COVID-19 PPE Donations
Thank you for your generosity and offers to donate personal protective equipment (PPE).
Keeping colleagues, patients and families safe is critical during these unprecedented times.
We, at Confluence Health, are overwhelmed with gratitude.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused international shortages of critical PPE. Confluence Health is accepting donations, including the following items:
- Latex free gloves
- Procedural masks
- Surgical masks
- N95 respirators and N95 filters
- Other respirators P100, PAPR and PAPR supplies / parts
- Face shields
- Splash shields
- Hand sanitizer
- Disinfecting wipes
- Oxygen Concentrators (click here for photo)
- Tank regulators (click here for photo)
Please bring donated items in original, unopened packaging.
We are willing to accept non-commercial PPE as well!
If you have the skills and ability, Confluence Health would also gratefully receive non-commercial PPE (especially masks) that will directly support the long-term care facilities in our communities. We anticipate increasing numbers of community members infected with COVID-19, who will require care.
If you have PPE donations, you can donate them 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, Monday-Friday at the Confluence Health Foundation, 518 N. Chelan Avenue in Wenatchee. For questions call (509) 436-6275.
Confluence Health colleagues who would like to coordinate third party donations may contact this phone number as well.
Join us as we respond to significant needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are able, we invite you to donate to any of several areas of need:
- COVID-19 Response: Donations will be used to offset COVID-19 treatment costs, purchase critical medical supplies for healthcare providers, meet the demands associated with Confluence Health’s response to the pandemic, and more.
Questions about the coronavirus? Need help?
Visit our COVID-19 – What you need to know webpage.
Not feeling well?
Call our nurse triage hotline at (509) 663-8711 for guidance and try to avoid going directly to an emergency department or urgent care center, as this could increase the chances of the disease spreading.
Click here to schedule a virtual visit with a Confluence Health.
Details about making fabric masks, & gowns:
The pattern is courtesy of The Turban Project*
Gown Pattern – Please contact Lawanda Freed at (509) 860-4307 for more information.
When your masks are complete, you can drop off at:
Confluence Health Foundation
M-F 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
518 N. Chelan Ave.,