The mission of Health Connect South is to serve the health community as a platform to promote regional health collaborations.

In response to COVID-19, Health Connect South is actively building out a comprehensive directory (below) of healthcare entities requesting donations of supplies, equipment, staff & financial donations.

We will be working with distribution partners in each state to help circulate this list as widely as possible. Please help your local community and share this site with anyone that may be able to help.

Below is our current list of healthcare needs that we will be continually updating here on our website.

If you have any information to share on organizations needing assistance, we will be glad to add to our list.

NOW IS OUR OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

State-Level Donation Requests

Click on your state’s tab below for a list of state-level donation requests.

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

Hospitals Needing Help

Baptist Health

In response to the overwhelming public interest and offers to assist our healthcare heroes, we are accepting donations from individuals and organizations that will directly impact Baptist Health team members experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Baptist Health Care Foundation opens the opportunity to support this fund to the public in order to honor healthcare professionals who are on the front lines of the fight against the Coronavirus.
https://baptistfoundation.org/news/show-your-support-donations-gratefully-accepted-to-support-baptist-health-staff-fighting-covid-19

Children’s of Alabama

We thank you for your continued support of Children’s of Alabama. Below is a list of current items of need for the hospital. https://www.childrensal.org/body.cfm?id=4461&fr=true

We are grateful for the generous offers of support from our community during this challenging time. Like everyone else, we are taking on this fight day by day. Here are ways that you can help us:
• Donate Personal Protection Equipment
• Donate Meals for Hospital Staff
• Make a Donation
https://www.childrensal.org

Coosa Valley Medical Center

Below is a link to the personal protective equipment (PPE) needed and how you can help donate:
http://www.cvhealth.net/news/coronavirus-covid-19-updates/personal-protective-equipment-ppe-needed-at-cvmc/

DHC Health System, multiple locations

DHC Healthy System is looking for volunteers to help sew masks. We are also accepting donations to coordinate meals for first responders and other frontline industries such as police, fire, nursing home and EMS workers. https://www.dchsystem.com/Articles/coronavirus_update_and_health_system_preparations.aspx

East Alabama Medical Center

We are thankful to Auburn University and local businesses that have generously donated needed supplies and equipment. While we are currently stable in the number of ventilators, supplies, and other equipment, we still could use help with certain items. Businesses with access to the items listed below who wish to donate them may bring them to the collection site outside of EAMC’s Main Lobby between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. each weekday. An EAMC representative will be there to collect the supplies. Link here, https://www.eamc.org/patient-and-guests/covid-19-information/

New supplies needed:

  • Bleach wipes (must specify that they kill C. difficile spores) (these are industrial grade and not available in stores)
  • Alcohol wipes
  • Latex-free gloves: exam, nitrile

Additional supplies still being accepted:

  • Isolation gowns: non-sterile, impervious
  • Masks: surgical, procedure, ear loop, ear loop with face shield, or fog-free procedure mask
  • Latex gloves: exam, nitrile or chemo
  • Hand sanitizer: 70% ethyl alcohol

Evergreen Medical Center

We are gratefully accepting your thoughtful donations of PPE (personal protection equipment) for use by our care providers. Here is a link to the items we need most: https://www.evergreenhealth.com/donations

Huntsville Hospital

Donate to the Emergency Assistance Fund at HHF and directly support the growing and rapidly changing needs of our hospitals and community. Your tax-deductible gift will provide critical financial assistance for the drive-up clinics and fever/flu clinics that are serving our community during this crisis.
https://www.huntsvillehospitalfoundation.org

Huntsville Hospital Health System

Huntsville Hospital Health System is accepting donations of clean, unused N95 respirator masks, isolation gowns, tyvex suits, nitrile gloves, goggles and manufactured surgical masks. https://www.huntsvillehospital.org/community-events/news-publications/item/supply-statement-from-huntsville-hospital-health-system

Infirmary Health

A heartfelt thank you to so many of our community members who have donated food, sent us personal protective equipment, handwritten notes and lifted up thoughts and prayers. Our goal is to continue provide excellent healthcare for our communities across the Gulf Coast everyday. Your donations have played a part in making that possible.  https://www.infirmaryhealth.org/affiliates

Supply & Meal Donations

North Alabama Medical Center

In response to questions about how members of the community can assist in the region’s novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response, North Alabama Medical Center today announced that it is accepting donations of unused and handmade medical and protective supplies and equipment. This move is part North Alabama Medical Center’s of ongoing efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for increased needs of personal protective equipment (PPE), which healthcare providers across the nation are experiencing.

The hospital can accept the following unused medical and protective supplies and equipment:

  • Disposable face masks including surgical masks and earloop masks
  • Respirator masks rated N95 or higher
  • Face shields and goggles designed to protect eyes
  • Disposable gowns such as medical/dental gowns as well as impervious or isolation gown
  • Disposable non-latex gloves
  • Disposable surgical caps
  • Disposable foot covers
  • Antimicrobial wipes
  • Hand sanitizer

At this time, North Alabama Medical Center cannot accept medical devices, medications or linens.

