Sales From Microsoft’s Halo Face Masks Will Help Health Care Workers


Help stop the spread of COVID-19 and pay it forward to healthcare workers by purchasing theofficially licensed Halo face masks.

Microsoft and gaming apparel brand Meta Threads have joined forces once again to create the official Halo face masks. Profits from the sales of the masks will help out health care workers. The limited edition masks can be purchased for 19.99 with all profits from sales being used to manufacture two more masks which will be donated to masksfordocs.

Masksfordocs is a California based charitable foundation. It’s run completely by volunteers that help distribute protective gear and supplies to frontline workers in hospitals, and other medical facilities working during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Halo face masks are part of the #GamersMasks4Masks campaign created by Microsoft and Meta Threads, which has already led to 53,866 masks being donated to healthcare workers from the sales of their Xbox branded masks as well as other designs such as Player Unknown’s Battleground. Meta Threads also worked with 343 Industries earlier this year to create a Halo-themed shirt which raised money for Covid-19 relief efforts.

The Halo masks are registered with the FDA, include an adjustable aluminum nose insert and elastic ear loops. The 3-ply polyester masks are washable, reusable, and made in the USA.

Halo Infinite has been delayed until sometime in 2021, but these limited edition masks are available right now. Do your part in stopping the spread of the coronavirus in spartan style and order one today.

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