Pink Tag Boutique has partnered with the Super Hero Mask Project to GIVE BACK! Your purchase helps us provide masks to at-risk members of our community. We’re so thankful for our customers and blessed to be able to help others! If you're in need or know someone who is, please click on the request form below. All requests are handled by the Superhero Mask Project.
Bridgepoint is a Title 1 (high poverty) school that returns to in-person classes on July 29th. A recent executive order from Governor Eric Holcomb required the school's low-income families to purchase masks for their children. Thankfully, Pink Tag was able to help. We donated over 1,000 masks, providing 5 masks for each student returning to school and a mask for each faculty member.
On August 4th, we traveled to Pidadome Elementary in Lexington, KY. Picadome is a Title 1 (high poverty) school with many families that lack access to resources, including quality masks. On July 9th, 2020, Pink Tag donated 670 masks, one for every child and faculty member in the school.
On July 30th, Britney and her little girls made their way to Jellico, Tennessee with over 500 masks. Jellico Elementary is a Title 1 school, and with classes resuming soon, Pink Tag was so happy to help! We're so thankful for all of our customers that make donations like this possible.