How to Donate to Holland Hospital: Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Supply Donations

We are grateful for the outpouring of requests from our community to help during this COVID-19 pandemic. We are humbled by the prayers, notes and well wishes we are receiving that uplift our hospital and medical staff. So many within our community have asked about ways to help in this time of need.

“We are truly in this together, said Kathy Early, Holland Hospital System Risk Management Director. “With a national shortage of protective gear and supplies, we are very grateful for the generous donations from our community. These supplies will allow us to support our health care staff and protect our patients and the public in the days and weeks ahead,” she added.

Holland Hospital currently has the adequate amount of personal protection equipment for our health care providers. While we are being diligent with the supply, we know these resources will be used quickly and accepting donations now will allow us to provide proper protection into the foreseeable future.

What We Need

Protective Gear* (see below for specifications and instructions)

  • N95 mask/surgical mask
  • Isolation masks (adult/child)
  • Masks with face shield/visor
  • Face shields
  • Goggles/safety glasses
  • Bouffant caps
  • Extended extra protection gloves – all sizes
  • Isolation gowns

We are also accepting monetary donations along with generous offers to hand-make protective masks. We ask that the public please follow these instructions to ensure safety and quality.

All donated materials can be brought to 121 W. 24th Street, Holland, MI 49423, between 8 AM and 3 PM, Monday through Friday. A staff member will receive the donation at the front door. Just knock.

To allow for proper social distancing and reduce risk of exposure for all, please allow physical space between you and other donors.


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