The Denver Hospice produces The Mask Project – a gallery of handcrafted clay masks by renowned artists, celebrities, sports figures, heroes and community leaders.

Through the online auction of hundreds of masks and generous community sponsorships, this biennial community event raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for end-of-life care throughout the Denver area.

About The Mask Project

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Held biennially, the internationally known fundraiser features hand-painted works from fine artists, musicians, athletes, celebrities, business leaders and more. Starting September 12, 2016, a month-long gallery in the Kaiser Permanente Grand Court of Cherry Creek Shopping Center will showcase 500 decorated masks.

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History of The Mask Project

The Mask Project was founded in 1998 by The Denver Hospice and the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The goal was to capture the imagination of Coloradans with a unique, interactive fundraiser. And—18 years and 10 exhibitions later—that creative vision is as vibrant as ever.

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Leadership

The Mask Project would not be possible without the dedication of our generous leadership team who make it possible for The Denver Hospice to provide end-of-life care to all – regardless of their ability to pay.

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Frequently Asked Questions About The Mask Project

Are you new to The Mask Project and have questions about who we are and how to get involved?

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About The Denver Hospice

The Mask Project is a benefit for The Denver Hospice, one of the oldest & largest hospice providers in the nation. As a Colorado not-for-profit community based hospice, we exist for and with the help of our generous community. We pride ourselves on being experts in end-of-life care in Colorado, encircling those facing advanced illness with unprecedented levels of comfort, compassion and expertise.

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