Share The Warmth Clothing Drive

Donations will be accepted through February 1st, 2019



  • Underwear

  • Socks 

  • Shoes 

  • Baby clothing

  • Winter Coats, Clothing & Accessories (almost everyone is coming from equatorial climates and going to northern cities).

    *The best donations are clothes that are easy to move and work in, and to be on a bus for a long time in. The center WILL NOT take any women's sleeveless or sheer tops, or dresses or skirts, no matter how beautiful.



  • Soaps

  • Shampoos (full-sized, not travel sized) 

  • Toothbrushes and paste 

  • Spray on conditioner

  • Women's menstrual products

  • Diapers



  • Hair ties

  • Baseball caps

  • Belts

  • Shoelaces

  • Baby items

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Drop Off Locations



204 South Galena Street

Aspen, CO 81611


49 Wood Road

Snowmass Village, CO 81615


77 Meadowood Dr,

Aspen, CO 81611

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About the Clothing Drive

We live in a time where we are divided, in our minds & hearts, & more than ever by our borders. Border security is important & we at Lead with Love are not making a political statement, but a moral one. The right to live a life of safety and dignity is not equal for all. Today, men, women and children are fleeing their homes and everything they know south of our border with hopes of survival and a brighter future for their children.

In the face of the unknown, we know that we have a choice and at Lead With Love, we choose to turn towards those who are suffering and to lean in, even when we aren’t exactly sure how.

Monetary contributions, gift cards, clothing, hygiene products, and accessories are greatly appreciated by refugee families. Often they are traveling with just the clothing on their back and will be heading to colder climates.


WE ALL SHARE ONE HEART :But Some Have Forgotten


Lead With Love Summit Scholarship Recipient Ellie Davis decided she needed to see for herself whether the stories of those seeking asylum in the US were true, she asked, “Is there anything I can do in this situation that’s more productive than cursing the darkness?” 

To learn more about what is happening at the border, read Ellie Davis’s first-hand account of aid work, here.