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Ennis Fabrics donates face masks to Food Banks Canada

Company News, News | April 20, 2021 | By:

Ennis Fabrics has donated 3.5 million face masks to Food Banks Canada. The masks will be distributed to food bank employees, volunteers and their communities to keep them safe and protected against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“The donation of 3.5 million masks means we’re helping protect millions of people across Canada, which makes our organization very happy,” says Jim Ennis, CEO and president of Ennis Fabrics. “Working with Food Banks Canada has been nothing short of pleasant and we’re excited to work with them again in the future to continue helping out communities in any way possible.”

Canadian food bank employees and volunteers need personal protective equipment (PPE) to allow them to continue serving their communities. The donation from Ennis Fabrics will ensure that food bank employees, volunteers and communities are well protected against the coronavirus.

Kamloops Food Bank staff members Darren, Wes and Deanna, delighted to receive the shipment of facemasks from Ennis Fabrics. Photo: Food Banks Canada.

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