Crowd-Sourced Donation Database: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1txEanDkIrJ5GNfSk-zlXkTlB-bQPNRN_Y69qEwmdme8/edit#gid=1259409226
PPE Donation Project Clearinghouse: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OTmhM2BzMYPkdooaQeYqrDShaKHnt1ltrq3iRBPpDjU/edit#gid=0
MASK MATCH: Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them. https://www.mask-match.com/
List of facilities nationwide accepting donations: https://wdef.com/2020/03/21/donate-personal-protective-equipment/
Ontario: The Men’s Shed says they’re ready to produce additional units for COVID-19 mobile screening centres. Yesterday (March 22nd), the province of Ontario put out a call for help to all businesses, organizations and individuals who can help produce and provide medical products. Anyone who’s able to supply emergency products and with innovative solutions is encouraged to contact the Ontario government.INFORMATION: https://www.renfrewtoday.ca/2020/03/22/valley-residents-start-producing-personal-protection-equipment-for-covid-19-screening/
UC San Francisco is accepting donations of equipment beginning Monday, March 23 at 8 a.m.
Items UCSF is accepting include the following:
- Unused N95 respirators and surgical masks. They can be opened, as long as they have not been used.
- Unopened packages of disposable gloves
- Unopened containers of hand sanitizer
- Unopened containers of disinfectants and disinfecting wipes
- Packaged, unused protective goggles
Items not on this list can not be accepted. INFORMATION: https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/UC-San-Francisco-mask-donation-sites-gloves-15150026.php
San Jose: Valley Medical Center Foundation: 2400 Clove Drive, San Jose. For a list of items being accepted, go to the foundation’s website, www.vmcfoundation.org. Donations are accepted Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Weekend hours are still being established; call 408-885-5299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supplies will be distributed to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center hospital and clinics, St. Louise Hospital and O’Connor Hospital.
Glenwood Colorado: Some have asked about how to donate respirators and other protective gear. The state has setup a website to contribute: https://covrn.com/
Denver: There will be a personal protective equipment (PPE) drive Sunday, March 22 from noon to 4 p.m. at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver at which people are encouraged to bring PPE, hand sanitizer, bleach products and more in order to help health care workers. Full list of needs and more information: https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/coronavirus/drive-for-ppe-other-supplies-set-for-sunday-at-empower-field-at-mile-high-in-fight-against-covid-19
West Hawaii Community Health Center requests community donations of N95 masks, any size gloves, hand sanitizer, paper towels, Lysol wipes, procedure/surgical masks, snacks, cold drinks and safety cones. Supplies can be dropped off from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Kealakehe site located at 74-5214 Keanalehu Drive.
WHCHC requests donors call or email prior to donating, with no unplanned drop-offs “for your safety and that of our patients, as well as to respect our health care workers and not distract them from their very vital roles,” the press release reads. “We are strongly encouraging drop-off of donations at our Kealakehe location only to avoid community exposure and keep our Kuakini location, where our respiratory illness triage is located, clear for patients and health workers.” Businesses that would like to donate surplus supplies to the health center are asked to contact Natasha Ala at 938-1699 or email NAla@WestHawaiiCHC.org to arrange for pick-up.
Greene County General Hospital is requesting N95 masks or other respiratory protection devices. Please contact Greene County EMA at: email@example.com or call at 812 384-4127. Leave a message and EMA will return your call. INFORMATION: https://www.gcdailyworld.com/story/2677300.html
The governor is asking for retired healthcare workers to join the fight. His administration will waive normal license fees and expedite getting license reinstated. The Department of Health is asking for donations of gloves, gowns, eye protections and N-95 respirator masks.
The Illinois Health and Hospital Association issued a plea Thursday to a variety of associations and professions to donate N95 surgical masks to local hospitals. Information: https://www.sj-r.com/news/20200319/association-calls-for-surgical-mask-donations?rssfeed=true
Iowa River Hospice and Iowa River Veterans Home are looking for SNACK and FOOD donations. Donations of packaged snacks like potato chips and Little Debbie snack cakes would be appreciated. Food donations must be in their original packaging.
Donations may be shipped to IVH, 1301 Summit St., Marshalltown, IA, 50158.
Visitors bearing donations to IVH must deliver them specifically to the Quartermaster’s Office, underneath the Malloy Building on the west side of the campus. Donators are to ring a green button. Staff will arrive wearing face masks and googles and will unload items from visitors’ vehicle. For more information, contact Deimerly-Snyder at 641-753-4406 or AimeeDeimerly@ivh.state.ia.us.
