We are partnering with Paragon Health!

Children in Crossfire are delighted to be working with a new partner, Paragon Health.

Limavady company Paragon Health began mass-producing disposable face masks to protect public health during the coronavirus pandemic. The partnership has seen the production of specially produced PPE mask packs, the proceeds from the sales of these packs will support our work in Tanzania and Ethiopia providing healthcare and education programmes for vulnerable children and communities.

The masks, produced in Limavady, Northern Ireland can be purchased by the box (50 masks) or by the carton (2000 masks).

If you own a business or are an individual that requires the use of disposable masks and want the money from your purchase to have a global impact then purchase these masks today!

PROCEEDS FROM 1 BOX OF 50 COULD…

Provide enough food for a family for 1 month through Children in Crossfire’s emergency feeding programme in Ethiopia.

PROCEEDS FROM 1 CARTON OF 2,000 COULD…

Build a hand washing facility for 1 school in the Dodoma region of Tanzania.

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Paragon Face Masks

Paragon Health disposable face masks have a ≥98% bacteria filtration efficiency. This means that our masks are able to resist over 98% of bacteria.

These masks are in line with local and national guidelines on the safe use of face coverings and Personal Protective Equipment.

MASK SPECIFICATION

Compliant with EN 14683:2019.

3-ply SMS fabric.

Dimensions: 17.5cm x 9.5cm.

Fluid resistant.

Latex free.

Nose, chin & mouth covering.

≥98% bacterial filtration efficiency.

Ultrasonic welded construction.

Adjustable nose bridge.

Stretchable: Expands to cover nose, chin & mouth.

BUY TODAY AND SUPPORT CHILDREN IN CROSSFIRE

In an effort to create positive change during COVID-19, Paragon Health began making disposable face masks which are now being sold throughout Ireland, Britain and the wider world. During the challenging times we are currently experiencing, Martin Tierney the Director of Paragon Health felt motivated to produce PPE masks to help people protect their health and well-being during the pandemic. Paragon Health have now partnered with Children in Crossfire on a line of specially produce PPE mask packs, the proceeds of which will support our work in Tanzania and Ethiopia. Click here for the full press release with details of our partnership with Paragon Health.

Please dispose of masks responsibly.

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