Every day we're having more conversations with like-minded individuals and organizations in the Toronto community about how we can collaborate to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spread.
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As our #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge continues to grow, we find more groups aiming to make a difference.
There is a common analogy explaining the unintended consequences of doing something, no matter how small the doing is at the beginning. It is referred to as “The Butterfly Effect’ and goes like this.
PRESS RELEASE: King & Bay Launches #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge in Support of Community Health and Frontline Medical Workers
[Toronto, ON] King & Bay, a Toronto-based custom clothier, has launched the #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge in response to government calls for businesses to step up and help mitigate the risk of depleted medical supplies during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Last week, Dr. Jeff Powis of Michael Garron Hospital raised a call for East York sewers to make face masks. For King & Bay, it was the perfect fit with our #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge.
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In this video, Master Clothier Sushant Vachhar explains how non-medical grade face masks can still help.
The call for assistance has gone out... and King & Bay is 'in' with a challenge to others to use the 'Shirt Off Your Back' to make face masks in support of community health.