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United StatesArkansas Encompass Home Health
540 E Appleby Rd, Ste 102
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
Organization Description: We are a Home Health company that sends clinicians (nurses, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, social worker, and bath aides) into patient’s homes and their apartments in assisted living facilities to give them the care they need.
Needs: Adult size
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Carolyn Blanks
United StatesArkansas The Gregory Kistler Treatment Center
3304 South M Street
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
Organization Description: We are a nonprofit outpatient facility offering 4 type of therapy for children birth to 21 years. In addition to these services, we provide in-home waiver care to both children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Needs: We are needing 150 adult size masks for our employees.
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Aaron Lee
479-785-4677 ext. 140
Organization Description: we are a home health agency, our staff of nurses, physical therapy, cna's and speech therapy go into the home to take care of patients.
Needs: for staff, we can not order any they are all out
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United StatesArkansas Better Community Development, Inc.
3604 West 12th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
Organization Description: We are a non-profit organization. We offer many services, but the one that I am requesting masks for is our Treatment Center. We offer substance abuse treatment. We realize that just because the world is on hold due to the virus, that does not mean that addiction stops. Our doors are open to those seeking help for addiction. We have 24 residential, 30 that live on site for chem free/transitional living, and 12 staff.
Needs: Both residential, chem free, and staff are required to wear masks to prevent exposure and maintain a healthy and safe environment. I understand that masks are in high demand and that there are some places that are in need more than us. 64 adult masks is how many we are asking for, but any amount would be a blessing. thank you!
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Holly Taylor
United StatesArkansas UAMS Medical Center
4301 West Markham Slot 740
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Organization Description: UAMS is Arkansas' only academic medical center and serves the entire state of Arkansas. We are leading the fight against the COVID19 crisis for our community offering testing, innovation, and PPE procurement for hospital throughout the state.
Needs: We need as many masks as we can acquire in order to be able to distribute to our employees as a way to protect our workforce in the coming weeks and preserve our PPE for the units that who would not be able to use a cloth mask. All would be adult size. I would request any amount could spare. UAMS has over 10,000 employees and 3,000 of those are clinical employees. We are hoping to receive enough to provide for any of those employees unable to obtain for themselves. Thank you so much for doing this.
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Erin Gray
United StatesArkansas UAMS-University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
4301 West Markham St #527
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Organization Description: We are a state run, teaching hospital that is offing free COVID-19 Screenings and caring for patients.
Needs: We need as many cloth masks as we can get for our staff. We have 0ver 8,500 on campus.
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Marcia Dunbar
United StatesArkansas White River Women's Shelter
P.O. Box 304
Newport, Arkansas 72112
Organization Description: We are a domestic violence shelter that serves men, women, and children fleeing domestic violence, rape, or other crimes. There is emergency shelter offered, outreach services, housing assistance, and support groups.
Needs: We are currently working with essential staff only, but we would like to further our safety precautions by having masks available for use while in the shelter. Due to the high density of people in one area, an outbreak could be detrimental to the health of our clients and staff. Many of our clients are at high-risk of the virus.
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Logan Hunt
United StatesAZ Dysart Community Center
14414 N. El Mirage Road
El Mirage, AZ 85335
Organization Description: Addressing the challenges faced by disadvantaged residents, our mission has been to empower families with the tools and skills necessary to improve their lives and build self-sufficiency. We offer educational programs and nutritious meals for children, youths and adults in need since 1962.
Needs: We give out 4 face masks to each family that comes through our drive through food program. 2 adult and 2 children's masks to 100 families each day.
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Annie Ansell
United StatesCA Memory garden memorial Park and mortuary
455 west Central Ave
Brea, CA 92821
Organization Description: We are a Brea local cemetery mortuary that needs face masks in order to better serve families so they can say their final goodbyes to their loved ones.
Needs: We need surgical face mask as well as in 95 and the respirator cartridges against disease and pathogens. We are a staff of 28 and need adult sizes
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Kat Ashley
United StatesCA Office of Samoan Affairs
520 E Carson Plaza Ct, Suite 111
Carson, CA 90746
Organization Description: The Office of Samoan Affairs of California, Inc. was founded in 1976 in San Francisco to address the myriad social issues experienced by members of the Samoan community in the greater San Francisco area. With the move of the headquarters to Los Angeles County in 1989, the target population expanded to include at-risk, economically disadvantaged, disenfranchised members of the general public, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or creed, gender or age who lived within our service delivery areas—the LA County Supervisorial Districts 2 and 4. Services include culturally and linguistically appropriate Parenting and Anger Management classes, para-profession counseling, mental health therapy, domestic violence victims and batterer’s programs (both male and female), community outreach nutrition education, enhancement and recreational after-school programs in Long Beach, Lomita, and Carson, a youth support program at a middle school site, a senior home outreach program, and a computer literacy class on 3 LA County Housing facilities.
Needs: Our organization serves several at-risk populations such as seniors, children, and low-income communities. Our weekly foodbanks require that all staff and participants were a face mask. We have seen many participants that do not have access to disposable facemasks or cannot afford to regularly purchase face masks. We are in need of Adult size masks for our foodbank participants, we see around 150 participants a week.
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Katy Cisneros
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