Those with supplies and equipment to donate may contact Renee Haney at 256-629-1900 to arrange delivery. https://namccares.com

Russell Medical

Donations to Russell Medical can be made at the following page. https://russellcares.com/donate/

St. Vincent’s

During times like this, we draw strength from the stories of our historic sponsors – women and men who willingly answered the call to help those in need of care and compassion. We also draw strength from our communities, who help us courageously respond and support our caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together, we can help our doctors, nurses, caregivers and support teams on the front lines. https://healthcare.ascension.org/COVID-19/Donate

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Your financial contributions will help UAB secure medical supplies and provide patient care, support research for a COVID-19 cure, and provide meals, housing and childcare for health-care professionals on the front lines. https://www.uab.edu/fightcovid19/

USA Health

As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues, donations are streaming in from members of the community and businesses who want to help supply USA Health University Hospital and Children’s & Women’s Hospital and frontline staff with everything from meals and snacks to in-demand personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies.

For more information about making a donation of supplies, contact Thompson-Yates by email at kwagner@health.southalabama or call the hospital,
at (251) 415-1000, and ask for Kim Thompson-Yates.

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

Advent Health 

You can help give back to the brave care teams on the front lines by donating food, medical supplies or financial contributions at the following link. https://www.adventhealth.com/coronavirus-resource-hub/ways-give-back

Baptist Health

You can help support Baptist Health team members with monetary donations or donations of goods at the following link. https://giving.baptistjax.com/give/278040/#!/donation/checkout

Bayfront Health Brooksville

As we respond to COVID-19 cases in our region, we are accepting donations of FDA-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies, including surgical masks, N95 masks (medical and construction grade), gloves, gowns, face shield and eye protection. https://www.bayfrontbrooksville.com/covid-19

Bayfront Health Spring Hill

As we respond to COVID-19 cases in our region, we are accepting donations of FDA-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies, including surgical masks, N95 masks (medical and construction grade), gloves, gowns, face shield and eye protection.
https://www.bayfrontspringhill.com/covid-19

Broward Health

Join the Broward Health Foundation and make a gift to help our caregivers stay safe and provide high quality care for our patients. You can also make in-kind donations of personal protective equipment at the following link. https://www.browardhealthfoundation.org/pages/covid-relief-fund

Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic is asking the community to help source medical supplies and equipment, including homemade masks. You can also support frontline caregivers and critical research in Florida with a financial contribution. https://give.ccf.org/campaign/covid-19-contribute-supplies-florida/c279561

Lakewood Ranch Medical Center

Our staff of healthcare providers will need additional personal protective equipment including non-surgical face masks. You can help donate hand-sewn masks to our facility or make a financial contribution at the following link. https://www.lakewoodranchmedicalcenter.com/content/health-alert

Lee Health and NCH Healthcare System

You can help support our frontline healthcare heroes by donating critical medical supplies, donating blood or making a tax-deductible gift at the following link. https://swfltogether.org/

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Our staff of healthcare providers will need additional personal protective equipment including non-surgical face masks. You can help donate hand-sewn masks to our facility or make a financial contribution at the following link. https://www.manateememorial.com/content/health-alert

Physicians Regional Healthcare System

We are accepting donations of FDA-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies, including surgical masks, N95 masks (medical and construction grade), gloves, gowns, face shield and eye protection. For more details, please fill out the supply donation form at the following link.
https://communityhealthsystems.formstack.com/forms/physicians_regional_supply_donations

Orlando Health

If you are interested in making a donation of goods or services, please send details of the offer to CommunityRelations@OrlandoHealth.com  https://www.orlandohealth.com/covid-19

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare is exceptionally thankful for your donations including personal protective equipment (PPE) and home-sewn face masks. Drop-off locations are listed at the following link.  https://www.tmh.org/coronavirus/ways-to-help

University of Florida Health

We are gratefully accepting personal protective equipment (PPE) donations. Drop-off times and locations are listed at the following link. https://coronavirus.ufhealth.org/ppe-donations/

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

Medical Masks for Georgia

Medical Masks for Georgia aims to put 25,000 masks in the hands of our frontline heroes battling COVID-19 within 3 weeks. https://www.facebook.com/MedicalMasksforGeorgia/.
Their gofundme page here: shorturl.at/mvAO4

Childcare for Health Professionals

Child Care Needs: The Georgia Hospital Association (GHA) is working with the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) to coordinate efforts to provide childcare for first responders and other healthcare professionals. DECAL funds a call center, which has up-to-date information on availability, to support families in looking for available child care. During the current COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, the call center can provide additional support to hospital staff and other first responders and can contact programs directly.
Call 1-877-ALL GA KIDS (1-877-255-4254).
For employers seeking child care options for 25 or more staff, call 470-426-2610 for direct support.

