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Masks and More Outlet Donates Face Masks For Children In Local Hospitals

Masks and More Outlet Donates Face Masks For Children In Local Hospitals

Masks and More Outlet, a division of online e-commerce company PulseTV, is bringing a little joy and smiles to children at local hospitals by donating Halloween cloth masks for those having to be in the hospital at this time.

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TINLEY PARK, Ill., Oct. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Co-founder Anisa Ali said, "Halloween is such a fun day for the kids and we wanted to bring a little joy with these masks printed with all of the kid-favorite Halloween themed characters. Children's sizes range from ages 3-8 and age 9 on up to adults."

Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Silver Cross in New Lenox, St. James in Olympia Fields and Riverside Hospital in Kankakee are the hospitals being supplied with these Halloween themed masks.

This is not the first time the company has come to the aid of those in need. Early in the pandemic parent company PulseTV donated sanitizer and masks to local fire and police departments in the area as well as nearly 1,000 KN95 masks to Riverside Hospital who was in short supply of medical grade masks at the time.

Anisa continued, "It is important for everyone to pitch in and do what we can to help our local communities. This is why we started to produce hand sanitizer and even now we are producing rubbing alcohol which is in short supply. Doing something for children who are unfortunately sick or unavailable for Halloween was just something we felt compelled to do." is a North American online retailer that has been marketing exclusively online since 1998. For more information or to set up an interview, contact: Mary Kolacki, Communications Director or call 708- 478-4500 ext. 109



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