You can help the differently abled community by buying these custom face masks

Bahrain For All supports those with autism, down syndrome and other learning disabilities

You can help the differently abled community by buying these custom face masks

All across Bahrain, people are coming together to support each other through the coronavirus pandemic, whether that’s by giving away free food or raising money for charity.

And now you have the chance to help the differently abled community in the Kingdom by buying a custom face mask from Bahrain for All.

The non-profit initiative has ten mask designs up for sale, each designed by a young person who has one of or a combination of conditions such as autism, Down Syndrome and ADHD.

All of the profits made from selling the masks, which costs BHD2.5 each, will be used to organise activities for the less mobile, to buy items for play, recreation and learning, and to organise intervention programmes.

You can order a mask by messaging Bahrain for all on 6638 9111, 3980 7539 or by emailing info@Consultnivs.com.

There are plenty of other organisations helping out across Bahrain at the moment, with the Capital Governorate handing out free meals to expat workers and the Southern Governorate donating laptops to students

Moshy’s in Riffa has been handing out free meals to the unemployed, and Big Texas Barbecue and Waffle House is distributed bowls of soup to Bahrain’s needy.

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