The MASKrAID® campaign is a Mending Kids online auction of one-of-a-kind masks created and donated by iconic and civic-minded individuals. Through this campaign, we are raising funds to provide masks to children and school staff returning to the classroom in underserved communities.
We recognize that bidding to win a mask may be financially challenging but if you still would like to support our efforts, please consider donating the price of a cup of coffee to help us provide PPE to a child or teacher in need.
Venmo @mendingkids and let us know you are with us.
Mending Kids has worked to get critically needed PPE into the hands of medical and social services providers in underserved communities. The MASKrAID campaign expands this work to include children and school staff.
Our third round of bidding will launch in September with masks from more iconic individuals supporting MASKrAID.
Only the winning bid will be charged and the masks will be mailed out from our office in Los Angeles.
The currently featured talents are a sample part of a larger group of iconic individuals taking part in the MASKrAID campaign.
If you are a mask supplier or manufacturer and want to support this campaign, please reach out by clicking the button below.pitch in with my masks!
Showcase your own mask design by posting on Instagram or Facebook tagging us @MASKrAID_Campaign or using #MASKrAIDCampaign
Mending Kids is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, providing free life-transforming surgical care to sick children worldwide by deploying volunteer medical teams and educating communities to become medically self-sustaining. Our volunteer medical teams donate their time and services to care for children while educating local medical staff.
Since this March, Mending Kids has been donating, coordinating, and sourcing PPE supplies for the frontline medical professionals throughout Los Angeles and New York.
Funds raised from our MASKrAID campaign will be allocated for PPE support
for the front line medical professionals as well as to support students in the US by providing masks
free of charge. Public elementary, middle, and high schools (including magnets and charter schools) in the United States are eligible to apply. We will strive to provide masks to as many schools as we can with the funds raised. Requests will be taken on a first come, first served basis with a focus on helping schools with the greatest economic needs.