Integral Purchases Masks from Small Business, Donates to First Responders
May 5, 2020

Lena Michels of Integral Consulting tries on a mask made by local business Fabricate.

Integral Consulting recently purchased more than 150 cloth face masks from Fabricate, a small business in Boulder, Colorado—supporting local business while keeping employees safe during the threat of COVID-19.

For every four masks purchased, the Boulder fabric boutique donates one mask to first responders. Purchases help keep the business afloat during these difficult times.

“Integral and its employees want to be part of something bigger and make a positive impact on our communities,” said Integral Consultant Sandy Browning. “When the pandemic started, we donated protective equipment to local hospitals. Now purchasing from local businesses is another reflection of that larger vision to make a positive impact on the world around us.”

Fabricate’s face masks come in a variety of colors and prints.

Integral Consulting has 17 offices across the country, including the Denver area. Many of Integral’s employees reside in Boulder and surrounding cities. We provide technical insight, strategy, and project delivery to help our clients move forward in an evolving world. View our services related to COVID-19.

To learn more, contact Sandy Browning at