May 18, 2021—Update
♦ We are no longer accepting donations of meals or medical supplies. We are profoundly grateful to all who offered support during the pandemic.
♦ If you are interested in supporting the foundation’s continuing mission to improve lives, please consider making a monetary donation.
Nov. 4, 2020—Update
♦ We are no longer accepting donations of meals. Since March, we have learned that the challenges of our health care system are varied and sometimes unpredictable. In order for us to be as nimble and responsive as possible we ask that you consider a monetary donation. Contributions will be used to support staff resilience efforts, meals for staff working long hours throughout the pandemic, COVID-19 research, equipment and technology needs, and more.
April 2, 2020
UCHealth is grateful for community support of our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read these FAQs to find out how to donate medical supplies and food for workers. You’ll also find a list of links to reliable information about how to care for yourself and your family during the pandemic.
Q: I would like to donate medical supplies or homemade masks. How can I do this? May 2021 Update: We are no longer accepting donations of food, medical supplies or masks.
A: Thank you for your generous offer. Our stock is adequate at this time, but UCHealth is accepting donations of unused, commercially produced personal protective equipment (PPE) in original packaging. To coordinate your donation, or if you have questions about the types of PPE accepted, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: I would like to make an in-kind donation of food, products or services to workers at the hospitals. How can I do that?
A: Our community has stepped up in countless ways to support our front line staff, and we are deeply appreciative. As of May 15, 2020, we are no longer accepting donations of food for our health care workers.
Q: Where can I find the latest local information about how I can care for myself and my family during this pandemic?
A: For the latest information about COVID-19 and the best ways to care for yourself and your loved ones, visit the UCHealth COVID-19 page.
Q: What is a reliable source for national COVID-19 information?
A: For news, best practices, and guidelines, visit cdc.gov.
Q: Where can I find state information and local, northern Colorado, information about COVID-19 and the stay-at-home order?
A: Here are a few resources:
• State of Colorado
• FAQ from State of Colorado about stay-at-home order
• Fort Collins | Greeley | Longmont | Loveland | Windsor