CMS Medicare Telehealth Services

CMS has broadened access to Medicare telehealth services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, To help rural providers better serve their patients, The Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center at Mercer University School of Medicine has engaged the Georgia Partnership for Telehealth to offer free telehealth services to rural physicians. GPT’s Pathways platform, which is HIPAA compliant, is now available to rural physicians free of charge for six months. Enrollment begins by calling or emailing the Center at 478-301-4700 or info@georgiaruralhealth.org

Free & Charitable Clinics

Georgia Charitable Care network (GCCN) fundraiser, which aims to raise at least $30,000 in donations to ease the strain that has descended on Georgia’s charity clinics since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, will begin today and run through April 22. Raised funds will go directly toward helping GCCN members around the state – of which there are nearly 100 – with technology and supply needs. Well-known metro-area clinics like Good Samaritan Health Center of Atlanta and the Center for Black Women’s Wellness are members of GCCN.
https://www.prlog.org/12815657-charity-network-launches-30-day-fundraiser-for-safety-net-clinic-relief.html

Georgia Manufactures and Distributors

Georgia businesses who are able to help the state provide, produce, distribute, or store critical health care items needed to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Critical items include: N-95 masks or equivalent, air purifying machines, face shields, hair covers, hand sanitizer, hospital beds, gloves (various sizes – nitrile or latex-free), negative pressure machines, no-touch thermometers (regular if no-touch are not available), safety goggles, sanitation units, sanitizing spray, sanitizing wipes, shoe covers, surgical masks, Tyvek suits, and ventilators. To complete the information form, visit: www.georgia.org/covid19response.

Helping Hands Ending Hunger

A Georgia-based charity supporting at-risk families. Now that the schools are closed, many at-risk children are suffering from a lack of nutritious food.  Many families relied on state-provided breakfasts and lunches to feed their children. Now that the schools are closed, this support has vanished in most counties. Thankfully, Helping Hands has stepped in to fill this void by continuing to deliver nutritious food. If you need assistance or can make a donation please go to http://www.helpinghandsendinghunger.org

In an effort to drive more resources to Helping Hands, www.lovega.org was set up and is donating all proceeds from Georgia-related t-shirt sales to Helping Hands.

Morehouse School of Medicine

You can help by giving to the Student Emergency Fund today. Your gift will directly impact MSM students who have a demonstrated need related to the COVID-19 crisis and campus closure. With your help, these students can continue on their journey to becoming the healthcare leaders our nation needs most.
Will you help? Click here to make your gift today.

Palms Medical Transport

Palms Medical Transport is an EMS company in central Ga in need of gowns, face shields, N95 masks, anti microbial hand soap, hand sanitizer, garbage bags, laundry detergent to effectively wash uniforms, and Caviside wipes and spray. Any help is appreciated. Contact Kathy Louth at palms.kathy@gmail.com

Pruitt Health

Thousands of PruittHealth partners are on the front lines caring for the most vulnerable population during the COVID-19 pandemic. With your donation, the PruittCares Foundation will be able to help PruittHealth partners who serve the elderly and medically fragile in our community and are suffering financial hardship because of the pandemic.
http://www.pruitthealth.com/how-to-help-emergency-preparedness

Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation & Specialty Hospitals, Inc.

We had a fire in our facility on April 28th taking all of our bulk storage PPE. We have experienced significant barriers obtaining PPE gowns, any help would be appreciated. Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation & Specialty Hospitals is a wholly owned subsidiary of Augusta University.

If you can help, contact Susan Wilder suwilder@augusta.edu

Supplies

Georgia businesses who are able to help the state provide, produce, distribute, or store critical health care items needed to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Critical items include: N-95 masks or equivalent, air purifying machines, face shields, hair covers, hand sanitizer, hospital beds, gloves (various sizes – nitrile or latex-free), negative pressure machines, no-touch thermometers (regular if no-touch are not available), safety goggles, sanitation units, sanitizing spray, sanitizing wipes, shoe covers, surgical masks, Tyvek suits, and ventilators. To complete the information form, visit:
www.georgia.org/covid19response.

Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps

The Medical Association of Georgia Medical Reserve Corps (MAG MRC) is encouraging physicians and allied health care professionals – including retired physicians, PAs, APRNs, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, medical students, and fourth-year pharmacy students – to volunteer for its COVID-19 Response Team.

The MAG MRC COVID-19 Response Team is expected to be used in an array of ways in the coming weeks. Most of these volunteers are expected to serve in their area, whether that’s working at a health care facility or using a telehealth option – but it is possible that some will be asked to travel to other parts of the state if the virus overwhelms a community’s health care capacity. Note that there are telemedicine-only and local clinics-only options.
https://www.mag.org/georgia/Public/Resources/MAG_MRC_COVID-19_Response_Team.aspx

Hospitals Needing Help

Cancer Treatment Centers of America

With the COVID-19 virus continuing to spread, specialty hospitals like ours must take immediate steps to help contain the virus and support community hospitals that are bearing the brunt of the influx of COVID-19 patients. https://www.cancercenter.com/together

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Generous support from the community helps Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta fund much-needed supplies and equipment for our most fragile patients during this time, and supports other COVID-19 efforts to protect the community such as research and staffing our COVID-19 hotline. Specifically, we are in need of critical supplies including disinfecting wipes and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, gloves, gowns, goggles and face shields (no latex). Donations can be made directly at choa.org/COVID19relief. Children’s and our heroic employees stand strong as we face this unprecedented challenge together with you.
Visit our COVID-19 hub for information from our clinical experts

Clinch Memorial Hospital

Clinch Memorial Hospital, located in Homerville Georgia could use PPE , N95 masks, surgical masks, hand sanitizer and gloves. Any donation would be greatly appreciated.
Email Teressia Shook if you would like to help

