Lincoln, NH, the heart of the White Mountains:  Three weeks ago, Burgeon converted its production from its own products to making masks for organizations and individuals in need, free of charge.  Burgeon has concentrated its donation efforts on organizations that currently do not have the means to protect their people/patients.  In the past few weeks, Burgeon masks have made a positive impact in the lives of tens of thousands of people.

“We on the front lines of community aid are so thankful for Burgeon. Without us even having to ask them, they dropped masks off when they saw the local need. So pumped to have you guys in town.” Marcus Covey -- Loon Mountain Ministry

"What a fabulous company! They have “saved the day” by quickly switching from manufacturing apparel to sewing up bandanas in the form of quality masks to help protect our medical providers. Thank you for your service to the community!"  Jill Kimball -- Ammononoosuc Community Health
"Please Gather NH Volunteer wearing a donated Burgeon Maskpass along to your team that thanks to your shipment, we have been able to follow local, state, and national guidelines in carrying out our vital mission. Within days of learning that the local public schools would be shutting their doors, Gather quickly ramped up our Meals4Kids program, which normally covers the 10 free and reduced meals per day that vulnerable children miss out on during school breaks. We are providing right around 7000 meals per week to those kid’s families, every week, in 5 towns in the Greater Seacoast. We have also ramped up our pantry-market operation, mobile meals for seniors, and community open market— and literally could not have safely accomplished any of these programs without the masks that your company so generously donated. 

In difficult times, frontline organizations like Gather count on the support of companies like Burgeon Outdoor, and are especially proud that this kind of generosity is coming from a home state company." Scott McKee -- Board President, Gather

The Cathy our Creative Stitching Guru making a maskthousands of masks that Burgeon has donated to dozens of organizations over the past several weeks have made an impact.  Grocery store workers at our local supermarket are better protected, meals are being taken to those in need and our healthcare workers are better protected.  The masks may be small, but their impact is huge.

We have received so many notes of kindness and heartfelt gratitude over the past weeks.  We are honored to serve in this time of need and look forward to the day when our masks are no longer required.
“We would like to thank all of our customers for supporting our mission during these tumultuous times.  Your purchases allow us to continue our efforts to support local organizations.  We are 100% focused on making a difference in the lives of those in need at this critical moment. You have made this possible.  Thank you.” Rudy Glocker -- Founder, Burgeon Outdoor

To read more about the impact of Burgeon masks, please see the following:

Granite State Manufacturers Re-tool to make PPE

A Lifeline and Call to Action - NHPR

Seacoast Online Community View Guest Opinion

Read a letter from Burgeon's Founder, Rudy Glocker

Burgeon Outdoor was founded in 2019.  Burgeon’s mission is to help mountain communities flourish.  Burgeon proudly manufactures premium outdoor apparel in Lincoln, NH.  By manufacturing locally, Burgeon creates year round jobs in the White Mountains.  5% of Burgeon’s sales support its community and environment efforts. To learn more, please visit our studio at the Village Shops in Lincoln, our website; or call us at 603-745-7123.


Burgeon Outdoor said:


You are welcome, welcome, welcome!


Burgeon Outdoor said:


Thank you for your message.

Our masks are not for sale. We do make them available to the public at certain times but they sell out quickly. Given the nature of your job, I think it is going to be quite difficult for you to get them in our next ‘mask drop’.

Please email us at and we will make sure we can get some to you/your family.

Thank you.


cathy thomas said:

Hello, just finished working a refueling session at a nuclear plant as an essential worker. We were doing 12 hr shifts for a few weeks which didn’t leave much opportunity for finding masks, which I still can’t find. A lady in the grocery store recommended yours- is there a way to purchase them? I live in Farmington, NH

Maura Walley said:

I heard from a friend, that you were providing masks for NH residents in need . Would it be possible for you to send us 2 masks for our protection ? Thankyou
Maura Walley
16 Scarborough Dr
Nashua , NH 03063

Valerie said:

What you’re doing for New Hampshire is incredible. You are making masks unselfishly for others. It’s just wonderful. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

L Makris said:

This is such a nice, kind. and generous thing you are doing
Thank you

Burgeon Outdoor said:


Thank you for the kind words. If you know any New Hampshire/White Mountains organizations in need, please let us know!


Liz said:

I think what you’re companies doing to support your community is amazing

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