Approximately 1,500 masks were delivered to North Toronto last month for students and the 2020 grads. The masks are a gift from the NTCI Foundation, which recognized the NT community needed a little boost in the face of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Grade 11 Physics student showing off his NTCI mask

The limited edition red and grey masks were produced by Soft-Masks, which is owned and operated by NT alumnus and Foundation board member Lisa Cain (’82) and her business partner Sue Fisher (’84). The masks, which are hand sewn in Canada, feature high quality adjustable elastics and are made from 100% cotton fabric. 

Don’t miss out—buy your own mask!

There’s still time to purchase your own limited-edition NT mask for $20. They make a great holiday gift! And $7 from every purchased mask will be donated to the Foundation, so you’ll not only be showing your school pride, but helping the Foundation support our students during this critical time.

In addition, 20% of sales from all other masks purchased from Soft-Masks by NT alumni or friends of NT between November 16 and December 16 will be donated to the Foundation. Be sure to write NTCI in the Special instructions for seller when checking out, so funds can be directed to the NTCI Foundation.

Grade 12 students showing off their masks
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