Coliseum Health System

With coronavirus (COVID-19), the safety of Coliseum Health System patients and visitors remains our top priority. We regularly treat patients with infectious diseases and our clinical teams are highly trained in infection prevention protocols. Coliseum Health System is closely monitoring COVID-19 developments in partnership with our local and state health departments and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  https://coliseumhealthsystem.com/covid-19/

Emory Healthcare

Emory Healthcare is operating a drop-off donation center to accept certain unopened (sealed) medical supplies. We are in awe, by the outpouring of support from the people and businesses in our community. At Emory, our commitment to improving lives and providing hope is unwavering. Please know how thankful and proud we are to call this city home.
https://www.emoryhealthcare.org/covid/how-to-help.html

Floyd Medical Center

​We are deeply touched by the outpouring of compassion and care from members of the community who want to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to the creativity and ingenuity of our supply chain team, our access to government stockpiles and our work to conserve, we have the masks, face shields and other supplies we need to protect our employees and our patients. However, there are ways our community can help Floyd and our amazing caregivers:  https://www.floyd.org/newsroom/pages/details.aspx?NewsID=210&category=Organization+News

Grady Health System

Grady is on the front lines of community health, and we are truly grateful for the incredible support we continue to receive as we respond to the impact of COVID-19. To support Grady’s fight against the Coronavirus pandemic, we are continuing to source and accept supplies and critical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as N95 and surgical masks, medical gowns, gloves, and digital thermometers. To learn how you can support Team Grady, please visit https://www.gradyhealthfoundation.org

Habersham Medical Center

Now, more than ever, Habersham Medical Center needs this community. And this community needs Habersham Medical Center (HMC). As the coronavirus (COVID-19) sweeps across the United States and confirmed cases continue to escalate in Georgia, Habersham Medical Center stands ready. You can help here. www.habershammedical.com/help.

HCA

As virus testing increases across our region, we are preparing for an expected surge in patients.  We see this as a long term situation.  It is our desire to ensure that our hospitals are well stocked with critical supplies, so that we can best treat COVID-19 patients and support our caregivers.  As such, we are looking to partner by purchasing available quantities of these excess supplies or accepting donations at our local facilities:

  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Safety Goggles
  • Masks
  • Toilet Paper

In order to vet any clinical supplies, I would need to have pricing, photos and the following questions answered.

  1. Where is the certificate of origin?
  2. Is the product in the US and available for immediate inspection and possession?
  3. What do you need from us for immediate inspection and possession?
  4. What are the quantities available of each product?
  5. What is the lead time to get the product?
  6. Where are the products manufactured?

Please email Renee.Finley@hcahealthcare.com

Liberty Regional Medical Center

In the wake of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, we have seen our Liberty Regional team members step up in extraordinary ways, placing themselves on the front lines to support our organization and care for our patients. Our community has also provided extraordinary support with handmade masks, food, snacks and drinks, gift cards, as well as PPE and other much needed supplies. We are humbled by the generosity and thoughtfulness that has been shown to our staff. With this said, it is more important than ever for us to be able to continue to care for our patients with the same exceptional care that we would provide for our own families.

If you would like to give, your financial support will also enhance our ability to continue to respond to this crisis timely, while having the supplies and staff needed to get the job done. We thank you in advance for any donation, no matter the size.
http://www.libertyregional.org/getpage.php?name=foundation&sub=Foundation

To donate to Liberty Regional Foundation:  https://payments.fasthealth.com/web_lrmc3_ga/forms/?formID=3817

Northeast Georgia Health System

Here is how you can help NGHS.
https://www.nghs.com/covid-19?ref=nghs_hp
https://www.themedicalcenterfoundation.org/donate/donationform/?ref=redirect

Phoebe Health

Albany, GA is currently one of the hardest hit areas in Georgia.  They are requesting masks and PPE equipment, here is a link to their website where you can donate and help.
https://www.phoebehealth.com

Piedmont Healthcare

We want to say thank you in advance for asking how you can help. As a non-profit healthcare system, we need you and your support. We are so profoundly grateful you have taken the time to reach out.
https://www.piedmont.org/covid-19/giving-back

Pruitt Health

At PruittHealth, we are committed to providing the highest quality health care while fostering relationships grounded in respect, open communication and professionalism with our patients, residents, clients and communities.​ http://www.pruitthealth.com

Putnam General Hospital

With COVID-19 at the forefront of our community, we are diligently working with our staff to prepare them for the influx of COVID patients. We are accepting medical supplies to protect our staff, visitors, and patients from this highly contagious disease.
As a not for profit, tax exempt facility, the donor may be able to receive an exemption for a charitable contribution.

