Mask Share Australia | Karrie Webb

Over the past 18 months SParms have partnered with various charities and athletes to facilitate donation of face masks through our Mask Share Campaign. We were able to donate over $150,000 worth of face masks throughout a range of different organisations and individuals throughout the campaign period. If your organisation or charity require some face masks, please contact us.

Our Story


Throughout June 2020, SParms in collaboration with several LPGA golf professionals, was able to donate over $70,000 (AUD) worth of face masks to vulnerable people in the community throughout the US and Australia.

Read more about the campaign at: https://www.lpga.com/news/2020/sparms-and-lpga-players-team-up-for-mask-share-program

For a brand that promotes protection and safety in all of our products, it only made sense for the company to respond to the global pandemic by making high quality face masks in a time of global shortage.

So instead of closing our doors during a global lock down, our team got together and have been working around the clock to develop a qualify face mask for the ordinary person.

Leaning on our experience and manufacturing capabilities, we felt a social responsibility to develop quality face masks as we believed this could be one small part of providing a sustainable solution to the social current crisis.

As SParms played a key role in changing and shaping the new “norm” in sun safety with sleeves, we felt compelled to do the same for face masks in this current time.

In addition, we aim to provide education and help shape the culture in our sporting communities by leaning on our team of international athletes who share our vision.

Join LPGA and LET Tour Champions Lizette Salas and Angel Yin as they lead Project Mask Share.

Our Story


Through Project Mask Share, SParms wants to give an opportunity for as many people to own and use a face masks

For a brand that promotes protection and safety in all of our products, it only made sense for the company to respond to the current global pandemic by making high quality face masks in a time of global shortage.

So instead of closing our doors during a global lock down, our team got together and have been working around the clock to develop a qualify face mask for the ordinary person.

Leaning on our experience and manufacturing capabilities, we felt a social responsibility to develop quality face masks as we believed this could be one small part of providing a sustainable solution to the social current crisis.

Heartbreaking to see the shortage of PPE for front line workers around the globe, we didn’t want desperate desires for protection by ordinary people adding to the shortage burden.

As SParms played a key role in changing and shaping the new “norm” in sun safety with sleeves, we felt compelled to do the same for face masks in this current time.

In addition, we aim to provide education and help shape the culture in our sporting communities by leaning on our team of international athletes who share our vision.

Join LPGA and LET Tour Champions Lizette Salas and Angel Yin as they lead Project Mask Share.

How can you help? - Donate a mask and we will match your donation!


Find out more about our partnership with the LPGA

Our Charities


You can choose where your donation can go to

You can choose where your donation can go to

Micah Projects


Children's Hospital Foundation


LPGA Charity List


Are you a charity/school or organisation that would like to be a recipient of our Mask Share Project?


Contact our team here:
info@sparms.com.au
(07) 5600 0555

Choose from a range of community based
charities chosen by LPGA Tour Professionals.


Click here to see the list.