Masks that are perfect to honour World Kindness Day
World Kindness Day is coming up on November 13, 2020.
Here are two masks you need to buy!
Remembrance Day is quickly approaching, and The Royal Canadian Legion is selling masks to support Canadian veterans. You can support our veterans now and get your mask later! These masks have been so popular they are totally sold out. There are other ways to support the Legion at The Poppy Store including getting a permanent poppy broach, a poppy bag or poppy scarf.
The next mask shipment is scheduled for November 26, 2020.
>> Order your mask and other poppy related items at The Poppy Store
Joey and Vancouver Aquarium
Another kind thing to do it to support Joey, a baby seat otter rescued by Ocean Wise Marine Mammal Rescue Centre this summer and is now living at the Vancouver Aquarium.
He believed to have been around 10-days-old and only 3.5 pounds when he was rescued on the west coast of northern Vancouver Island. He was hypoglycaemic and hypothermic. He was nursed back to health at the Ocean Wise Marine Mammal Rescue Centre and as he improved was moved to the Vancouver Aquarium.
These masks are produced by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC with proceeds going to the Vancouver Aquarium, which has been hugely affected by COVID-19.
These masks are a limited-edition and the absolute cutest mask around — it features a picture of sweet baby Joey on it. They became available a few days ago and are selling fast. Order yours quickly to get it in time for World Kindness Day, so you can show off your Joey mask.
You can watch Joey at the Vancouver Aquarium on his live YouTube channel here:
They are available in large, medium and small (child) sizes. The small fit my 4-year-old perfectly!
Kera is a full-time mom with three kids. She lives in the suburbs of Vancouver and recently started Kids Cuddles Coffee, a ‘mommy-news’ blog. She loves going on adventures with her kids all over the Lower Mainland. She has a passion for writing and the news. Before becoming a mom she worked at CBC radio and at a local newspaper. Follow her on Instagram @kidscuddlescoffee