Thanks to the generosity of our hospital community, the Help Us Heal Campaign raised over $1,200,000!
The pandemic presented unimaginable challenges to us all, but the commitment of our supporters and friends has been unwavering. We will be forever grateful for this generosity and the tremendous impact it has made on our hospital, staff and most importantly, on the patients we serve. On behalf of all of us at Lowell General Hospital, we are honored to share this video expressing our deepest appreciation.
COVID-19 Community Support Initiatives
We are overwhelmed by the inspiring wave of support for our patients and employees. We are more convinced than ever that the Greater Lowell community is generous like no other. During these challenging times, there are so many of you who have reached out to offer assistance, and for that, please accept our sincere appreciation.
For those who have asked directly how they can support, we offer the following donation recommendations and guidelines:
Each day, our clinicians and staff bravely confront the COVID-19 Pandemic in order to provide exceptional care to our patients. We have had an outpouring of support from our community in assuring that our staff is well cared for as they navigate this challenging time. Our staff is working incredibly hard and we have received offers from community members to provide lunch or dinner for entire departments. Unsolicited drop-offs are not encouraged at this time and we ask you to schedule with a member of our team before coordinating a delivery.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-937-6696 with any questions.
To support our staff, we are also accepting donations of the following items:
- Cases of Bottled Water
- Cases of Bottled Gatorade, Powerade or other individually bottled beverages with a screw top lid.
- Breakfast Bars, Protein Bars and Granola Bars
- Snack Packs of Chips, Crackers and Cookies
- Candy, Mints and Gum
All food items must be new in packaging and individually wrapped.
- Cell Phone Chargers (Apple and Android)
- Headphones and Earbuds
- Cards and Thank You Letters for our staff
- Gift Cards (more information below)
Please note, unscheduled drop-offs at our campuses are discouraged at this time. To coordinate a drop-off of these items, please email: email@example.com and a member of our team will assist you.
Many have opted to donate gift cards to local businesses as a way to support both our frontline caregivers and the local economy throughout the pandemic. These gift cards are used for a variety of purposes from staff recognition to raffles to providing a meal to a team who could use some cheer. To donate gift cards to local restaurants and businesses, please mail them to the address below and include the COVID-19 Donation Form.
Lowell General Hospital
Attn: Philanthropy Department
295 Varnum Avenue
Lowell, MA 01854
For questions or list of suggested gift cards, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the pandemic continues, our needs continue to be great. A monetary donation to Lowell General Hospital allows us to meet the numerous unforeseen costs we have encountered while fighting the pandemic so we can continue to focus on caring for our community.
Make your donation today.
Donations of PPE (personal protective equipment)
At this time, we are not accepting unsolicited donations of personal protective equipment, hand sanitizer and masks. If you have questions about coordinating donations of this kind please contact email@example.com.
We have been overwhelmed with the response to our hand-sewn mask-making effort! At the present time, we have enough hand-sewn masks and urge you to consider donating handmade masks to other local organizations.
Throughout these challenging times, our hospital was surrounded by the support of remarkable individuals, corporations and community groups. The outpouring of generosity took shape through donations of meals, snacks, personal protective equipment, cards, flowers and monetary donations. These gifts are a remarkable display of our community’s commitment to Lowell General Hospital and we could not be more grateful for the support.