Introducing our reversible face mask to support Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day and our Inside Out campaign on the 10th September.
The masks, which are double sided and feature the key message ‘Ask Me Why’ are being launched to help raise awareness of their work and to start conversations which could save lives. The masks will also keep people safe at this difficult time. One side of the mask features the "writing It's about U" and the other reads "Ask me why? #INSIDEOUT"
The masks have been developed to be part of the charities Inside Out campaign which aims to get more people talking about suicide and mental health. The charity does that by encouraging people to wear an item of clothing inside out on September the 10th, World Suicide Prevention Day, and filling social media with the hashtags #AskMeWhy and #InsideOut.
The masks are modelled and promoted by North East singer Joe McElderry who is an ambassador for the local charity and a regular supporter of the Inside Out campaign. Speaking about the masks and the campaign Joe said “These masks are a great way to get people talking about an incredibly important issue and to promote Inside Out. Inside Out is a really easy way to make a huge difference. Turning your clothes inside out may seem like a small thing but it can start a conversation that can save a life. Now, more than ever, we need to get people talking and reaching out when times are tough.”
You can get your mask for just £5
We always recommend washing your face mask in between uses and if turning inside out.