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We are humbled by the outpouring of support from our community as we fight against the coronavirus outbreak. Your generous gift will help us protect our clinical teams and ensure they remain at the forefront of care for people in our communities. There are several ways you can contribute, and no contribution is too small.

For the safety of our patients, team members and the community, we are asking that no donations be brought to the hospital without prior approval and receipt of delivery instructions.

Financial contribution

Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center Foundation was created to accelerate the mission of improving the health of our community, one person at a time. Your gift of any amount will be used to provide financial assistance for testing and medication to support patient care, as well as medical supplies and staff support to take care of our team members on the front lines fighting against the coronavirus.

Novant Health UVA Health System’s Staff Emergency Fund provides financial assistance to eligible team members across our entire health system who are experiencing economic hardship due to crisis situations.

  • Culpeper Medical Center
  • Haymarket Medical Center
  • Prince William Medical Center
  • Caton Merchant House
  • Medical Group
  • Cancer Center at Lake Manassas
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Medical supplies

We would gratefully accept donations of the following items:

  • We are currently only accepting masks made using our specifications.
  • Protective eye wear
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Gowns
  • Gloves
  • Bleach wipes
  • Webcams

Please note: Medical supply donations must be in original, unopened packaging.

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If you would like to receive a receipt or make a large-scale donation, please mention it in your email and include a photo of your donation.

Email us to give now: [email protected]

Food donations

We continue to receive many offers of food to fuel our frontline teams. We are unable to accept any donations without prior approval and receipt of delivery instructions. Drop-offs will not be accepted.

All offers for food or meal donations and any related questions should be sent to [email protected]. Our donation coordination teams will work to set up delivery and distribution. All donations should be dropped off at prearranged locations only.

We are only able to accept food donations that meet the following criteria:

  • Meals must be commercially prepared, or made in a kitchen that has been inspected by the Virginia Department of Health.
  • Items must be individually packaged and wrapped. This means we cannot accept shareable items such as pizzas. (Boxed lunches and fruit that can be peeled are acceptable. No buffet-style meals, please.)
  • Items must have food-sensitive labels. (E.g., “vegetarian,” “vegan,” “contains dairy/soy/nuts/gluten.”)
  • Whenever possible, we appreciate donations of healthy food that can properly fuel our team members.
  • Beverages and supplements such as creamers and sugars must be for individual use.

We are grateful for the outpouring of donations to feed and support our teams. We also encourage you to redirect food donations to other organizations and people in our communities who are in need.

Other supplies

Our team members are going above and beyond to care for our communities during this time. Please note that we are only accepting nonrefrigerated, individually wrapped, commercially made food and snack items. If you want to donate nonmedical supplies to our organization, please contact us below.

If you would like to receive a receipt or make a large-scale donation, please mention it in your message.

Email us to give now: [email protected]

Blood donations

The American Red Cross is urging healthy people to consider scheduling an appointment to donate blood. Giving blood is considered an essential community service. This means people in areas with stay-at-home orders can still donate.

Blood donations are used in the treatment of many patients across the state, including at Novant Health UVA Health System.

If you have more questions, please visit the American Red Cross website.

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