If you feel lead to donate to our rural hospital through supplies or a monetary donation, please contact
Felicia McDonel
fmcdonel@putnamgeneral.com
706-923-2004

Saint Joseph’s/Calendar Hospital

St. Joseph’s/Candler is taking active steps to ease concerns about COVID-19, the respiratory illness that has gripped the attention of the entire world. First, as a trusted healthcare provider, we want to be a reliable source of information about COVID-19. Secondly, we want to assure you we are actively monitoring and prepared to screen and treat patients. We hope you find this dedicated COVID-19 information page educational and informative. https://www.sjchs.org/covid-19

Saint Mary’s Healthcare System

Here is how you can help St Mary’s Healthcare System.
https://www.stmaryshealthcaresystem.org/foundations/

Shepherd Center

Shepherd Center (Atlanta) would be happy to receive any donations in the form of PPE: primarily gowns, gloves, and N95 masks.  We have been blessed to serve many Georgians for over 40 years and appreciate any donations in advance.  We would prefer all items to be sealed, but not required.  Items can either be shipped to Shepherd Center (address below) or dropped off with advance coordination.  Any questions/inquires please contact Chet Bhasin at chet.bhasin@shepherd.org

Shepherd Center
Attn:  Bethany Diver
2020 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

If you are wanting to give to Shepherd Center during this time in a form other than PPE please visit: https://www.shepherd.org/giving/ways-to-give

Tift Regional Medical Center

Due to Covid19, the Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC) Foundation has setup a special account “Lend a Helping Hand,” which will benefit our local heroes who are working long hours.  To make a donation, you can visit https://trmcf.com/about-trmcf/lend-a-helping-hand/.

University Health Care System, Augusta

University hospital is accepting medical supplies and financial donations to help those affected by COVID-19. Seeking unopened supplies for drop-off at donation center &  financial donations.
https://www.universityhealth.org/covid-19/how-to-help

WellStar Health System

We appreciate all donations of unopened (sealed) medical supplies, as well as homemade masks. Please reference the information in the FAQ section below for creating masks that will help keep our team members safe and healthy. Should you have items that you wish to donate to your local Wellstar hospital, please email us at give@wellstar to schedule a drop-off time.

If your business would like to support our healthcare professionals and the patients being cared for in our 11 hospitals across Georgia, please email us at give@wellstar. Within the email, be sure to include your name, business and contact information, the Wellstar hospital you wish to support (or whether you’d like to give to the area with the greatest need) and the type of goods or services you are willing to offer.

Corporate partners may also financially support our COVID-19 Relief efforts with an online giftor by contacting a member of the Wellstar Foundation.
https://www.wellstar.org

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

Atrium Health

Donate to the Atrium Health Essential Needs Fund to support Atrium Health’s response to the current COVID-19 pandemic and future essential needs. https://www.atriumhealthfoundation.org/gothedistance/

Cape Fear Valley

Cape Fear Valley Health is in need of the personal protective equipment listed at the following link.
http://www.cfvfoundation.org/

CaroMont Regional Medical Center

We are grateful for the hot meals delivered for our care units, for the greatly needed supply of personal protective equipment, and donations to the CaroMont Health Foundation.
https://www.caromonthealth.org/COVID-19/Community-Relief-Efforts.aspx/

Charles George VA Medical Center

You can help support the Charles George VA Medical Center with monetary donations at the following link. https://www.asheville.va.gov/giving/index.asp

Cone Health

You can help support our team members on the frontline by donating critical medical supplies, donating food for employees, giving blood or making monetary donations at the following link.
https://www.conehealth.com/covid-19-information/covid-19-donations/

Duke University Health, Durham

During this difficult time, we are so grateful to our community for wanting to do everything they can to help our health care workers and each other.Here is a list of needed medical supplies as well as other ways you can help. https://www.dukehealth.org/covid-19-update/how-you-can-help-during-covid-19

First Health of the Carolinas, multiple locations

FirstHealth is accepting donations of sewn masks and encouraging people to donate blood. Here is a link to facilities accepting donations and a list of blood drives in your area. https://www.firsthealth.org/lifestyle/news-events/2020/3/ways-you-can-help-responding-to-coronavirus

Frye Regional Medical Center

Frye Regional Medical Center is accepting donations of unused medical equipment and protective supplies listed on the following page.
https://www.fryemedctr.com/for-patients-and-visitors/about-us/hospital-news/accepting-donations-of-medical-and-protective-supplies-equipment

Johnston Health

Johnston Health Foundation stands ready to assist our hospital team and patients with emerging needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can help with a monetary gift or donation of medical supplies listed at the following link.
https://www.johnstonhealth.org/donate/ways-to-give/covid-19-one-community-one-response/

Nash UNC Health Care

Nash UNC Health Care is accepting donations of PPE (personal protective equipment), supplies, food donations and monetary gifts on the following page.
https://www.nashunchealthcare.org/coronavirus/waystohelp/

New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington

We are asking individuals to consider making a financial contribution. Your donation will support comprehensive emergency care and the purchase of needed supplies or medical equipment; technology, as well as staff support and other identified areas of greatest need. https://www.nhrmc.org/nhrmc-foundation/make-a-gift/emergency-response-fund

NC DHHS Calls for Health Care Volunteers

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) is calling for health care volunteers to assist with the COVID-19 response. They are seeking volunteers in the following areas: Clinical (physicians, advanced care providers, nurses, EMS); Clinical Support (pharmacy, imaging and respiratory care); Non-clinical Support (facility maintenance, safety, administrative). The full letter is available here.
http://nciom.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/NC-DHHS_Volunteer-as-Health-Care-Worker_COVID-19.pdf

