The French-Tunisian actress and model Sonia Ben Ammar has made a great name for herself on social networks: through her generosity!
She announced it last week. The French-Tunisian actress and model Sonia Ben Ammar intended to contribute to the common effort in the fight against the coronavirus.
It is now a done deal. On her Instagram account, the young woman showed up with her arms loaded with protective masks. She reports to her 750,000 subscribers: “I made 100 masks and donated them to retirement homes. I sincerely advise you to do the same if you need masks!” As such, Sonia Ben Ammar helps the elderly, who are the most vulnerable to the virus.
“Do It Yourself”
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Made 100 masks to donate to retirement homes 😷🤍 I really recommend you do this if you need masks (I used materials I had at home). They’re not medical masks but they are perfectly safe for every day use & can be washed (sustainable!!). You can watch some YouTube tutorials
In her post, the actress urges her community to learn about mask-making by watching YouTube tutorials, as one possibility. “They are not medical masks, but they are perfectly safe for everyday use, can be washed and reused.” A very “eco-friendly” initiative from the actress who lives in Paris.
Showing a real commitment to the fight against the virus, the young woman also recently took part in the #DoYourPartChallenge, partnering with DoorDash, a popular food delivery service in the United States, to provide free meals to people in need.