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Support Our COVID-19 Response


The pandemic is creating hardship for everyone – and our caregivers are not exempt. That’s why we are requesting contributions to the COVID-19 Employee Assistance Fund at this time. All funds received will be used to provide financial support to caregivers dealing with needs caused by this pandemic. Every dollar you give will help a caregiver in their mission to provide high quality, faith-based health care in this time of crisis and will be deeply appreciated. Please make the most generous contribution possible. Thank you!

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Donating Supplies

We appreciate  the community’s interest in helping our front-line caregivers by donating supplies. Items most in need include:

  • Masks: Surgical masks and N95 masks
  • Surgical gowns
  • Eye protection: Safety goggles or preferably face shields
  • Hand sanitizer: Must be at least 70 percent alcohol
  • Disinfecting wipes/cleaners: Clorox and Lysol wipes
  • Gloves: Unopened boxes of non-latex gloves

To coordinate supply drop-offs, please contact the St. Vincent Supply Chain department via

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