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Kids Cool Tie Dyed Mask - 100% of Profits Go To www.NARF.org (Native American Rights Fund)
Kids Cool Tie Dyed Mask - 100% of Profits Go To www.NARF.org (Native American Rights Fund)
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Kids Cool Tie Dyed Mask - 100% of Profits Go To www.NARF.org (Native American Rights Fund)

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This is a tie dyed, kids sized cotton mask.

100% Jersey Cotton 3-Ply Mask.

Fabric rectangle is 6" across, 3.5" wide. Loops are made of jersey knit as well.

Suggested for ages 5 and up for a more comfortable fit. (May be too loose on smaller heads)

Dyed with a procion dye and we dyed the mask, not manufactured it.

The mask is not FDA-approved, not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease.

The CDC recommends use of cotton or cloth face coverings in public to reduce community spread by asymptomatic persons.

We are donating 100% of the profits from this mask to www.NARF.org.

Please refer to our instagram stories after the sale for receipt of donation, www.instagram.com/joyaltee.

Below is directly from www.MARF.org and why we chose them as our charity.

"Since 1970, the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) has provided legal assistance to Indian tribes, organizations, and individuals nationwide who might otherwise have gone without adequate representation.

NARF has successfully asserted and defended the most important rights of Indians and tribes in hundreds of major cases, and has achieved significant results in such critical areas as tribal sovereignty, treaty rights, natural resource protection, and Indian education.

NARF is a non-profit 501c(3) organization that focuses on applying existing laws and treaties to guarantee that national and state governments live up to their legal obligations."