The Veterans Home cares for nearly 500 residents and has 900 employees.Established in 1888, it is one of the largest veterans care facilities in the United States.
Frederick Health is seeking donations of food and equipment. Please see this PDF for full information about their needs and how to donate.
Henry Ford Health System
Supplies needed: Disposable face masks, N95 respirators, eye protection including face shields and safety goggles, disposable gowns, disposable gloves (especially non latex), disposable surgical caps, disposable foot covers, bleach and/or antimicrobial wipes and hand sanitizer. More specialized items: PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods, nasal testing swabs and viral testing kits. Henry Ford is not accepting home-sewn reusable masks or 3D-printed ventilator parts.
Donation drop off: Henry Ford will take donations 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sundays and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays at its corporate offices at One Place Drive, between Second and Third streets, south of West Grand Boulevard in Detroit and Henry Ford Allegiance Health at 205 N. East Avenue, Jackson.
More details: Henry Ford is not accepting home-sewn reusable masks or 3D-printed ventilator parts.
Supplies needed: New or unused disposable face masks, N-95 mask (sometimes called respirators), eye protection including face shields and safety goggles, disposable gowns, disposable gloves (especially non-latex), disposable surgical caps, disposable foot covers, wipes: bleach or anti-microbial, hand-sanitizer; Specialized items: PAPRs (powered air purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods, nasal testing swabs, viral testing kits
Donation drop off: Drive-up donation bins will be outside of the main entrance to the Beaumont Service Center, 26901 Beaumont Blvd., Southfield. Beaumont will accept donations through Sunday, March 28. It will not accept COVID-19 donations at its other locations.
More details: Beaumont is not accepting homemade reusable masks, 3D-printed ventilator parts, medications, food, blankets or other medical equipment at this time.
Bronson Health Collections begin Monday for the following items:
- Disposable face masks
- N95 masks, sometimes called respirators
- Eye protection, including face shields and safety goggles
- Disposable gowns
- Disposable gloves, especially non-latex
- Disposable surgical caps
- Disposable foot covers
- Wipes: bleach or antimicrobial
- Hand sanitizer
Bronson is also accepting specialized medical equipment items, including: PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods, nasal testing swabs, and viral testing kits.
All donations must be dropped off in-person. Items that list expiration dates must be unexpired. It is essential that nobody involved in the creation, distribution or delivery of new/unused materials or homemade masks have any symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or have recently been exposed to anyone experiencing these symptoms or who has been tested positive for COVID-19.
Bronson is not able to accept the following items: medication, blankets, toys, clothing or other medical supplies.
Please see the article for drop-off and other information: https://www.bronsonhealth.com/news/bronson-welcomes-community-donations-of-unused-personal-protecti/
Hennepin County: Hennepin County has created drop-off locations for items needed to protect people responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Priority items needed include:
- Protective face wear – N95 or N100 respirators, PAPRs and surgical masks
- Nitrile gloves
- Tyvek coveralls
- Tyvek foot covers
- Eye protection (wrap arounds or chemical splash)
The drop-off site for Sunday, March 22, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. is Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation, 3000 N. Second St., Minneapolis.
Drop-off sites (starting Monday, March 23) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily are:
- Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation, 3000 N. Second St., Minneapolis
- Adult Correctional Facility, 1145 Shenandoah Lane N., Plymouth
- Southdale Library, 7001 York Ave. S., Edina
Allina Health welcomes any notes of gratitude for health care workers as part of its “Caring for Caregivers” campaign.
Holy Name in Teaneck said in a tweet that it is down to only a four-day supply of respirator masks, and has no disposable gowns left. Anyone seeking to donate to Holy Name should visit HelpHolyName.org
Nashua: SolutionHealth hospitals are asking for assistance from the community, by way of medical supplies and care packages, to assist in protecting both patients and health care workers from the new coronavirus. Items in need include: Disposable face masks; N95 masks, sometimes called respirators; eye protection, including face shields and safety goggles; disposable gowns; disposable gloves, especially non-latex; disposable surgical caps; disposable foot covers; wipes: bleach or antimicrobial; and hand sanitizer.
Care packages will also be accepted by the organization for hospital staffers who, the company said, are “working tirelessly” and will be, in the weeks ahead.
