COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness & Response
The coronavirus pandemic presents unprecedented challenges, but our community is standing strong — together.
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Because of your steadfast support, Providence Mission Hospital stands ready meet the increased demand for health care in our neighborhood, while also providing for the needs of our heroic caregivers as we face COVID-19 — together.
100% of the fundraising goal achieved with the help of neighbors like you
Personal protective equipment (PPE) and suppliesWhile Mission Hospital can no longer accept donations of personal protective equipment (including masks, face shields, gloves, goggles, bleach wipes, sanitizers and isolation gowns), we remain so grateful for your concern for our caregivers. Please consider making a special financial contribution to support Mission Hospital's COVID-19 efforts.
Caregiver appreciation and assistanceMission Hospital is deeply grateful for the incredible generosity the community has extended to our caregivers during this pandemic. At this time, however, we can no longer accept donations of meals or food items. Please make a special financial gift that Mission Hospital can use to purchase meals at appropriate times and in proper quantities for our brave caregivers.
Blood and plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 patientsPeople who have fully recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies in their plasma that attack the virus. This convalescent plasma is being evaluated as treatment for patients seriously ill from COVID-19. Both blood donations from healthy individuals and plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 patients are needed. Learn more from the American Red Cross.
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Now, more than ever, our community needs Providence Mission Hospital and compassionate neighbors like you.
"The Foundation is proud to raise and administer charitable funds that advance the life-saving work of Providence Mission Hospital. Our board members are leading members of the community, and our donors make it possible for Providence Mission Hospital to provide the best medical care possible to all who live and work in south Orange County."
— John D. Miller, Chief Philanthropy Officer
“Those of us who live and work in south Orange County know that when we experience serious illness and medical emergencies, Mission Hospital is always ready. It does not matter the day of the year or the hour of night. As our community grows and advances in medical technology take place, our Foundation board supports the hospital so the hospital can continue to be there for us."
Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.