To our LOV Community,
Lily of the Valley remains committed in enhancing Your quality of life and empowering You to be instruments of positive impact.
Since the threat of COVID-19, we boosted personal hygiene practices and provided employees with re-usable face masks. We implemented strict sanitation protocols throughout our manufacturing facility. This re-affirms our commitment to ensure the health and safety of our employees and immediate communities.
Our current situation
In the past 3 weeks, it felt like many of our freedoms were held down because of the enhanced community quarantine. Fear and uncertainty abound; but we have seen perseverance and determination from our employees. City borders blocked out our company's lifeblood and the emergence of positive COVID-19 patients in our barangay is causing much agitation.
We closed our factory on 18 March. But we have been preparing to resume operations; so beginning 6 March, selected skeletal workforce began re-configuring our factory to make protective coveralls and facial masks (PPE). We are donating partly the materials and offering our PPE products at manufacturer's cost.
We are conserving our resources while we weather this crisis; and we look forward to welcoming our employees with open arms when our factory fully re-opens.
Our store remains open
We recognize that many of us still menstruate, many of us still breastfeed, and many of us still move & keep active. This is why our online store remains open, so you can secure your Lilies anytime.
We know you will understand that order processing will begin after the enhanced community quarantine is lifted (est. 31 April 2020). You can trust that your orders will be prioritized and delivered to you as soon as possible.
Our partners in social change
We want to take a moment to acknowledge the generosity and drive shown by Zarah Juan (Zarah Juan) and Reese Fernandez-Ruiz (Rags2Riches, Things That Matter PH), who pooled us small businesses together to support one another. They are inspirations in our journey.
We are one with local businesses in creating positive social change in our respective communities.
We recognize You may feel anger and despair. We understand You may feel fear and uncertainty.
We share the same pain and fears. Pain and fears that are easy to direct at others. But this would be unfair, wouldn't it?
Each of us has the power to choose to feel differently in this present moment.
There is no predicting when our crisis ends. But each of us has the power to make a difference and be bearers of light and love.
When the dust settles, it will be necessary for Us to gather Our collective strength and use Our unlimited potential, to rebuild, for Our highest common good.
It will be hard. It will be demanding. But We will do this together. We will co-create Our new reality, Our new normal; and We will heal.