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COVID-19 Donations

COVID-19 Donations

The outpouring of support from the Fredericksburg region, including our neighbors in Stafford, King George, Spotsylvania, and Orange, for our frontline healthcare workers has been tremendous. Many individuals and organizations have offered to help in any way they can.

We are setting up a donation dropoff area at the main entrance of 2300 Fall Hill Avenue from 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m., Monday–Friday. Someone will greet you under the covered turnaround to accept your donation. Please bring your donation in a plastic bag (grocery bag) or box. Below you will find a list of the items we need the most.

You may be wondering about Governor Northam's Stay-at-Home order and how it pertains to dropping off donations. Because the order allows for volunteer work with organizations providing charitable or social services, you are permitted to drive here to drop off your donation. However, if you would feel more comfortable mailing it, please use the following address:

Mary Washington Healthcare
Supply Chain (Donations)
2300 Fall Hill Ave, Suite 108
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Another suggestion is to find a friend or neighbor who is planning to make a donation, and send your items with them. Some neighborhoods are using a designated house with a box on the porch to collect donations. You can also send your donations with a friend who works here at Mary Washington Healthcare.

You may prefer to donate cash, checks, or VISA gift cards to be used for meals for clinical staff or other related emergency needs. Please follow the instructions on the dropdown for Monetary Donations.

Product/Service Donation or Idea for our Innovation Team

Does your business have an idea for a product or service to donate, or an innovation to suggest that is not listed below?

Submit an idea to our Innovation Team

We do not need CPAP machines, used or new.

Monetary Donations/Gift Cards

In order to maintain a healthy environment for our medical staff, we cannot accept food deliveries to our hospitals or Emergency Departments. However, we are able to collect cash, checks, online donations, and Visa gift cards to order food on your behalf. By ordering the food ourselves, we can combine several donations and provide a meal for an entire shift of workers, while still supporting our local restaurants.

How can you donate?

Online: Click here to donate and in the Designation dropdown, select "COVID-19 Needs" (the first item on the list).

Secure drop box: You can drop your check, cash, or gift card to the secure, locked, mailbox at the front entrance to Snowden House (NOT Snowden at Fredericksburg) at 2600 Mary Washington Blvd. Accessible 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.

By mail: You can mail your donation to Mary Washington Hospital Foundation, 2600 Mary Washington Blvd., Fredericksburg, VA 22401.

By phone: You can make a donation on your credit card over the phone by calling the Foundation at 540.741.1512, Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Your donation is tax deductible. If you are donating by mail or in the drop box, please include your name, address, email, and phone number if you would like a receipt for tax purposes. Please indicate on your check in the memo line "COVID-19 Needs".

New (Unopened Items)

N95 masks (NOT KN95)

Procedural and surgical masks

Nitrile gloves/exam gloves (in unopened boxes)

Disinfectant wipes (like Clorox)

Anticbacterial wipes

We do NOT need CPAP machines

Handmade Items

Standard mask with wire nose piece* (see instructions NOTE: This pattern uses elastic. We are also in need of masks with ties. Feel free to use other patterns to determine ideal length or material for the ties.)

N95 mask cover with ties (see instructions)

N95 mask cover with elastic (see instructions)

*Some of our crafters suggest using floral wire for the nose pieces. Other ideas include pipe cleaners (chenille stems) and the hard plastic bendable closures from bags of coffee.

NEW! Headbands with buttons for masks with elastic to save our ears! No specific pattern requested. A quick Google search should give you ideas. Here's one to start with: https://kidsactivitiesblog.com/137589/ways-to-make-a-headband-with-buttons/

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