As the world continues to grapple with the new realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, many are rallying up to help in any way they can. Sir Darius Brown, a 13-year-old entrepreneur and animal advocate from New Jersey, falls in that category.

As noted by People, Sir Darius is currently busy making cloth face masks for essential workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis. In light of the pandemic, the teenager, who started an organization called Beaux & Paws and makes bowties for shelter animals to encourage adoption, has sewn 75 masks and counting and is planning to donate them to hospitals in the New York and New Jersey areas.

Helping others is Sir Darius’s passion and, as evidenced on his Instagram account, he has been so far lauded by the likes of President Barack Obama for his good works.

The CDC is currently recommending that all people wear cloth face masks (or face “covers”)…

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