Novant Health, multiple locations

Your generous gift will help us protect our clinical teams and ensure they remain at the forefront of care for people in our communities. Here is a link where you can help support our efforts via financial gifts, medical supplies, nonmedical supplies and blood donations.
https://www.novanthealth.org/home/about-us/newsroom/coronavirus/giving.aspx?utm_source=healthyheadlines&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=p:hh_a:nh_b:a_d:a_s:corp__k:na_i:brand_m:na_g:nc_n:none_Unsung-heroes-of-COVID19

Pardee UNC Health

Pardee UNC Health requests much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to help protect their health care workers. You can also provide monetary support at the following link. https://www.pardeehospitalfoundation.org/ppe-needs

UNC Health Care in need of personal protective equipment

With the rise in COVID-19 cases, UNC Health Care is experiencing a shortage in personal protective equipment. NCBiotech is helping them extend their search for any personal protective equipment to protect healthcare providers on the front lines of the outbreak. If any laboratories or other industry worksites have any masks, gowns, gloves or booties, please email: research@ncbiotech.org.

UNC Lenoir Health Care

Gifts to the COVID-19 Response Fund will provide critical funding for UNC Health’s immediate needs to fight the pandemic. https://give.unc.edu/unchealth?s=MEDFOT18QAVU39

Wake Forest Baptist Health

Given the strain on our system’s resources to address this situation, your support is needed and appreciated. Here is a list of supplies you can help donate, including homemade masks for our patients.
https://www.wakehealth.edu/About-Us/Philanthropy/COVID19-How-You-Can-Help

WakeMed, multiple locations

You can help support WakeMed’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak by donating medical supplies, making a financial contribution, becoming a milk donor or volunteering. Here is a link to the many ways you can get involved. https://www.wakemed.org/body.cfm?id=5630&fr=true

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

Abbeville Area Medical Center

Abbeville Area Medical Center is urgent need of self-contained HEPA filtration units and all types of protective masks. Contact us at (864) 366-3364 or mdavis@AbbevilleAreaMC.com
https://www.abbevilleareamc.com/abbeville-area-medical-center/about-us/important-coronavirus-information/

Aiken Regional Medical Center

We are accepting donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) including hand-made masks. You can also help support our staff of healthcare providers by making a donation.
https://www.aikenregional.com/health-alert

AnMed Health

The AnMed Health Foundation has issued a challenge to the community to donate 8,000 sewn masks to help our healthcare workers and patients stay safe. Financial contributions are also greatly appreciated. http://anmedhealth.org/Coronavirus

Bon Secours

We are accepting donations of goggles, face shields, masks, latex gloves, Tyvek suits as well as handmade masks. A financial donation in lieu of supplies will also help support our teams on the frontline.
https://blog.bonsecours.com/news/coronavirus-covid-19-supply-donations/?_ga=2.159669054.267523065.1585939454-1147603269.1585939454

Beaufort Memorial Hospital

Beaufort Memorial are immeasurably grateful for the many offers of assistance. You can help by donating personal protective equipment (PPE), blood, meals, notes of encouragement or by making a monetary donation at the following link. https://www.bmhsc.org/ways-to-give/covid-19/

Hampton Regional Medical Center

We are urgently seeking donations of medical supplies including homemade cloth masks. Items in high demand can be found at the following link. http://www.hamptonregional.com/docs/COVID19_Donations_to_HRMC.pdf

Lexington Medical Center

The Lexington Medical Center Foundation is accepting donations of important supplies for clinicians and patients as the hospital works to take care of the community during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a link to the personal protective equipment needed at this time.
https://www.lexmed.com/about/media-news/detail/431/lexington-medical-center-foundation-accepting-donations-of-supplies

 Medical Universtiy of South Carolina

MUSC Health is receiving numerous contacts from businesses, community organizations, and individuals who want to help provide necessary and in-demand health care supplies, as well as food and financial donations. Please see the frequently asked questions below for answers that should help those wishing to connect with MUSC Health in this way.
https://muschealth.org/patients-visitors/coronavirus-information/donations-to-musc-health

PrismaHealth

We are the largest healthcare provider in South Carolina, serving over 1.2 million unique patients each year and as the safety net for about 25% of our state’s population. You can help support our healthcare professionals via a charitable donation or an in-kind donation of needed supplies at the following link. https://ghsgiving.org/alltogether/

Regional Medical Center

To help provide relief during the COVID-19 outbreak, especially for our healthcare workers on the front lines, please consider making a donation to the RMC Foundation’s General Fund.
https://www.trmchealth.org/foundation/

Roper St. Francis Healthcare

The following link includes a list of critical supplies accepted. You can also make a financial contribution to our COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund.
https://www.rsfh.com/News/RoperStFrancisHealthcareLaunchedDonationCenterforCriticalSupplies?id=82

Self Regional Healthcare

Self Regional is in urgent need of all types of protective masks (n95, surgical masks, full-face shields, half-face shields, respirators, etc.) as these items are in short supply. If you can help with these, please contact us at (864) 725-5247.
https://www.selfregional.org/coronavirus-information/

