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Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis

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Sibley Memorial Hospital is committed to meeting the growing health care needs of our patients during this pandemic situation. We welcome the community’s support to ensure that our clinical teams have an ample supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies when shortage arise.

Community Donations Protocol

  • Drop-off Location: Building A Lobby and Building B Lobby
  • Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm

Please drop off your donation in the white donation bin.

Approved Donation Items

Currently, we are accepting donations of the following:

  • N95 Face Masks (unused)
  • Surgical Masks
  • Safety Goggles
  • Face Shields
  • Disposable Gowns
  • Non-latex Gloves
  • Hand Sanitizer (unopened)
  • Disinfecting/Bleach Wipes (unopened)
  • Powered, Air-purifying Respirator (PAPR)
  • Empty Disinfecting/Bleach Wipe Containers (to be recycled)
  • Hand-sewn masks-follow instructions below:

Food Item Donations

If you would like to support Sibley staff by providing meals, we ask that you contribute to our Feed the Frontlines fund at This allows us to coordinate meal donations through approved vendors. We cannot accept homemade food items or food from unapproved vendors. Thank you for supporting our team!

Lend Your Time - Sew Cloth Masks

If you have a sewing talent, join our community in making masks that can be used in non-patient care settings. Note: While the masks are not medical-grade and cannot be used by health care providers as protection from COVID-19 during patient-provider interactions, the products may be helpful in non-patient care settings to contain coughs and to remind people not to touch their face. 

Please use 100% cotton fabric with a pattern (not a solid color or blue and white) and follow these instructions. Drop off the finished products in a bin at either Building A or Building B.

For more information, please email or

Financial Contributions

Again, we are very grateful for your generosity, your trust, and most importantly, your commitment to our mission in this unprecedented time!

Best regards,
Sibley Memorial Hospital

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