PARTNERS

How it works:

Every purchase on the site pays to send masks to one of these organizations.

Pick one you like, use their coupon code when checking out for free shipping and to direct your extra masks to them.

The Gathering Place (Code: thegatheringplace)

Founded in 1986, The Gathering Place is the only daytime drop-in center in metropolitan Denver that serves women, transgender individuals, and their children who are experiencing poverty, many of whom are also experiencing homelessness. While we refer to those we serve as “members,” no fees are ever charged for programs or services.

The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado (Code: interfaith)
The Safe Outdoor Space is a joint effort between the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, the Colorado Village Collaborative and others. It aims to provide a safe area for the un-housed during the pandemic, and with evictions spiking, this work is now more important than ever.

Samuels Elementary School (Code: samuels2020)

Schools are grappling with difficult questions about how to best open back up. Help Samuels have an easier time by sending them some masks! Use the code samuels2020 when checking out to direct  your additional masks to them. Whether they need kn95 or child size masks, we’ll get them.

Volunteers of America Colorado (Code: VoA Colorado)

Another faith-based organization that’s doing some great work. They could always use more masks, especially for their Family Motel.

Family Tree (Code: FamilyTree)

Family Tree works alongside people affected by child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness throughout their journey to safety and economic independence, providing emergency residential services, case management and advocacy, therapeutic services, outreach support, housing search and placement, education and employment support, among many other services. By leveraging a deeper, broader and more holistic array of life-changing services and programs, Family Tree empowers individuals and families to discover their own strengths to create lasting, positive change. (Family Tree has 3 shelters as well as 7 other direct contact programs in the 7 county Denver metro area.)

Denver Center for International Studies (Code: masks4dcis)

Denver Center for International Studies prepares students for college by developing multilingual, interculturally competent citizens who are actively involved in our rapidly changing world. This is our mission, but it’s more than just a statement.

And DCIS is more than just a school — it’s an incubator for the global leaders of tomorrow. We create an environment and a curriculum for the development of informed opinions with a global perspective, community-building skills, and personal drive to serve others and take action for change in the world. Our students are multilingual, engaged in their communities and culturally aware.

WeeCycle (Code: weecycle) 

WeeCycle collects new and gently used baby gear and matches it to families in need. Since our COVID-19 emergency response efforts began in March 2020, WeeCycle has been serving an average of 600 children per week by providing diapers, wipes, baby food and formula to those that need them most in our community. We have also began our Mobile Baby Essentials program to be able to deliver essential supplies to undeserved populations.

Attention Homes (Code: AttnHomes)

Attention Homes provides housing and supportive services to young people ages 12-24. Through a continuum of care, we move young people from the streets or unsafe living situations into programs that support their education, employment, housing, and overall well-being to successfully launch into adulthood. Since 1966, Attention Homes has developed a full-stream of services to assure that any episode of youth homelessness is rare, brief, and will not happen again. With established and proven programs – a Residential Care Facility, a Runaway and Homeless Youth Program, a Transitional Living Program, and a Supportive Housing Project – Attention Homes is providing prevention, intervention, and lasting solutions to youth homelessness.  

The Denver Inner City Parish loves and supports individuals and families in our community, empowering them to break the cycle of poverty.
 
DICP’s unique approach to direct delivery of multiple wrap-around services accomplishes what single-service agencies cannot: the provision of comprehensive, integrated support through one organization, and the delivery of effective assistance to those seeking to truly overcome poverty.  DICP offers programs and affiliated components in our key service areas: Hunger Relief and Nutrition, Health and Wellness, Education and Youth Development, and Community Support.

Dry Bones Denver (Code: DryBonesDenver)

Through the context of long-term relationships, Dry Bones Denver seeks to meet the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of houseless and street-connected youth and young adults. During this global pandemic, we are still offering our friends experiencing houselessness shower and laundry appointments, and more masks will help us continue to offer this service throughout the pandemic’s duration. We are also continuing to engage in street outreach and could use more masks so we can keep handing them out to people who need one.

Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (Code: MHBH)

Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (MHBHC) was founded in 1960 and is the metro Denver area’s leading nonprofit provider of affordable, evidence-based behavioral health services, including substance use and/or mental health disorder treatment, prevention programs, shelter and transitional housing, and integrated primary healthcare. With a mission to provide a caring, seamless continuum of behavioral healthcare to those in need and a vision to empower individuals to shape healthy, viable, complete lives and communities, MHBHC operates service sites and low-income housing sites throughout the metro area and provides services to over 5,000 of Denver’s most high-risk, high-need and under-resourced community members each year. All of MHBHC’s clients have high healthcare needs, including: those with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders; the uninsured and underinsured; those who are low-income and/or experiencing homelessness; members of the LGBTQ+ community; and those who have experienced incarceration.

 
A Precious Child (Code: apreciouschild)
A Precious Child provides children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. A Precious Child assists children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse and neglect, crisis situations and poverty. We work with more than 450 Agency Partners throughout eight counties, including Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas Jefferson and Weld to identify children and families in the most need of our services.

Together we've donated over 5000 masks. Help us add to that!

Friends of Colorado Masks Ltd.

The Colorado Mask Project

Colorado Masks Ltd. is doing our best to contribute to the Colorado Mask Project. Find us and other retailers listed on their site, as well as mask related information and resources for people looking to sew their own masks.

Project Worthmore 

Project Worthmore was founded in 2011 by Frank and Carolyn Anello as a response to the acute need for assistance of the refugee families in their community. From our start offering makeshift English classes in living rooms, we now offer six comprehensive programs to thousands of refugee clients. Around half of our staff are from the refugee community, helping us to better listen, empower and support those who have come here to rebuild their lives. Strategically located off of east Colfax, Project Worthmore is in the heart of the refugee community and therefore easily accessed by our clients. Our team and impact continue to grow as we play a role in supporting people during the worst refugee crisis since World War II.