ATTC delivers face masks to Douglas County Aging Resources
"You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." -Jane Goodall


As COVID-19 continues to challenge our world, At the Table Colorado, like so many others, is adapting to fulfill our mission while supporting our community.

ATTC volunteers are making and donating face masks to nonprofits, home healthcare workers, seniors, the immunocompromised, frontline workers and anyone that needs them.

Volunteering has been proven to be a wonderful way to stay healthy mentally and physically, so if you are looking for a positive way to fill your free time while social distancing, join us:

  • If you sew and have a machine, we meet weekly, outdoors, to exchange supplies and completed masks.
  • If you don't have a machine, we need people to cut patterns for volunteers that do.
  • If neither of those options are of interest to you, please consider making a tax deductible donation to support the Common Threads Face Mask project (details below).

So the question is:
do you know of a group or person that needs face masks?

If the answer is "YES" please email us at:

Common Threads Volunteers

Your efforts making masks has helped nonprofits across Colorado and beyond. Hundreds of masks have been donated to nonprofits, home healthcare workers, seniors, the immunocompromised and frontline workers.
Don't sew,
but want to support the
Common Threads
Face Mask Project?
Make a safe and secure, tax-deductible donation now, through Paypal.
Jon & Patti Lyman
In a world where you can be anything, be kind...please.

Patricia Carmody
Executive Director
At the Table Colorado