90 Day Fiance’s Annie Suwan Toborowsky is Making Face Masks for First Responders

She’s also sending masks to others in need.

Photo by: Instagram: @annie_suwan_toborowsky

Instagram: @annie_suwan_toborowsky

90 Day helper! While the world continues to adhere to ever-changing guidelines surrounding the coronavirus, 90 Day Fiancé’s Annie Suwan Toborowsky is doing what she can to make a difference. The 90 Day and Pillow Talk vet has filled her kitchen with fabrics and sewing supplies to create homemade face masks for those in need.

Annie shared an inspiring post on Instagram where she explained that she will be making as many masks as she can, with some batches going directly to first responders.

“I don’t know how long this will be, but I will keep going as long as possible,” Annie said about her project. “Today we will mail out over 50 masks to many places. The next couple days I will make for our local 1st responders. These masks are not hospital or commercial grade. It is just to help everyone out.”

With mask shortages taking over headlines and DIY guides going viral, those who can sew and help issue supplies to affected communities are much needed.

“We are praying for everyone around the world,” Annie concluded before asking fans to be patient if she is unable to respond to comments while she works. “We will just do what we can. We should all give a little TLC.”

Annie’s husband, David Toborowsky, celebrated the efforts of his wife and explained that they would continue their work in the days to come.

“I am so proud of my Queen,” David said in his own post. “I am so lucky to be with her during these most difficult times.” He later commented Annie’s post, saying,“We love and pray for everyone and we will beat this Covid-19. We are not selling them but will give away as many as possible.”

Well done, Annie and David!

Follow Annie and David’s journey together from the beginning on 90 Day Fiancé, and 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After.

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