Gap Inc. Steps Up Production of Face Masks While Giving Back

by Gap Inc. Blogs

Gap Inc.

May 8, 2020

As communities around the world make moves to reemerge and reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, one thing is certain; wearing face masks will become the new normal. 

Gap Inc. has already responded to the call to action by sourcing millions of masks and other personal protective equipment to the healthcare community, and now brands are responding to the demand from consumers who are trying to safely and responsibly restart their daily lives by producing masks for everyday use. Our brands are also giving back, providing 200,000 masks for community organizations and raising money for causes with the greatest need.  

Here are some details of the first masks being offered by the Gap Inc. family of brands as we ramp up production of face masks, each speaking to customer needs in their own way. This is just the beginning of how we’re supporting the communities where we live, work and do more than sell clothes. 

Athleta is offering breathable, washable non-medical grade face masks in sizes for adults and kids. 
Price: $30 for a pack of five 
Donation: Athleta is donating 100,000 new face masks to a national healthcare organization. 

Banana Republic is offering washable micro-fiber non-medical grade face masks for adults. 
Price: $20 per mask 
Donation: $10 from each mask sold between now and July 31, 2020 will be donated to Feeding America. 

Gap is offering washable and reusable, triple-layer non-medical grade cotton face masks with an adjustable wire at the nose for a comfortable, secure fit in adult and kid’s sizes. 
Price:  $15 for a pack of three 
Donation: Gap brand is donating 50,000 non-medical face masks to Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Boys & Girls Club of Canada. 

On May 11, Intermix is launching an exclusive pack of non-medical grade, reusable masks by A.L.C. The masks are constructed from 100% Cotton Jersey in A.L.C.’s iconic leopard print.   
Price:  $35 for a pack of three 
Donation: 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Feeding America 

On May 9, Janie and Jack will start to offer washable, reusable face masks for kids made from fun fabric prints. 
Price: $12 for a pack of two 
Donation: $5 from each the sale of each 2-pack will be donated to Baby2Baby. 

Old Navy, launching pre-orders on May 8, will offer a “surprise pack” of patterns in three-ply washable cotton masks in kids and adult sizes. 
Price: $12.50 for a pack of five 
Donation: Old Navy is donating 50,000 non-medical reusable face masks to Boys & Girls Clubs of America. 

 

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