Keeping our colleagues, patients and families safe is critical during these unprecedented time.
Thank you for your generosity and offers to donate personal protective equipment (PPE). We are overwhelmed with gratitude.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused international shortages of critical personal protective equipment (PPE). Day Kimball Healthcare is accepting donations of these items, specifically:
- Disposable head covers
- Disposable Gowns
- Disposable Gloves
- N95 respirator face masks
- Disposable face masks
- Disinfection wipes and liquids
- General-purpose hand cleaners
Donated items must be in original, unopened packaging.
We are now accepting homemade masks as well! Prior to starting this project, please consider:
Have you been in contact with anyone suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past two weeks? Do you have fever, cough or shortness of breath?
If you are able to answer "NO" to both questions, then proceed with making masks.
If you answer "YES" to either or both questions, please do not make masks. If you are experiencing cough, fever, or shortness of breath and have a concern that you may have COVID-19 please call your primary care provider.
For written instructions for sewing masks for donation, click here.
For a video with instructions for sewing masks, click here.
Arranging Drop Offs
Email us at DonatePPE@daykimball.org to coordinate drop off times with a member of our staff.
Thank you! We deeply appreciate your generosity!
Thank You To Our Generous Donors!
Leigh Ann & Jeffrey
Jack & Patty Urban
Central Wire/Loos &
Amber Beaulieu &
Dr. David Lambert,
Drs. Walter & Carolyn
NE District Dept. of
The Barrette Family
Villa Maria Nursing
Rev. Sue Foster
DKH Woman's Board
Frank Netter School of
High Line Drones
Mary Lou Seaward
Susan Fredette, Kenco
Label & Tag Co.
Katrina Cote -
Jeffrey P. Ossen