Sparrow Eaton Hospital (SEH) in Charlotte has received many kind offers from community members, asking if they can help with donations. The answer is “yes.”
The hospital has set up a donation collection site at the AL!VE facility located at 800 W. Lawrence Ave. in Charlotte. The site opened on Monday, March 30.
SEH caregivers are accepting donations from 4 to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. SEH is asking that residents do not drop items off at the hospital’s main campus or other sites.
The following new or unopened items (partial list) are being accepted at the AL!VE donation site at the times specified above:
– disposable face masks
– N95 masks, including 3D printed
– eye protection including face shields and safety goggles
– disposable gowns
– disposable non-latex gloves
– surgical caps
– disposable foot covers
– bleach or anti-microbial sanitizing wipes
– hand sanitizer
– hand-sewn reusable masks (call or email for the approved pattern before sewing)
Items not being accepted include medications, food, blankets, medical equipment and other supplies not named above.
PHOTO INFO: Ruthann Clarke is shown inventorying donations received at the donation site earlier this week.
“We are so very thankful for the outpouring of support,” said Dana Pray, manager of Development and Experience. “From providing items like these and financial gifts during this unprecedented time, it truly illustrates that generosity heals in our community.”
For more information regarding SEH’s generosity programs, contact Pray at email@example.com or 517-541-5880.
A complete list of all items being accepted (and items not accepted) can be found at https://myalive.com/news-events/stories/sparrow-eaton-hospital-accepting-community-donations
For more information about the donation collection site, contact Christina Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 517-652-3648.
Article submitted by SEH.
PHOTO INFO: Photos provided by SEH – In the main photo, Rachel Maurer is shown accepting saline flushes from former Hayes Green Beach nurse Cathy Bogner at the SEH donation site.