Dogwood Arts restocking after selling out of COVID-19 masks

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Dogwood Arts sold out their first round of custom face masks in just a short five hours.

Dogwood Arts is selling these masks to raise money for their new program that brings art to kids in the community during the coronvirus pandemic.

Now, they’re restocked and adding new colors: dark pink, light pink and green.

For every mask sold, Dogwood Arts will donate two art kits to kids in need.

The organization partnering with the Change Center as well as the Boys and Girls Club, Centro Hispano, the YWCA and Knox County Head Start.

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Dogwood Arts is now selling face masks in an effort to raise money for their new program that brings art to children in our community.

The line of limited edition masks come in pink and green and are already available for $20, while supplies last.

For every mask sold, Dogwood Arts is donating two arts kits to kids in need.

This is an expansion of the art kit program announced last night.

The organization has already put together and distributed 750 art kits through nonprofit organizations: Boys & Girls Club, Centro Hispano de East Tennessee, the YWCA, Knox County Head Start and the Change Center.

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