Join Us in the COVID-19 Fight
Your support and donations to the Providence COVID-19 Response Fund will help us respond to significant needs during this pandemic. Donate Today!
At Providence, responding to community needs, especially in times of crisis, has always been at the heart of the healing care provided by our family of organizations.
Together, our Providence teams are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with all hands on deck. The resources needed are unprecedented, and the impact on all hospitals and health systems is significant.
The funds you generously donate will help:
- Provide necessary supplies such as personal protective equipment including masks, gowns, and face shields for our caregivers
- Fund research in the fight against COVID-19
- Care for those in our communities who are most vulnerable
Through your partnership, together, we can make a difference.
The Need is Real,
Demand for personal protective equipment is incredibly high, while our supply remains low. Our emerging partnerships with global manufacturers have given us hope, but we anticipate a significant cost to our system in order to purchase millions of units of gloves, masks, gowns and face shields. We are also in need of ventilators. Your direct product support is greatly appreciated.
A GIFT OF $25
Equals 100 Gloves
A GIFT OF $50
Equals 100 Masks
A GIFT OF $100
Equals 25 Face Shields
How Your Donations Help
Impact the COVID-19 Battle
Highlighting The Need For Masks
2019 vs. 2020
In 2019, 51 Providence hospitals used 250,000 masks all year.
In early 2020, ONE HOSPITAL—Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, Washington— used 250,000 within 2 months.
Support Providence Locally
If you are interested in supporting your local caregivers or providing relief and assistance for your local community members select from the local regions below and give directly to your Providence Community.
COVID-19 Campaign Supporters
Thank you to our generous supporters!
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