Mountain Khakis = Helping Hands During the Pandemic

Premium outdoor apparel brand Mountain Khakis® is partnering with three local charities in the Denver area to lend a helping hand to those that need it most during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their flagship location is in historic Larimer Square and is typically packed, but now the snow-covered streets are empty. So Mountain Khakis is partnering with two local charities: Denver Rescue Mission and Stout Street Foundation, to help the Denver community support those who need it the most during this uncertain time. So… if you call the flagship store at (303) 505-1566 and purchase a piece of clothing, that piece of clothing will be donated to the local charity of your choice. The store will also be running special promotions in regard to this incentive, so ask about those, too.

“In a time where businesses and local communities are struggling to make ends meet, and many are finding themselves in situations they have never been in before, there is no better way to support and help navigate this time, than to give,” said Retail Manager Steve Carpenter, nicknamed Carp. “The store staff have the time to help and the local community is in need. It is a win-win for all. Local community is like family and they need us right now.”

The program, which started this week, will continue as long as the store is allowed to stay open and likely into the rest of the year. Visit https://www.mountainkhakis.com/.

About Denver Rescue Mission
Denver Rescue Mission has been serving the most vulnerable in our community for more than 125 years. At multiple locations throughout the community, they help restore the lives of people experiencing homelessness and addiction through emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs, and community outreach. Phone: 303.297.1815

About Stout Street Foundation
The mission of Stout Street Foundation (SSF) is to provide the necessary services and support in a totally structured therapeutic community environment to assist addicts and alcoholics to help themselves in rehabilitation, recovery, and transition in returning to society as productive and responsible citizens. Phone: 866-722-7040.

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