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DONATION OF ITEMS

Thank you for your support of Beebe Healthcare and your interest in donating items. Below is a list of supplies we are looking for and a sewing pattern if you are interested in creating face mask. If you have other items you are interested in donating or if you have questions, please fill out the form at the button below.

Items needed if you are looking to donate:

  • NEW: In support of our Georgetown area providers, we are seeking diapers and wipes to provide to families.
  • Unused face and surgical masks, especially N95 masks
  • Eye protectors: safety goggles, safety glasses, clear face shields
  • Surgical and medical gloves
  • Medical garb, suits, scrubs, and isolation gowns
  • Cleaning and sanitizer solutions (such as alcohol wipes/pads, bleach wipes, sanitizing wipes)
  • Hand sanitizer, including hand sanitizer bottles/pumps/spray bottles
  • Brown paper bags and lunch bags
  • Alternative respirators that OSHA has given permission to use in healthcare settings during this historic pandemic.

Items can be dropped off to Beebe’s Population Health Department (1307 Savannah Road, Lewes). Bins are located on the covered front porch from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Donations will be collected frequently throughout the day and stored properly by Population Health team members working in the office. Staff is available for assistance, please call us at 302-645-3337. Donations left overnight will not be accepted. Please leave your name with the masks you donate so we can acknowledge your generosity.

Important: We understand there is a great demand for many of the items listed above. We will be ensuring that all donated items meet the proper safety standards to ensure the safety of our team members and patients. For more specifics on donation of items, please contact Beebe Population Health at 302-645-3337 or click here to send an email.

If you would like to make masks for team members, please follow the Sewing Guidelines (PDF) and Face Mask Sewing Pattern (PDF) below.

UPDATE: The Sewing Guidelines and Face Mask Pattern have been updated (April 5, 2020) to reflect more sturdy materials to withstand laundering.