COVID Relief for South Asian Creators

The mission of HYFN has always been to uplift and support the vibrant creative community of the South Asian diaspora. We are highly in tune with how deeply COVID has affected the lives of our fellow creatives and are committed to creating financial support that goes directly in the hands of those effected. 

We’ve created a Face Mask and T-Shirt with the intention of donating all proceeds to The South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund. The fund will offer grants of $1000-$2000 to be distributed amongst those we hope it can help the most.

Please support this initiative by purchasing an item below.

About the HYFN Mask

The HYFN Mask is constructed from a black and gold damask fabric with adjustable bungee cord earloops and detachable headstrap.
Internal pocket will hold a disposable PM2.5 filter.
A wire on the nose bridge allows the mask to conforms to your face.
Designed by NAM of Coat of Arms.

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Please allow 2 weeks for shipping. 

All proceeds donated to the South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund

The South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund is a direct response by the India Center Foundation to offer support to South Asian arts workers impacted by COVID-19.

The South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund will distribute project grants of at least $1000 (up to $2000 depending on financial need and availability of funds) to assist United States-based arts workers of South Asian descent (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka) in performing arts, film, visual arts, and/or literature. 

Click here to learn more about the South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund.