Need/RequestsOrganization NameCity/CountyStateCountryMust Contact Before Drop-Off?Drop-Off Address or Pick-Up DetailsDrop-Off HoursDrop-Off PhonePhone # for QuestionsEmail for QuestionsCall/Text to Schedule PickupSource
Medical Supply Drive36 states36 statesUSAhttps://www.medicalsupplydrive.com
PPE - NATIONAL OPTION that takes both offers for donations and requests from local medical groups/hospitalsl (i.e., needs) and then matches the donations to the needsFindtheMasks.comsee list- currently in 41 of 50 states determined by hospitals that have signed up41 of 50 states and growingUSAFill out form on FindtheMasks.comHas list of hospitals accepting donations listed by state with contact information and what they are acceptingsee listsee listNANASEE
PPE, including masks and cleaning suppliesMoores Mill Volunteer Fire DepartmentMadison CountyALUSAN7416 Moores Mill Rd, Huntsville, AL 35811
PPE - NATIONAL OPTION that takes both offers for donations and requests from local medical groups/hospitalsl (i.e., needs) and then matches the donations to the needsPPELinkAny area with US postal codeAllUSA for nowFIill out form: by webapp in near future; currently matched manually by PPELink volunteersTo be matchedTo be matchedNAPPE Link <>NA
protective equipment including surgical masks, N95 respirator masks, face shields, goggles, isolation gowns, and exam glovesMaricopa CountyPhoenixAZUSAYThose who are interested in donating should start by calling the Maricopa County Department of Public Health's call center at 602-506-6767 — tell them you're making a donation — or emailing They'll ask for some basic info, the county says, in order to set up an appointment time, which will be between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.
any type of personal protective equipmentCircle the CityPhoenixAZUSANParsons Family Health Center at Circle the City, 3522 North Third Avenue, Phoenix
surgical masks, procedural masks, and N95 respirator masks. It will also accept hand sanitizer, as long as it contains greater than 60 percent ethanol alcohol or 70 percent isopropanol.
Banner HealthPhoenixAZUSAYFill out form:
nopened and in their original manufacturer packaging: masks (N95, surgical, and procedure), disinfecting wipes such as Clorox or Sani-cloth wipes, hand sanitizer, face shields, goggles and eye shields, isolation or surgical gowns, CAPR/PAPR machines and disposables, and flocked swabs.HonorHealthPhoenixAZUSAYDonors need to call or email the hospital at least four hours in advance of dropping anything off. Call 480-587-6600 or email The phone lines will be answered between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Voicemails can be left after hours.

Drop-off locations will be HonorHealth Scottsdale's Thompson Peak Medical Center, north of Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road at 7400 East Thompson Peak Parkway in Scottsdale, and HonorHealth Network Support Center at 19602 North 23rd Avenue.
personal protective equipment, including isolation masks, N95 masks, isolation gowns, disposable coveralls, PDI Sani Wipes, reusable forms of protective eyewear, surgical masks, and alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Dignity HealthPhoenixAZUSAY* Dignity Health Foundation: (480) 728-3931,

* St. Joseph's Foundation: (602) 406-1038,

The hospital asks that donors not bring items into hospitals, clinics, or anywhere patients are being seen

Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
N95 masks leftover from wildfire season can donate these and other items such as gloves, eye protection and hand sanitizer. Additional items requested: Clara Valley Medical FoundationSan JoseCAUSAYSanta Clara Valley Medical Center; 2400 Clove Drive, San Jose8 am - 5 pm(408) 885-5299 before delivery(408) 885-5299vmcfoundation@hhs.sccgov.org
N95 masks, gloves, goggles, face shields and other suppliesUniversity of California, San Francisco (UCSF)San FranciscoCAUSANMedical students will be collecting supplies on the corner of 18th and Dolores streets., San Francisco 10 a.m to 3 p.m. on Friday, March 20 through Sunday, March 22Anyone who needs supplies picked up can call or text (925) 323-0089.
N95 masks and face shieldsUCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital OaklandOaklandCAUSANDrop off supplies in packages labeled “Amanda Lucas” to front desk at the entrance located at 52nd Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Wayamanda.lucas@ucsf.edu
N95 masks, gloves, eye protection#GetMePPE Bay Area; donating to several Bay Area health care facilities, including Highland Hospital, Kaiser and UCSFBay AreaCAUSAY: Fill out form first:
nitrile gloves, surgical masks, N95 masks, surgical gowns, fluid resistant gowns and other PPESan Mateo CountySan Mateo CountyCAUSAEmail with information about what you're offering and they'll arrange to pick supplies up from your home.
goggles, face shields, hand sanitizer, masks (N95, surgical, and isolation masks), isolation or surgical gowns and wipesKaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical CenterSan FranciscoCAUSAYCan be mailed to: Kaiser Permanente, 2130 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, CA 94115 Attn: Hospital Command Center or dropped off at the loading doc. If you need to make arrangements after the loading dock closes at 2:30 p.m. contact the hospital operator at (415)833-2000 and you will be contacted within 24 hours to schedule a deliveryMonday to Friday 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m at the address above(415) 833-2593 and a staff member will come to accept the donation
surgical masks, N95 masks, procedure masks, isolation gowns, medical goggles, Dacron culture swabs and Tyvek suitsVentura County MedicalVentura CountyCAUSAN*The Ventura County Community Foundation, 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd. in Camarillo
*Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin's office at 2301 E. Daily Drive, Suite 200, in Camarillo
*Irwin's Oxnard office at 230 W. Seventh St., Suite B
M-F 9 am - 4:30 pmIf you have a large donation that requires a truck or if you need to arrange a different drop-off time, email Ashley Bautista, Ventura County public information officer, at Ashley.Bautista@ventura.org
PPE, face masks, face shields, gowns, coveralls, glovesDenverCOUSAYIf you have any supplies you would like to donate, please email
unused, unopened N95 masks and gown donations, as well as other PPELongmont United HospitalLongmontCOUSAYApril 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Those who wish to participate are asked to call 3030.651.5111 to schedule an appointment.
ideal type of mask is the N95 mask, but any donations are appreciatedOklaloosa County Emergency Management ServicesNicevilleFLUSANOkaloosa County Public Safety Department/Emergence Operations Center on the campus of Northwest Florida State College. Donations that want to call ahead can call POC Darrell Welborn at 8590-651-7150, or Dr. Lisa Judge at 850-240-0347 or 850-729-1414, and Dr. Judge can arrange for pick-up.
Any unused masks, gloves or face shields can be donated.

Manatee Memorial HospitalBradentonFLUSAYManatee County has set up a hotline to take in those donations. You can call 941-744-3939 to help
Respirator masks N95 1860/1860s
Standard face/surgical masks (loop or tie-on)
Flexible mini-tip flocked swab-nasopharyngeal
Full-length face shields
Isolation gowns
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties medical professionalsEscambia and Santa Rosa countiesFLUSANVolunteers will accept donations via drive-by drop-off at:

PenAir Federal Credit Union, 1495 E. Nine Mile Road, Pensacola
Blue Wahoos Stadium, 351 W. Cedar St. Pensacola
Grover Ts BBQ, 5887 U.S. 90, Milton
Navarre Chamber of Commerce, 1804 Prado St., Navarre
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April the Pensacola Chamber's director of external affairs, Sara Lefevers, at 850-356-8735 or, or the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Donna Tucker at 850-623-2339 or
goggles, face shields, masks and protective gownsQueen’s Health SystemsHonoluluHIUSANThe Queen’s Medical Center-Punchbowl
Where: Front hospital lobby
When: 24/7
For more information: Call 691-4364 for more information.
The Queen’s Medical Center-West Oahu
Where: Receiving loading dock
When: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
For more information: Call Mark Hinshaw at 691-3000
Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital
For more information: Call Money Atwal 885-4444
Molokai General Hospital
Where: Administration building (business hours) or ER (after hours)
For more information: Jan Kalanihuia at 553-5331 or ER registration clerk at 553-5331
surgical masks
N95 masks
sterile cotton-tipped swabs (specifically BD #220531)
University of Chicago MedicineChicagoILUSANKCBD Room 1220; 900 East 57th Street; Chicago, IL; Map: am - 4 pm Monday-Friday
N95 masks (donating to healthcare workers)Champaign County Farm BureauChampaignILUSA801 N. Country Fair Drive, C.

If you can’t make that time, call or text Bailey at 217-714-4955 to arrange a pick-up
1-3 pm Saturday
Eye Protection:
Face Shields
Infection Control Kits
Hand Sanitizer (any size)
Disinfectant Wipes (any size)
Thermometers (forehead only)
State of IllinoisILUSAYEmail: or visit the website:
masks, gowns, gloves, hand sanitizer and bleach wipes which must all still be unopened and wrapped.
Hospital Sisters Mission OutreachSpringfieldILUSANHospital Sisters Mission Outreach located at 4930 LaVerna Road in Springfield, Ill.starting on Wednesday, March 25 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

Collection will continue Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. until Friday, April 3rd.
(217) 525-8843
masks, gloves, and gowns McLean CountyBloomingtonILUSAYDonors can contact Eric Davison at BFD to do so/find out more.
MasksGreene County Emergency Management AgencyGreene CountyINUSAContact Greene County EMA at: or call at (812) 384-4127 and leave a message
masks, paper protective gowns and protective glasses. New N95 Masks (usually made by 3M or KC Duckbill but we will accept any), New Paper masks (with ties or elastic) and New Paper protective gowns
Black small square Reusable Goggles/Glasses
Cambridge Health AllianceCambridgeMAUSANCHA Public Safety at the main entrance of Cambridge, Everett and Somerville Hospitals24/7
personal protective equipmentBrigham and Women's HospitalBostonMAUSAYFill out form:
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. Henry Ford Health SystemDetroitMIUSANOne 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. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sundays and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays
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 kitsBeaumont HealthDetroitMIUSANDrive-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.
Oakland County is seeking masks, face shields, surgical gowns, gloves, ventilators and non-touch thermometers from local businesses that may have them for local hospitals and first responders.Oakland CountyOakland CountyMIUSANDonations can be dropped off starting Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Oakland County Farmers Market, Pontiac Lake Road and County Center Drive.

Business are asked to call the county's Emergency Operations Center at 248-858-5300 or email The county will arrange for pick-up.
New or unused 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. More specialized items: PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods, nasal testing swabs, viral testing kitsUniversity of Michigan hospitalsMIUSANDon't go to the hospital. U-M is taking donations at the former Pfizer complex at 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor. Enter through from Huron Parkway and follow the signs to the loading dock. Donations will be accepted today and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
PAPRs, regular masks, N95 masks, face shields, gowns, hot glue sticks, surgical caps/protective caps, eyeglass shields/goggles, nasal testing swabs, M4 viral media, Lysol or Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, transparency sheets
Saint Joseph Mercy Health SystemMIUSANSt. Joe's Ann Arbor (Towsley Health Building, Catherine’s House Dress for Success entrance)- 5361 McAuley Dr., Ypsilanti; St. Joe's Livingston (main entrance) at 620 Byron Rd, Howell 8 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
Disposable face masks
N95 masks/respirators
Face shields (clear)
Safety goggles and other eye protection (clear)
Disposable gowns
Disposable Nitrile gloves (non-latex)
Disposable surgical caps
Disposable foot covers
Bleach or antimicrobial wipes
Hand-sanitizer (>60% alcohol)
Swabs (for sample/specimen collection)
Covenant HealthCare SaginawMIUSAN*700 Cooper at the front desk or drop-box
*5400 Mackinaw Road at the outdoor drop-off at the Covenant vehicle between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
unused certified N95 masksMinnesota Nurses AssociationSt PaulMNUSAN345 Randolph Ave., Suite 200, in St. Paul. Staff asks those dropping off masks to stay in their car.Saturday, March 21, through Sunday, March 29, from noon until 2 p.m.
Personal Protective Equipment supply donations of any type of mask— surgical, N95 or otherProvidence St. Patrick HospitalMissoulaMTUSAYFor supply donations, call Anita at 329-4147 or email anita.nash@providence.org
N95 masks or other suppliesInspira FoundationNJUSANDrop off to Guest Services at Inspira Health Woodbury, formerly Underwood Memorial Hospital; To have someone pick up your donation, contact the Inspira Foundation at 856-641-8290 or a.m. and 9 p.m
N95 masks and regular masks
Eye protectors
Sterile gowns
Surgical gloves
Morristown Medical CenterMorristownNJUSAYMorristown Medical is asking individuals or businesses that can help to make contact on the center’s website: AtlanticHealth.org
N95 masks, surgical masks or other personal protective equipmentShamong Township's Office of Emergency ManagementNJUSAYif you are willing to donate it for the use of our first responders, please email ShamongOEM@Gmail.com
N95 masks for Tribal medical supportNorthern Navajo Medical CenterShiprockNMUSAYesIf you are willing to donate, contact person is Jeff at 970-749-5361Coordinate with Jeff
N95 masks, latex and nitrile gloves, wipes, goggles and moreState of New York Department of HealthNYUSAYWill connect donors to those who need equipment: Call 646-522-8477 or email COVID19supplies@esd.ny.gov
N95 masks, latex and nitrile gloves, wipes, goggles and moreBellevue HospitalNew YorkNYUSAYEmail with “a detailed description” of donation offers
masks, gowns, eyewear, faceshields, thermometers and hand sanitizerSt. Joseph’s HealthSyracuseNYUSAY Anyone who wants to donate can call (315) 214-6855.
Kaleida will accept any N95 and Non-N95 mask donations. The N95 masks that are in high need are:

-3M 1860 model (size regular and small)
-Halyard model #46767 and 46867

Kaleida HealthBuffaloNYUSAYTo help, contact the Kaleida Health Coronavirus Command Center: Phone: (716) 859-2200; email:
ECMC is also seeking both N95 and non-N95 masks. The hospital said the mask it needs most is the 3M 1960 model, sizes regular and small.
Erie County Medical CenterErieNYUSAYTo donate, call 716-898-3844 or email hospitalcommandcenter@ecmc.edu
N95, P100 masksGreenburgh First RespondersGreenburghNYUSAPlease e mail or
respirator masks, medical gloves, gowns and other personal-protective equipmentNantucket Cottage Hospital NantucketNYUSANdropped off at the loading dock at Nantucket Cottage Hospital off Vesper LaneNoon-2 pm daily
PPE donations that include face shields, N95 3M 1860 masks, protective eyewear, goggles, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer and other supplies required for staff safetyStony Brook University HospitalStony BrookNYUSAYIf members of the community have medical supplies or comfort care items to donate, they should contact Joan Dickinson, Stony Brook University Community Relations Director, at or at 631.219.0603 so a drop off time and location can be arranged and donations put into the right hands quickly
unopened boxes of gloves, Tyvex suits gowns, N95 masks, surgical masks, hand sanitizer, thermometers and wet wipesStark County Emergency Management AgencyStark CountyOHUSAYAnyone wishing to make a donation is asked to contact the Stark County Emergency Management Agency at 330-451-3900
N95 masks, surgical masks, surgical gloves and/or protective Tyvek-type suits to be given to emergency responders and medical facilitiesLorain County Office of Emergency ManagementLorain CountyOHUSAYTo donate, call the Lorain County Office of Emergency Management at 440-329-5117 between the hours of 8AM - 4:30PM
Surgical Masks
N-95 respirators
Nitrile gloves
PAPRs (powered air purifying respirators)
APR (air purifying respirator)
Face shields
Montgomery County Emergency Operations CenterClaytonOHUSAFor large donations (pallets or more), please contact St. Vincent de Paul 937-425-0592 to schedule a drop-off time.
drop off your donation at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store loading dock at 945 S. Edwin C. Moses, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., without an appointment.
8 am - 4 pm(937) 225-6316
N95 masks
Surgical masks
Eye protection
Face shields
Nitrile gloves
Disinfecting wipes
Hand sanitizer
Cuyahoga CountyNewburgh HeightsOHUSANpublic works garage (2501 Harvard Ave. Newburgh Heights, OH 44105)9:30 am - 2:30 pm
PPEClermont County Public HealthBataviaOHUSANThursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can bring your donations to Clermont County Public Health's central office.

You can also make arrangements for pick-up by calling 513-732-7499.
Masks – “This is our #1 Need. Dust masks, painter masks, construction masks, surgical masks. We can use them all.”
Nitrile gloves
Eye protection
Impermeable gowns
Touchless thermometers
Hand sanitizer
Bleach wipes
Disinfectant wipes
INTEGRIS Baptist Medical CenterOklahoma CityOKUSANEast Parking Lot of INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, located at 3300 N.W. Expressway in Oklahoma City3 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 20, Saturday, March 21, and Monday, March 23
masks and other PPEStillwater Medical CenterStillwaterOKUSANStillwater Medical Plaza building, located at 1201 S. Adams8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
N95 masks or other suppliesPeaceHealth OregonSalemORUSANMail or drop off: ATTN: PPE Coordinator

Dept. of Corrections

3601 State Street

Salem, OR, 97301
masks, gowns, gloves, face shields, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipesMultnomah County health officials and Portland Fire and Rescue PortlandORUSANFire Marshall Office parking lot located at 1300 SE Gideon Street or at the Multnomah County Headquarters at 501 SE Hawthorne, both in Portland9 and 4 p.m.
N95 masks
NIOSH-approved respirators, including:
N95, N99, N100
P95, P99, P100
R95, R99, R10
Any type of surgical mask, including pediatric ear loop masks
Isolation gowns
Nitrile exam gloves
Hand sanitizer (any brand is fine, but cannot have glitter)
Rubbing alcohol
Pure aloe vera gel
Lactated ringers
Medical face shield
St. Charles Health SystemBend, Madras, Prineville and RedmondORUSANPlease do not drop off supplies at St. Charles hospitals and clinics.

Starting Friday and through March 27, donations can be dropped off on weekdays during local schools’ free meals programs at specified hours at the following sites:
N95 masks
Face masks (with ties or elastic)
Disposable gowns
Protective glasses /goggles
Hand sanitizer
Regular face shields
Bleach or disinfecting wipes
Non-contact thermometers
Einstein Healthcare NetworkPhiladelphiaPAUSAYPlease contact the Office of Development at 215-456-7200 to arrange a pick up or bring directly to one of the campuses (locations below). Please attach a business card or personal information so we may properly thank you.
N-95 respirator masks (medical grade preferred) or industrial, NIOSH and FDA approved
Hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol
Surgical grade earloop facemasks (preferred) or tieback face masks
Masks with face shields
Goggles (no openings on sides)
Jefferson HealthPhiladelphiaPAUSANThomas Jefferson University Hospital
Bluemle Life Sciences Building (loading dock)
233 South 10th Street, Center City

Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health
Levy Medical Plaza
1235 Old York Road (off of Woodland Road), Abington, PA

Jefferson Torresdale Hospital – Main Lobby
10800 Knights Road, Northeast Philadelphia

Jefferson Health – New Jersey
The Church
367 Hurffville-Crosskeys Rd., Sewell, NJ
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
N95 masks
Face shields
Tyvek coveralls
Hand sanitizer
Sanitizing wipes
Temple HealthPhiladelphiaPAUSANEmail with information on the gear you’d like to donate and they will coordinate with you.
donations in bulk quantities (defined as “a case or more”).Penn MedicinePhiladelphiaPAUSAYIf you have bulk donations to offer, email with information. Even if you don’t have bulk quantities of masks, wipes, or other gear, you can email that address to ask if what you do have can be of use.
PPEUPMC LititzHarrisburgPAUSAYFill out form:
Face shields
• Face Masks (non-medical or n-95 face mask non-medical)
• Face Masks (medical)
• Medical Gowns (paper fluid resistant or plastic)
• Hand sanitizer
• Disinfecting wipes (Clorox/Lysol wipes)
• Baby Wipes
• Nitrile gloves (new, in unopened box, not expired)
• Goggles (medical)
Covenant HealthLubbockTXUSANCovenant Health parking lot just off 21st and Indiana. A Covenant Health trailer will be set up there with banners and will be accepting donations noon to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, beginning March 24th.
medical mask donations for its providers, patients and caregivers. Basic isolation masks including 3M, N95 masks and surgical masks, but the hospital is not accepting gloves at the time.Seattle Children'sSeattleWAUSAYSeattle 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 advises the public to call (206) 987-2153 when you arrive and workers will come out to your vehicle.
9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday-Friday
medical mask donations for its providers, patients and caregivers. Basic isolation masks including 3M, N95 masks and surgical masks, but the hospital is not accepting gloves at the time.Seattle Children’s Bellevue ClinicBellevueWAUSAY1500 116th Ave. NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

The hospital advises the public to call (206) 987-2153 when you arrive and workers will come out to your vehicle.
9 a.m.- 3 p.m.
PPE - NATIONAL OPTION that takes both offers for donations and requests from local medical groups/hospitalsl (i.e., needs) and then matches the donations to the needsGetusPPE.orgbuilding list of hospitals with needsWebsite set up to collect donors and hospitals in need in all 50 statesUSAFill out form on GetusPPE.orgHas list of hospitals accepting donations listed by state with contact information and what they are acceptingsee listsee listNAInfo@getusppe.orgSee
N95 masksReedsburg Area Medical CenterReedsburgWIUSAYCall to speak to person in charge of material management: 608-524-6487
N95 masksSt. Clare HospitalBarabooWIUSAYCall to speak to person in charge of material management: 608-356-1400
N95 masksSauk Prairie HealthcareSauk PrairieWIUSAYCall to speak to person in charge of material management: 608-643-3311
N95 masks
Disposable protective coverall safety suits
Sanitizing wipes
Eye glasses/goggles
Isolation gowns
Hand sanitizer
Milwaukee PoliceMilwaukeeWIUSANIf you're willing and able to donate, you can send an email to with information on the supplies
N95 respirators, surgical masks, gowns, gloves, face shields, and safety glasses/gogglesWood County Health DepartmentWisconsin RapidsWIUSAYTo make arrangements for a donation, call the Wood County Health Department, 715-421-8911
N95 masks (unopened boxes)
Other masks (duck-billed, face shield, surgical masks)
Surgical gowns
Protective medical goggles
Equipment (e.g. ventilators)
Sunnybrook Health Sciences CentreTorontoCanadaNBayview Campus (2075 Bayview Avenue), at our D-Wing screening entrance 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Monday to Fridayfoundation@sunnybrook.ca