Penn Medicine Princeton Health Thanks Corporate Community for Outpouring of Support in Response to COVID-19
Penn Medicine Princeton Health today thanked the corporate community for its outpouring of support in response the COVID-19 pandemic and recognized businesses for donations of personal protective equipment, facemasks, hand sanitizer, face shields, lodging, and other supplies for healthcare workers.
“Companies and organizations throughout the region help our community on a regular basis,” said Penn Medicine Princeton Health President and CEO Barry Rabner. “They have been generous partners in the past, and their support at this time was critically important to our effective response to the pandemic.”
Princeton Health received donations from more than 40 area corporations, including:
- Church & Dwight, which sourced and mixed bleach into a solution for sanitizing hard surfaces. The company delivered 48 one-gallon bottles of the solution along with 500 pairs of protective gloves, more than 100 N95 facemasks, and several 3D-printed face shields.
Firmenich, which manufactured and delivered a 55-gallon drum of hand sanitizer and made a $10,000 gift to the Healthcare Heroes fund to provide meals for employees.
FMC Corporation, which donated 30,000 surgical masks, 4,000 N95 masks and 1,000 semifacial resipirator masks.
International Flavors and Fragrances, which used its manufacturing facility to make hand sanitizer and donated 20 cases of 25.40-ounce bottles (totaling 132 bottles).
L’Oreal, which donated a 55-gallon drum of hand sanitizer.
LSL Brands, which donated 800 wish wraps — soft cloth wraps that include a Wish Card in the pocket for wearers to write down their wishes and dreams.
Luye Pharma, which donated 20,500 surgical masks.
Nassau Inn, which provided 60 Princeton Health staff members free lodging for a total of 971 nights.
TE Connectivity, which produced and donated nearly 1,000 face shields.
“Since our very beginning more than 100 years ago, community support has always played a vital role here at Princeton Health,” said Hyona Revere, senior vice president of development for Princeton Health. “We are heartened by the donations we have received from our corporate partners during this pandemic and are thankful for their help in keeping our staff and patients safe.”
Below is a list of additional corporate organizations that donated to Princeton Health in response to COVID- 19:
Bigelow Tea Company
Bloomberg Security Operations
Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic
Canal Vista Family Dental
Clearway Energy Group
Consumer Products International
Home Depot of South Brunswick
Home Depot of West Windsor
Kane Wound Care
La Colombe Coffee
Lawrenceville Animal Hospital
Mega Fortis Americas
Nassau Animal Hospital
Princeton Junction Dentistry
Reckitt Benckiser Group
Smile Dentist Care
Staples of Hamilton/Staples Store 1590
STRONGARM Healthcare, Inc.
Tay River Homesmiths
Tooth Fairy Dental
Valet Auto Wash
World Laureates Association
About Penn Medicine Princeton Health
Penn Medicine Princeton Health is one of the most comprehensive healthcare systems in New Jersey, providing acute care hospital services through Princeton Medical Center; behavioral healthcare through Princeton House Behavioral Health; in-home nursing, rehabilitation and hospice care; primary and specialty care through Princeton Medicine Physicians; ambulatory surgery and wellness services. For more information, visit www.princetonhcs.org. Penn Medicine Princeton Health is part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS), which, together with the University of Pennsylvania’s Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine, forms Penn Medicine, one of the world’s leading academic medical centers, dedicated to the related missions of medical education, biomedical research and excellence in patient care.
Andy Williams, 609-695-6173