AT&T is providing nurses and physicians with 3 free months of service for a smartphone or tablet
T-Mobile is offering its Work Perks program to employees at eligible healthcare companies. A company needs to be signed up with T-Mobile for employees to access the plans and perks
Direct Relief is delivering protective masks – along with exam gloves, isolation gowns, and other protective gear to healthcare organizations across the country
DaVita Kidney Care
DaVita is offering 10 hours of childcare, counseling services, and overtime pay to employees
Project N95 gets personal protective equipment (gowns, gloves, ventilators, masks) to frontline medical workers across America
Mask-Match is a peer-to-peer platform to help people with spare masks send them directly to healthcare workers on the front lines who need them now
Glowforge is making and offering free Ear Savers to frontline workers including nurses, doctors, retail workers, delivery workers, sanitation workers, and others who must wear a mask. Ear Savers are designed to take pressure and friction off the ears while wearing face masks.
Decor8 is offering free masks to nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, and first responders
Preppi is donating N95 masks to healthcare workers in need - fill out the donation request form on their page
Dr. Scholl’s is donating $2.0 million in insoles to U.S. healthcare professionals who are risking their lives on the front lines fighting COVID-19
Representatives of frontline and disaster response organizations currently providing relief or taking care of an affected community are eligible to request resources to support their frontline workers. Fill out the form to submit a request.
American Hospital Association
The AHA announced it has partnered with Microsoft, UPS, Merit Solutions, Kaiser Permanente, Goodwill and consulting firm Kearney to launch Protecting People Everywhere, powered by HealthEquip™. HealthEquip is a smart app that will match individuals and organizations donating PPE with local hospitals and health systems based on needs-criteria.
Sanitation Workers Support Fund
The Sanitation Workers Support Fund was established by Glad and SWANA to provide financial assistance to front-line solid waste and recycling collection workers impacted by COVID-19. Collection workers qualify if they: 1. Have tested positive for COVID-19, with a demonstrated COVID-19-related inability to work and/or medical bills 2. Were laid off because of COVID-19 and continue to be unemployed 3. If an immediate family member was a solid waste or recycling collection worker and passed away, whether directly, or in combination with other health conditions, by COVID-19.