Corporate Partnerships

Help keep your staff, clients, and communities safe with masks handmade by our indigenous artisans in the highlands of rural Guatemala.

We’re continuing to donate masks to communities that are in need of personal protective gear the most – and are offering companies a special opportunity to purchase masks for their staff and clients.

While factories in Guatemala and across the world have closed – our innovative home-based, high volume production model has ensured our artisans can stay safe and isolate, while earning crucial revenue to produce masks.

We are able to produce thousands of masks a month and are currently taking bulk orders, that can also be on a recurring basis. Color choices and schemes can be customized, along with paper inserts with each mask that includes a message of your choosing and are FDA compliant, 100% cotton, machine washable, and designed with comfort in mind. They are designed to last and with proper care will last months or years, making them an eco-friendly alternative.

Our masks are a long-term investment in people - your staff and clients - and our artisan communities.

Especially in these times, brand loyalty is deeply entwined with social issues. We can offer opportunities for companies that share our values, including special product collaborations and engagement opportunities for staff and customers.

You can also make a deeper impact in the communities of your choice by donating our masks to those in need.

LEARN MORE

Join the companies and partners that have purchased
thousands of masks to help keep their staff, clients, and communities safe.

Contact Brice Lovell, Director of Development at
brice@mercadoglobal.org.

Mercado Global Corporate Masks Partnerships

OUR MASK PARTNERS:

"Everyone loves them. They are beautiful and so well made. We are thrilled that while we are being supported as physician assistants fighting COVID-19, that the artisans making the masks continue to be supported as well.“
- Joni Barrow, Chief Cardiovascular Physician Assistant at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

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