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UPDATE: As of January 2021, MAKE has donated over 12,000 masks to charity!
To help in the battle against COVID-19 in Metro Vancouver, we've donated a total of 10,000 face masks to local charities!
Starting in May, we've been running a one-for-one program where we donate one face mask for every mask purchased. Our initiative began by giving 800 masks to KidSafe Vancouver, which provides vulnerable children and youth with the safety, nutrition, and educational programming they need.
Since then, we've given back to a number of charities!
Read more about the awesome charities we have donated to so far.
Collingwood Neighbourhood House (CNH) is a welcoming place where people of all ages, nationalities, abilities, and languages can attend, participate, belong, grow, lead and learn through our programs, services, initiatives, and events.
Sheri and Devon stopped by MAKE on Granville Island to pick up their mask donations from MAKE.
Family Services of Vancouver offers professional, compassionate counselling and trauma services to individuals, families, children and youth in Vancouver, Richmond, and New Westminster.
Helen is featured with a giant box of MAKE mask donations for Family Services of Vancouver.
Hollyburn Family Services is a not-for-profit, multi-service community-based organization providing a range of integrated support services to children, youth, families and seniors in the greater Vancouver area.
MAKE received a letter from the Director of Family Programs at Hollyburn Family Services thanking us for our donation of 600 masks!
Founded in 1993, KidSafe is a Vancouver-based charity whose mission is to provide nurturing safe havens for vulnerable children when schools are traditionally closed.
MAKE Founder Stacy Hall is featured with a box of MAKE mask donations for Kidsafe.
Kitsilano Neighbourhood House is a non-profit organization providing programs and services, from infancy to older age, in the Kitsilano community to get together, connect and engage.
Mission Possible is a community economic development agency in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, founded in 1992.
Mission Possible addresses barriers to employment by providing supportive, transitional employment for those who are ready to enter, or re-enter, the workforce.
The Shoebox Project for Shelters collects and distributes gifts in the form of Shoeboxes to women at-risk of homelessness in Canada and the US.
Strive Centre is a multi-service centre located in East Vancouver offering a variety of programs and activities for adults with diverse abilities.
With 20+ culturally responsive, holistic programs and services, UNYA's youth-led approach helps Indigenous youth (ages 12 - 30) in Metro Vancouver explore their personal goals for education, work, culture, and life.
Lucas from UNYA stopped by MAKE on Granville Island to collect a box of mask donations from MAKE marketing whiz, Robert!
Wish's mission is to improve the health, safety and well-being of women who are involved in Vancouver’s street-based sex trade.
For more than 130 years, the YMCA of Greater Vancouver has cared for kids, shaped leaders for tomorrow and helped generations of people come together to find support, get healthier and make friends for life.
In the harsh times of COVID-19, MAKE is proud to be giving back and keeping our community safe. You can support our charity initiative by purchasing any of our kids or adult face masks online or at MAKE Gastown and MAKE Granville Island.