Emergency Response Fund
Support for the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund will allow us to address today’s priorities related to the pandemic, while giving us the flexibility and resources to meet future needs as they evolve.
• Expand our diagnostic and testing capacity
• Purchase essential equipment and protective gear to meet the growing volume of COVID-19 positive patients
• Expand our inpatient capacity to more than double the number of beds in our main hospital; and equip these new spaces with the necessary treatment and monitoring equipment
• Expand tele-monitoring capabilities to enable off site clinicians to interact with bedside nurses and physicians to consult on patient care
• Support COVID-19 patients who are not covered by health insurance
• Provide financial assistance to hospital employees who are experiencing financial distress resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak with emergency childcare expenses, housing, or food
• Provide our medical staff and employees with education, support and resources to help address mental health needs both during the pandemic and in the future
Healthcare Heroes Fund
Let our Heroes Hear You!
We’re sure you’ve heard and seen the applause from around the world: citizens clapping or banging pots and pans in the evening to thank the valiant Healthcare Heroes on the frontlines. Maybe where you live, they won’t hear you. Here’s a way to be heard: Treat them to dinner! Celebrate our Healthcare Heroes by sending them home with a freshly prepared meal for two at the end of their shift.
Give what you can but, each $50 gift will pay for the two meals. Our goal is to raise $150,000. Once we've raised the funds, we will arrange with local restaurants to provide dinners at each shift to every Healthcare Hero.
If you would like to donate to the Healthcare Heroes Fund, please click here.
A donation of healthy snacks or food goes a long way to keep employees fueled during busy times. Please consider sending healthy options.
• Individually packaged healthy snacks (granola bars, protein bars, trail mix, Vitamin Water, Gatorade, etc.).
• Food from local restaurants (NO Homemade items) to be delivered to various hospital departments
If you are interested in donating packaged food or meals from a local restaurant as a show of support for our employees, please contact the Princeton Medical Center Foundation at PMPH-foundation@PennMedicine.Upenn.edu or 609.252.8710.
Penn Medicine Princeton Health is accepting personal protective equipment and supplies.
Items included at this time:
• Masks (N95 and surgical)
• Disposable water resistant gowns or coveralls
• Hand sanitizer
• Protective eyewear
• Latex Free Gloves
Items must be:
• Clean, unused, durable and disposable goods in original packaging & FDA approved
• No handmade items being accepted at this time
If you have unused, unopened medical supplies or equipment that you would like to donate, please contact the Princeton Medical Center Foundation at PMPH-foundation@PennMedicine.Upenn.edu or 609.252.8710.
*Please do not attempt to drop off donations at the hospital campus or elsewhere unannounced. Please call the Foundation ahead of time so that we can screen the donations and arrange how they will be delivered.
New Tax Incentives
Did you know? The CARES Act provides new laws on charitable deductions. To learn more click here.