Future to Provide Masks for Healthcare Workers and Patients Affected by Coronavirus

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Future’s non-profit organization FreeWishes Foundation has teamed up with Atlanta Sewing Style to make masks for healthcare workers and hospitalized patients affected by COVID-19. Atlanta Sewing Style is a community of over 500 local sewers and designers who will create, cut, sew, and deliver the masks to local hospitals.

“There is so much that needs to be done during this crisis and if everyone can step up in some way, we can all get through this together as we serve our community,” FreeWishes co-founder (and Future’s mother) Stephanie Jester said in a press release. “I think that our healthcare professionals are the heroes in this situation and they are risking their lives for everyone, so it is our responsibility to help protect them.”

The new initiative is called the #MaskOn Campaign, and its organizers are currently accepting donations for the cause. “It is important to my brother, Future and I that we are of service to our community, especially during this pandemic and throughout the year,” said co-founder Tia-Wilburn Anderson. “This is why our family created the foundation.”

Earlier today, Future shared “Tycoon,” his first solo single of 2020.

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