South Carolina Supply Chain Help & PPE Collection

SCBIO (SC Biotechnology Industry Organization) is working directly with numerous partners including the SC Hospital Association (SCHA), SC Manufacturing Extension Partnership (SCMEP), SC Department of Commerce, DHEC (SC Department of Health & Environmental Control), and SCRA (SC Research Authority) to serve as a hub for gathering verified supply chain information from leading-edge companies that have availability of approved resources, including COVID-19 test kits (Vikor Scientific, Precision Genetics, etc.), , to PPE, face shields, swabs, N95 masks, respirators, etc. SCBIO can connect you directly to companies or appropriate organizations that can directly assist
For Information, Please Contact:
SCBIO:  www.scbio.org or info@scbio.org or call 864-397-5101
SC Hospital Association:  contact lhewitt@scha or call 803-609-0037

Spartanburg Regional Health System

Spartanburg Regional is experiencing increased demand for face masks, goggles, face shields and N95 respirators due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can also help by making food donations.
https://www.spartanburgregional.com/community-cares

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

HCA

As virus testing increases across our region, we are preparing for an expected surge in patients.  We see this as a long term situation.  It is our desire to ensure that our hospitals are well stocked with critical supplies, so that we can best treat COVID-19 patients and support our caregivers.  As such, we are looking to partner by purchasing available quantities of these excess supplies or accepting donations at our local facilities:

  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Safety Goggles
  • Masks
  • Toilet Paper

In order to vet any clinical supplies, I would need to have pricing, photos and the following questions answered.

  1. Where is the certificate of origin?
  2. Is the product in the US and available for immediate inspection and possession?
  3. What do you need from us for immediate inspection and possession?
  4. What are the quantities available of each product?
  5. What is the lead time to get the product?
  6. Where are the products manufactured?

Please email Renee.Finley@hcahealthcare.com

TEMA

Thank you for your interest in helping the State of Tennessee get much needed personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are a business that has PPE to donate, you can email covid.ppedonations@tn.gov

Donations are also being accepted at armories throughout Tennessee. You can drop off donations from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m local time, Monday – Friday.  A map of locations is below.
https://tnema.maps.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=c4aa21f3b0f04410b94d25f74ea579b2

·   Nashville donations will be accepted at Houston Barracks, 3041 Sidco Dr., Nashville, TN.
·   The location in Jackson, TN is not currently open.

The following items are currently priority in the effort against COVID-19:
·   masks (surgical and n95);
·   gloves (non-latex);
·   gowns;
·   face-shields;
·   goggles;
·   hand sanitizer;
·   cleaning wipes;
·   Tyvek suits;
·   and thermometers.

All items must be new and unused.

Tennessee Hospital Association

Please also check with your local health system to see how you can help.
https://tha.com

Hospitals Needing Help

Ascension

You can make a difference in the fight against COVID-19. During times like this, we draw strength from the stories of our historic sponsors – women and men who willingly answered the call to help those in need of care and compassion. We also draw strength from our communities, who help us courageously respond and support our caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic.  https://healthcare.ascension.org/COVID-19/Donate

Baptist Memorial Health Care

Baptist’s covid-19 assist fund. We are so very grateful for the many offers of support by those in our community. Our dedicated doctors, nurses, caregivers and technicians have been working tirelessly, and the outpouring of support from our community has been inspirational for them. Here are several ways you can help.  https://www.baptistonline.org/covid-19/how-to-help

Bristol Regional Medical Center

Thank you for your generosity. By donating to the Ballad Health Foundation, you are helping patients and families in need right here in our region.https://www.balladhealth.org/foundation/donate-online

Chi Memorial

Many members of the community have generously offered to make cloth masks. As we have engaged our teams in planning for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients, we have identified those employees who may wear cloth masks instead of the traditional surgical mask. Therefore, in an effort to preserve our supply of loop masks and to prepare in the event of a surge, we are asking the community for cloth mask donations.  These cloth masks are only used by employees who are working in a non-patient encounter areas. That is, those employees who are not in the vicinity of patients and are working in areas not frequented by patients. In direct patient care areas, employees will continue to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Completed masks should be packaged securely and delivered to one of the following locations:

  • CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga Surgical Services Entrance B

  • CHI Memorial Hospital Hixson’s Main Entrance

  • CHI Memorial Hospital Georgia’s Main Entrance

If you have any questions, please email  foundation@memorial.org

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital

Help us meet the greatest needs of East Tennessee Children’s Hospital as we respond to the impact of this unprecedented crisis on patients, families and our workforce. You can contribute with a financial contribution, a gift card donation for patient families or by donating personal protective equipment and supplies. https://www.etch.com/about-us/news/2020/covid-19-donation-faq/

Erlanger Health System

Here is how you can help Erlanger Health System.
https://www.erlanger.org/about-us/covid-19-donations

Henry County Medical Center

HCMC is asking community members, including local businesses and individuals who are not involved in caring for COVID-19 patients, to donate new and unused medical and PPE that could protect staff members and providers involved in caring for our patients. More information about how to donate.