Items include snacks, candy, and cookies, as well as notes, too, of inspiration and encouragement. Care packages should be packaged securely as they will need to be cleaned with disinfectant wipes before distribution.Donations will be accepted at two locations: Elliot at Rivers Edge, main entrance, at 185 Queen City Avenue in Manchester, and Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, entrance, at 1 Medical Center Drive. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning Sunday. Donations will be accepted on Monday through Wednesday after Sunday, until further notice.
Direct any other offers to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information: https://patch.com/new-hampshire/nashua/nh-hospitals-request-coronavirus-donations-staffers
Brooks-TLC Hospital System is seeking donations of N95 or non-N-95 masks, or other health-grade supplies are asked to contact Community Relations at 363-3313 or via email to email@example.com.
Mt Sinai: is seeking portable HEPA’s or air scrubbers to expand their patient rooms for COVID patients. Mt. Sinai will keep track of all equipment you loan out, to return. Air scrubber needed – Item # 4AYF5, Mfr. Model # F284 or equivalent.
If you can make a donation, please contact Delaney Jones by email – firstname.lastname@example.org or Work phone:929-286-7801
New York City: There are a variety of efforts underway to collect donations as outlined in this article: https://thecity.nyc/2020/03/how-can-i-donate-supplies-to-new-york-hospitals-in-need.html NEW YORK CITY HOSPITALS ARE OVERWHELMED. PLEASE DON’T JUST SHOW UP WITH DONATIONS. PLEASE USE THE RESOURCES IN THIS ARTICLE TO FIND OUT WHERE TO DIRECT GOODS. I WILL POST MORE SPECIFIC INFORMATION AS I HAVE IT.
UNC is accepting handmade masks out of tightly-woven cotton. INFORMATION: https://www.northcarolinahealthnews.org/2020/03/23/north-carolina-hospitals-asking-for-masks-gloves-for-covid-19-response/
Integris health is asking the public to donate:
- Nitrile gloves
- Eye protection
- Impermeable gowns
- Touchless thermometers
- Hand sanitizer
- Bleach wipes
- Disinfectant wipes
Donate the items in the East Parking Lot of Integris Baptist Medical Center, located at 3300 Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City. Items will be collected from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Monday. INFORMATION: https://www.koco.com/article/landlord-hopes-rent-break-will-help-his-tenants-and-community/31805208
Bradford Regional Medical Center is taking donations for all PPE (personal protective equipment), including N95 masks, face shields, surgical masks, gowns/gloves and home-sewn washable masks to cover the N95s. Donations can be forwarded to the volunteer office in the hospital.
Montogomery County, PA: “So, for instance, maybe you are a landscaping business or a business that uses certain cleaning products that requires a mask…If you are at the moment not working and you have masks that you would be willing to donate to the county we can use masks of any type,” county Commissioners Chairwoman Valerie Arkoosh said during a news briefing on Friday.
“These masks will be used for first responders. They will be donated to hospitals as needed. We would be grateful for anyone who is willing to donate any unused supplies of masks that they can spare,” Arkoosh added.
Businesses that wish to donate masks should call the county’s COVID-19 information number at 610-631-3000.
Doylestown: Please direct all inquiries and offers of donations to the Foundation office at 215.345.2009 or email@example.com. We are currently welcoming donations including, but not limited to:
- Medical supplies: new and unused N95 masks, surgical masks*, germicidal wipes, bouffant caps, infrared thermometers, and disposable gowns
- Food (pre-packaged or prepared in a Department of Health-regulated facility)
- Care packages (new, prepackaged items)
All donations can be delivered through the Receiving/Delivery Department at Doylestown Hospital, located under the pedestrian bridge connecting the main hospital to the Pavilion. Delivery times for medical supplies and equipment are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., or by appointment. Please call 215.345.2009 to schedule.
Food deliveries are by appointment only. Please notify the Foundation ahead of delivery so we can schedule a staff member to meet you. Please mark all packages “DONATION”. If you are donating food to a specific department or clinical team, please indicate it on the package or delivery.
Lehigh Valley Hospitals: St. Luke’s hospital is calling for donations of materials so they can make their own masks. For St. Luke’s to make its own masks, the health network needs supplies such as cotton, denim, duck cloth, canvas, twill, silk or other tight woven fabric, as well as elastic and rubber bands. Drop-off locations include the following places: 501 Cetronia Road, Allentown area; 2402 MacArthur Road, Whitehall Township; 153 Brodhead Road, Bethlehem; 487 East Moorestown Rd., Wind Gap; 200 Stryker’s Road, Phillipsburg; 157 West End Blvd, Quakertown, Bucks County; 9 Dave’s Way, Hamburg, Berks County; 575 S. 9th St., Lehighton, Carbon County; and 111 Route 715, Brodheadsville, Monroe County.
