Pro-Life businesswoman partnering with Save the Storks during the COVID-19 outbreak
Pro-life businesswoman Helena Cho and her husband have gone from making jewelry beloved by celebrities to making face masks during the COVID-19 outbreak.
They are also providing a special wholesale discount on masks to those in the pro-life community and for staff at pregnancy resource centers (PRC).
“When you’re pregnant at this time it’s a scary time. Mothers have to protect themselves and their babies. Face masks are selling out. We can help each other out and get a mask delivered to their house so they have something to cover them,” Cho said.
Both Cho and her husband, David Chang, run successful international fashion and jewelry businesses based in the Los Angeles area. They have been outspoken supporters of Save the Storks and pregnancy resource centers.
Cho is the CEO and founder of the jewelry company, Good Work(s) Makes a Difference and Chang runs a garment manufacturing business called Federal Merchandising. Together they have teamed up to make masks at Chang’s factory and sell them through Cho’s Good Work(s) company.
The Making of a Face Mask