Trade Up Clothing wants to make a positive impact on the community we live in! 

We believe that, to whom much is given, much is expected For EVERY new member to, we donate $5 to help abused children.

Every year 3 million children witness domestic violence in the home and children who live in homes with domestic violence are at 30%-60% greater risk of suffering from abuse or neglect, this is why it is such an important issue that is near and dear to us at TradeUp Clothing. Every child should feel safe in their own home, and everyone who has the capacity to help, should do so.

When we were looking at ways that we could make a positive impact in this area of society, we realized there were many ways we could contribute. Ultimately, our mission is to be an integrated part of pulling women and their children out of abusive situations and supporting them in becoming independent survivors! By partnering with the National Coalition for Domestic Violence and the local Domestic Violence shelters around Colorado, we can make an difference one life at a time.

How can you help us with our mission? Your role is very simple, become a member of TradeUp Clothing, refer your friends and family, and you too can help save the lives of women and children! As long as TradeUp Clothing continues to grow, we can continue to make an impact in the world around us!

We currently partner with SafeHouse Denver to provide emergency clothing to children in their crisis shelter. We also donate $5 for every new membership registration to help with additional resources. Follow this link to learn more about our partnership,

SafeHouse Denver has been a leader in domestic violence prevention and services since 1977. In 2014, SafeHouse Denver provided 7,654 nights of emergency shelter and services to 262 women and their children escaping abuse. A total of 1,212 adults, children and youth received individual counseling, group support and advocacy services through the non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. Staff and volunteers responded to 14,152 calls for information and referral through the 24-Hour Crisis Line.  For more information on programs and services, as well as giving and volunteer opportunities, please call (303) 318-9959 or visit