Inner westies are doing their bit to keep up the local supply of face masks. Boomerang Bags, Dully Locals, Goodcloth, Gumleaf Bow Scrunchies and Sew'N by Nerida are just a few of the inner west designers and small businesses getting behind a community effort to sew reusable masks. Boomerang Bags volunteers have been making and donating hundreds of uniquely patterned masks to frontline community organisations. I was pleased to deliver some of those masks to Plumtree recently for the use of staff and vulnerable families. I also thank Ashbury resident Nerida Chedra at Sew'N by Nerida, Marrickville local Helena Bulijan at Goodcloth and Dulwich Hill local Chrissy Flanagan of Dully Locals for sewing masks. I especially acknowledge local mum Kristy and her 11-year-old daughter, Molly. Molly has type 1 diabetes and is donating a portion of the proceeds from her beautiful flora and fauna masks to Diabetes NSW & ACT. I thank all those helping keep up the supply of masks for protecting local residents and ensuring medical-grade face masks are saved for frontline health workers.