Cotabato City – Raffy Sabal stays busy and inside his home these days making face shields for front-liners.
A local fashion designer, owner and founder of Ur Aisle (Fashion Design Company), Raffy is testing his skills to support front-liners in the city.
Together with his team, Raffy decided to use PCV transparent plastic to make face shields and donate them to front-liners.
Another batch of FACIAL SHIELD… Insha Allah matatapos namin ito para po sa nasa frontline ❤️ #COVID19 #LETSWORKHANDANDHAND #KAYANATINiTo #WagSamantalahinAngCOVID19 🦠Posted by Raffy Sabal on Friday, March 20, 2020
The Cotabato City has placed under a lockdown since March 17, and on the second day, Raffy started to make a total of 1000 face shields every day.
“I was bothered that I was not doing anything to help. So I started to look for any possible way to help specially to our dear front-liners,” Raffy said.
Thank you TEAM Ur Aisle, Maraming salamat po sa lahat ng tumulong..yung iba na nabigyan po salamat din po sa pondong…Posted by Raffy Sabal on Thursday, March 19, 2020
2nd batch distribution of facial shield for our Highway Patrol Unit Frontliners.. keep safe all the time mga sir…Posted by Raffy Sabal on Friday, March 20, 2020
Aside from the shields, Raffy is also making face masks for donations. Even though he is a fashion designer and has created gowns and even wedding dresses, this is his first time making face shields and face masks.
Friends, brothers and sisters from UAE, old clients and some private individuals offered cash to help Raffy’s funding for the donations.
Raffy posted on Facebook telling friends and family that he was masking shields to donate. And without the intention of making a profit, some agencies and LGUs reached out to order too.
Raffy also cooked some “merienda” (snacks) for front-liners: AFP, PNP and BPAT near his place. Indeed this fashion designer has a big heart.
Tsaraannnn!!! Konting merienda para sa ating frontliners AFP, PNP and BPAT sa kanto namin 😘 #KayaNatinIto #LabanPinoy Special lumpia ni Raffy 😚Posted by Raffy Sabal on Monday, March 30, 2020
While the healthcare system in the Philippines is bracing itself for a PPE shortage, it’s obvious that many local citizens will do their best to help front-liners remain safe in the midst of this global health crisis.
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