BECAUSE THIS CITY IS GOOD.
We think global and act local. Using our talents, resources, and community spirit to share the burden of trying times. That’s why we are creating and selling face masks to support City of Good.
City of Good is a nonprofit created by Boiseans to feed those who are isolated or in need in our community – and put people back to work during our challenging times created by the COVID-19 crisis. Show your support and belief in Boise’s collective power to build a resilient community with your purchase of a City of Good face mask, a fundraiser by Oliver Russell. All masks are sewn locally by S H E (read more about this amazing Boise-based nonprofit below) and all profits from mask sales will go directly to City of Good to help feed our community.
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Style Her Empowered (S H E) works to empower girls and womxn through education and fair-wage employment opportunities around the world. Your City of Good mask was sewn by Jacky, a trained seamstress and fashion designer who joined the Boise refugee community from the Democratic Republic of the Congo four years ago. Your purchase of a mask helps in their effort to create an apparel business to employ refugee seamstresses here in their new home of Boise.