They are also asking for such items as surgical masks, N95 masks, goggles, face shields, vinyl gloves, hand sanitizer, and Lysol and Clorox products, including wipes. The network also is accepting hospital-grade cleaning supplies and disinfectant. Hunterdon County emergency responders and healthcare workers are seeking eye protectors; face shields; goggles; sterile gowns; medically-rated gloves; both regular, surgical and procedural masks, alternative respirators approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration; disinfectant wipes; and other disinfectant products.
Northcentral: The West Branch Builders’ Association and the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce are collecting donations from those in the building trades who are willing to provide N-95 masks for healthcare workers. Every mask counts! Even if you only have a single mask to donate, the Chamber and West Branch Builders will gladly collect it.The most immediate request is for 50 masks to protect those in residence at Hope Enterprises.
To arrange a donation, please contact Jason Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carroll Pawlikowski at Carroll@westbranchbuilders.org. Arrangements can also be made by phone by calling (570) 777-6986 or (570) 419-2634.
Washington Health System specifically asked for N95 masks, protective suits, safety goggles, face shields, and latex gloves. To contribute to the WHS Foundation, which will be handling all donations, call 724-223-3875 or email email@example.com.
Memphis: Memphis Medical Society, a professional group that represents physicians in Shelby County, is partnering with the health department to spearhead an effort to collect N-95 face masks, basic surgical masks, non-latex exam gloves and face shields. If you have some of these supplies to spare you can fill out a donation form at https://bit.ly/2xUIrvS. INFORMATION: https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2020/03/22/memphis-medical-society-collecting-protective-supplies-covid-spread-continues/
Family Care Network needs personal protective equipment. Requested supplies include lab coats or gowns, face masks, face shields, goggles, non-latex nitrile gloves, hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol), and disinfecting wipes.Donations can be dropped off at 709 W. Orchard Drive, Suite 4. Call 360-318-8800, ext. 1209, to make an appointment.
Department of Enterprise Services is seeking the following equipment: Disposable gowns, coveralls, N95 masks, surgical procedure masks, face shields, gloves, powered air purifying respirators, PAPR hoods, PAPR filters, comfort strips (Max Ari 2000-201), li-ion battery, small (Max Air 200-36T), impermeable barriers, sanitizing/disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer bottles, hand sanitizer refills, cleaning solution spray, digital thermometers (forehead), disposable thermometers and disposable stethoscopes.
If you have any of the specified products in stock, please fill out this form and return it to DESContractsStrategy@des.wa.gov. To arrange bulk donations of specified items, please fill out this form and send it to PPEDonation@des.wa.gov
Seattle Children’s will accept curbside drop off of unopened boxes or bags of masks between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday-Friday at the Seattle Children’s Guild Association Office, located within the Seattle Children’s Administrative Building located at 6901 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115.
The hospital suggested another drop-off location at the Seattle Children’s Bellevue Clinic located at 1500 116th Ave. NE, Bellevue, WA 98004. Staffers will accept donations from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at this location. The hospital advises the public to call (206) 987-2153 when you arrive and workers will come out to your vehicle.
They are coordinating with Providence St. Joseph’s Health on cloth masks.
Stafford County: Businesses that have extra N95 masks or other commercial masks are asked to donate them. Donations are being accepted at the central warehouse established by Stafford at the Fire and Rescue Training Center at 1326 Courthouse Road, Stafford, VA 22554. Donations may be delivered between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Team Rubicon and members of public safety will pick up any masks also. You may ask for pickup by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Racine: Officials with Ascension Wisconsin are asking individuals and companies for donations of PPE. Ascension Wisconsin is a hospital system that operates 24 hospital campuses and 100 healthcare facilities.
Supplies being requested for donation:
- Isolation Gowns
- Earloop or Tie Masks
- N95 Respirators
- Hand Sanitizers
- Face Shields
- Surface disinfectants
- Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR)
- Controlled Air Purifying Respirators (CAPR)
- Other approved PPE supplies advised by the CDC
To donate, people can contact the Ascension Wisconsin’s Foundation at AscensionWIFoundations@ascension.org.