Lakeside Behavioral Health System

We anticipate a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), and welcome donated or hand-made masks. We thank you for your generosity and your time. https://lakesidebhs.com/health-alert-important-coronavirus-update/

Maury Regional Health

Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and the limited nationwide supply of personal protective equipment (PPE), MRH is accepting in-kind donations of specific materials, including:

• Disposable face masks
• Hand-sewn face masks
• Latex-free gloves
• Medical gowns
• Face shields
• Other health care PPE materials

Please note that all items must be in the original packaging with the exception of hand-sewn masks and medical gowns.

To donate these materials, please bring your donation to the main entrance of Maury Regional Medical Center at 1224 Trotwood Avenue in Columbia between the hours of 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily. All donations should include a note that includes the donor’s name, contact information and quantity of items.

If you are donating a substantial quantity of materials, please first contact the Maury Regional Supply Chain Department at arosen@mauryregional.com to arrange a delivery date and time.

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Your support of the Methodist Healthcare Foundation’s COVID-19 Support Fund will help Methodist Healthcare and our hospitals and facilities respond to the current needs of our caregivers, patients, families, and community. This will include enabling MLH to purchase needed supplies, medical equipment, food, and other resources so that our caregivers can provide safe and compassionate care to those most in need.

Click here if you’re interested in donating to the COVID-19 Support Fund.

If you have physical supplies such as N95 masks or surgical masks that you would like to donate, please click here for more information about supplies needed by Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare.

Click here for instructions on how to make your own face masks and send them to Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare.

Morriston-Hamblen Healthcare System

Thank you to so many in our community who have graciously offered to donate cloth masks to Covenant Health. We are accepting all donations! Please deliver all donations to:

Covenant Health Supply Chain Dept.
1400 Centerpoint Blvd, Bldg. A, Suite 150
Knoxville, TN 37932
Phone: 865-374-6900

Regional One Health

If you are interested in donating critical supplies to Regional One Health, please complete the form at the following link. https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/643f6b5a53c9469398e0f5af9e27e66d

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Please consider becoming a sustaining donor or increasing your monthly gift. There are many ways to give, and we understand that the COVID-19 crisis may have changed your financial situation. Please choose a way that works for you.
https://www.stjude.org/media-resources/special-announcements/supporter-info-covid-19.html

University of Tennessee Medical Center

Thank you for choosing to support The University of Tennessee Medical Center’s and UT Graduate School of Medicine’s mission to serve through healing, education and discovery.All gifts made to UT Medical Center are 100% tax-deductible.If you have any questions or to donate by phone, please contact the Development Office at 865-305-6611
https://www.utmedicalcenter.org/give-now/

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

We are accepting donations of hand-sewn face masks and PPE including N95 face masks, surgical masks, isolation gowns and exam gloves. You can also help make a difference by donating blood, making a meal donation or financial contribution at the following link.
https://www.vumc.org/coronavirus/how-help-fight-against-covid-19

National Sites

American Cancer Society

We’ve set a goal to raise $1,000,000 online by April 10 to keep resources and support going. Your tax-deductible gift makes sure we’re still there for cancer patients in all of these ways and more:
Our Hope Lodge facilities across the nation are being temporarily repurposed to house front line health care workers during the crisis. It costs $60,000 per night to keep our Hope Lodge facilities open.
Our 24/7 helpline for answers and support is live. We will soon offer video calls, to reduce isolation.
Reach To Recovery, our peer-peer breast cancer support network is 100% phone-based.
Patient Navigation, our hospital-based patient care services, is available.
Cancer.org is a constantly updated resource for prevention, treatment, and support.
https://www.cancer.org/involved/donate.html

American Red Cross

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, there is a critical need for blood.
https://www.redcross.org/give-blood.html

BIO: Coronovirus Hub

As we face challenges in this unprecedented time, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) want to ensure critical research and development programs can continue. To accomplish this, BIO created the Coronavirus Hub to connect companies with capacity and resources with those that need them. This new hub will enable users to post requests for urgently needed items and announce the availability of supplies and capacity. The portal connects in real-time through customized and searchable postings.  https://hub.bio.org/

CDC Foundation: CDC Emergency Response Fund

Even with the U.S. government emergency funding package that has been signed into law, there are a wide variety of urgent demands where government support will not be available or available in time to meet all the rapidly-changing needs on the ground. ALL OF US, empowered by the CDC Foundation, can make a difference! https://give4cdcf.org/

Donate PPE Locally: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

At #GetUsPPE we are working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a local donor, use the above map, or search by Region or State, to find a local donation site and follow their donation instructions: https://getusppe.org/give/

FEMA

White House opportunity for purchasing supplies and using business services: Please share this great resource for sales and contracts with FEMA. WHO: Companies With Medical Supplies, Equipment and Services. To sell medical supplies or equipment to the federal government, please email specifics to:
covidsupplies@fema.dhs.gov.

Mask Match

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer platform helping people with spare N95 and surgical masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them — without needing to leave their house.
https://www.mask-match.com/

100 Million Mask Challenge: Manufacturers

Hospitals are running low on personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect their health care workforce who are treating patients with COVID-19. During this public health crisis, manufacturers have an opportunity to support their local hospitals in producing this lifesaving equipment.
https://www.aha.org/initiativescampaigns/2020-03-26-100-million-mask-challenge-manufacturers?mod=article_inline

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