Trees of Hope: Masks with Love from MOCA program |

Trees of Hope: Masks with Love from MOCA program

Updated: November 30, 2020 05:40 PM
Created: November 25, 2020 03:22 PM

Masks are pretty much a must these days. And Taire Sullin received two of them from the Masks With Love From MOCA program.

"I like them a lot. They came as a surprise, of course. This one is from Barb's Beanies," Sullin showed us. It is light teal with sparkly bumblebees.

Barb is another cancer ovarian cancer survivor. Though the women have not met, they share a bond. And now, it's also in the form of a bumblebee mask, that Sullin can use to protect herself.

"It's nice, it's comfortable, and it fits well. And most importantly, it's made with love," she added.

She's happy to share her support and participation with MOCA. Because even during COVID, they are caring for one another. "It truly is an alliance. We're wearing masks made by volunteers and family."

If you're interested in making masks or need one, please contact Constance White:

For more resources, head to MOCA's website:

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