Joel Clark

Annie's Masks

Fundraising for The Separated Child Foundation
raised of £800 target
We offer practical and emotional support to lone refugee children in the UK.



My name is Annie Clark and I am 11 years old. My Bat Mitzvah is in May 2021, and as this year has been anything but normal, I have no idea what it's going to be!

But there was one thing I could definitely do, which was raising money for charity. First, I had to choose a charity, and in the end I chose the Separated Child Foundation, an amazing charity that helps children and young people in this country who have been separated from their families because of war, terror or persecution.

Next, I had to think of a way to raise money. My Grandma Jan, who makes amazing quilts, began to sew masks for us to wear instead of disposable ones, and this gave me the idea. I also love to sew, and in the circumstances, making and selling masks for charity seemed like a great thing to do.

If you would like to buy a mask, let me know - children's masks are £5 and adult's masks are £7. We do lots of different colours and patterns. Contact me to place an order or email my dad (

Thank you so much for donating to the Separated Child Foundation.


About the charity

The Separated Child Foundation helps young refugees in the UK who have become separated from their parents and close family. We offer emotional, social and practical support to separated children and engage in educational activities to raise broader awareness of their needs.

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