Covering Those in Need

Our mission is to deliver disposable face masks to those who need them. That includes you, your family, and organizations like shelters, nursing homes, churches, and others on the front lines helping us through this crisis.

When you buy a pack of Give Back Masks it allows us to send masks to an organization in need.

The Give Back Mask


Batch 1
3,000 masks - Shipping May 1st

♥ Kindred Hospice, Birmingham, AL

♥ Cornerstone Kidz Childcare, Avondale, AZ

♥ White River Women's Shelter, Newport, AR

♥ Veteran's Health Administration, Martinez, CA

♥ Zephyr Express/ Winebow, Benicia, California

♥ Black Shield Police Association. Cleveland, Ohio

Click here for the full list

Currently shipping from Chicago, Illinois, USA
(US shipments only)

Give Back Masks - 50 disposable face masks per pack

50 Adult size mask pack - 49.95

50 Child size mask pack - 44.95

Product Details

Our Give Back Masks have been authorized by the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization for use by Health Care Providers (HCPs) as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to help prevent the spread the infection or illness in healthcare settings and for use by the general public to help slow the spread of the virus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our Give Back Masks offer the following qualities:

⮕ Our disposable masks offer 3 layers of protection and comfort. The top (outer) layer a is non-woven fabric protective barrier, the middle filtration layer is polypropylene melt-blown non-woven fabric, and the bottom (inner layer that touches your face) is a soft protective non-woven fabric.

⮕ Universal Design - Fits nearly any face size with a stretchy elastic ear loop and adjustable embedded nose clip. The face cover is built to cover the nose, mouth and chin all while providing a soft and comfortable experience. The mask has a moldable nosepiece under the fabric layer to ensure a tight, comfortable fit.

⮕ Durable - Our Give Back Masks are sturdily constructed, will not tear, and the elastic ear loops are attached with heat welding to ensure durability and universal fit.

⮕ Our masks are not medical devices and are not intended to be used in the treatment and prevention of disease. These are general purpose consumer products to help contain the spread of germs and other contaminants. This product and ALL products like it, including cloth face masks, are not specifically intended for the prevention of or treatment of patients of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Latest COVID-19 Mask News

Many states now require face masks to be worn in public. It is important to stay vigilant in our efforts to flatten the curve, even as businesses re-open. Social distancing, washing hands, and wearing masks are critical components to reduce the spread of multiple waves of the virus.

Alabama - April 28 - Source
Alaska - April 24 - Source
Connecticut - April 20 - Source
Hawaii - April 20 - Source
Maryland - April 18 - Source
New Jersey - April 8 - Source
New York - April 17 - Source
Pennsylvania - April 19 - Source
Rhode Island - April 18 - Source

Additional directives are being issued in cities all over the country:

Seattle - May 18 - Source
Nashville - May 11 - Source

How to properly put on and wear a face mask:

To 5 Frequently Asked Questions

Do Give Back Masks prevent me from contracting an illness?

No, Give Back Masks will not prevent the contraction of airborne diseases like COVID-19. They help stop the spread, but cannot prevent you from exposure.

When should I wear a face mask?

The CDC says: A cloth face covering should be worn whenever people are in a community setting, especially in situations where you may be near people. These settings include grocery stores and pharmacies. These face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing. Cloth face coverings are especially important to wear in public in areas of widespread COVID-19 illness.

Why is the CDC recommending we wear cloth face masks instead of medical grade face masks?

Surgical masks and N95 respirators are in short supply and should be reserved for healthcare workers or other medical first responders, as recommended by CDC guidance.

Whats the difference between disposable and non-disposable masks?

Disposable masks are designed to be thrown away after use. This ensures and contaminates are discarded rather than left around your house.

Both disposable and non-disposable masks such as bandanas can provide similar levels of protection however non-disposable masks should be washed regularly to maintain effectiveness.

Who are you donating masks to?

Our masks go to service organizations that have specifically requested cloth face coverings as donations.

Groups include:
- Police/Fire Departments and other first responders
- Hospice and elderly care facilities - Women's shelters
- Childcare organizations for essential workers
- Mental health centers for adults and children
- Truck drivers and grocery store employees
- Veterans' health services
For more details on the specific organizations we donate to, please visit the Give Back List.

Every pack of masks sold allows us to donate five masks.  

Share the Love!

Do you know someone who needs face masks? Send them to The more masks we sell the more we can give to organizations in need!

Do you know an organization that could use a Give Back Mask donation? Have them fill out this form and we will add them to our Give Back List.

Thank you for your support!