to survive. As COVID-19 strikes a blow economically and physically, many Malawians have no protection from their personal reserves, or their struggling government, to support them. As the full force of this pandemic hits them, the consequences will be deep and long lasting. Both the basic necessities of life and the supports that we provide through Love a Village are at risk.


You can partner with us to sustain vital projects being provided through our projects.

Other ways are through the purchase of masks, or donations.


(patterns vary as supplies last)


Made with love by Canadians, with Malawian chitenje fabric in support of our Malawian friends. 


All funds raised provide supplies for masks to be sewn and sold in rural Malawi, in support of Love a Village’s Girls in Stitches sewing programme.


Each mask has a slit in the middle to insert an optional filter or surgical mask cover (not included). 


$15/mask + $2 shipping (within Canada)*

*not tax receiptable




Cheque: PO Box 33511, Toronto, M3A 1Z0



The Centre for Disease Control is advising the voluntary use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help people, who may have the virus and not know it, from transmitting it to others while visiting public places.


Homemade cloth face masks will allow for the more effective N95 filtration and PPE medical grade surgical masks to be available for health care professionals and patients.


*NO medical advice being offered*

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