16 reusable fabric masks that are good for the world

Looking to buy a reusable face mask? We’ve compiled a list of non-profits, social enterprises, and good businesses that are making masks so you can not only protect yourself and others, but also support businesses that are doing good. Check them out below.

Cover photo credit: Smug

Alperstein Designs (AU)

A Victorian-based company supporting aboriginal artists from around Australia. Their reusable aboriginal art face masks include a filter pocket and adjustable nose wire.

Mask Planet (AU)

A Melbourne based small team of artists and makers with a focus on sustainability, social impact and safety. They have a large range of fun designs for both adults and kids, and donate 20% of their profits to charity.


Second Stitch (AU) 

A Melbourne based not-for-profit social enterprise that produces hand-made products from new and up-cycled fabrics, providing jobs and education to Asylum seekers and refugees. 

SisterWorks (AU) 

A Melbourne-based not-for-profit social enterprise, who supports women who are refugees, asylum seekers or migrants. Offer a variety of masks in both plain and patterned fabrics. You can also purchase a mask to be donated to someone in need.

Here and There Makers (AU)

A Victorian based social enterprise that donates 100% of profits to Days for Girls Ferntree Gully. They offer masks in three different sizes and a variety of different patterns. 

Honest Studios (AU)

A Melbourne based mother-daughter team that source fabric offcuts from high-end fashion houses to help minimize wastage. 

The Social Studio (AU)

A Melbourne based non-profit social enterprise. They offer face masks in two sizes and a small selection of colours. 

The Social Outfit (AU)

A Sydney based not-for-profit social enterprise that uses remnant fabric saved from landfill and provides employment for refugees and migrants. Plus for each mask you buy, they’ll donate one to someone in need.

Smug (UK)

A social enterprise based in the UK that makes handmade, organic cotton facemarks with a stainless steel nose-clip and adjustable toggles. Delivered in recycled, biodegradable packaging.

Social Supermarket (UK)

A marketplace of social enterprises in the UK. They sell masks from a range of different social enterprises.

Mask Community, by The Sewing Rooms (UK)

A social enterprise based in the UK, they help provide work for former prisoners, domestic violence survivors, refugees, long-term unemployed and people living with mental health conditions.

The Skill Mill (UK)

A social enterprise based in the UK that provides employment opportunities for young people aged between sixteen and eighteen.

We Make Good Ireland (UK)

A social enterprise providing jobs and training to refugee women.

No Rival Industries (US)

A social enterprise based in the US that donate 100% of their profits to impactful causes. For their latest range, each mask purchased will ensure a mask gets donated to a poll worker this election season.

Uncommon Goods (US)

These fun and colourful masks were designed to bring some cheer into the world. They’ve already raised more than $22,000 with 100% of profits going to NYC Health and Hospitals and Americares.

Lucky Brand (US)

Purchase a 5 pack of reusable, washable cotton face masks, and they’ll donate 5 masks to unhoused neighbours and low-income Angelenos through their community partners.

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