The Banner Health Foundation is now collecting medical supplies and personal protective equipment in partnership with Project C.U.R.E. in Tempe.
Donations can be dropped off 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday at 2100 W. 14th St., Building T3 in Tempe. The building is located just west of 52nd Street between Broadway Road and University Drive. Look for the Project C.U.R.E signs.
Donated supplies will be deployed in Banner Health’s Arizona hospitals and medical centers.
The following unused items are needed. All donations must be in an unopened, sealed box or container:
Banner Health Foundation is requesting donations of these items from businesses and/or community members who have supplies they do not currently need. Members of the community are not being asked to purchase new items for donation.
To keep volunteers and donors safe, people bringing donations should pack the items into the trunk of their car and pull into the donation line. Leave windows up and do not get out of the vehicle. A volunteer will unload the items. All people at the site are advised to practice social distancing by keeping at least 6 feet apart. Anyone who is experiencing flu-like symptoms, cough or fever should not come to this donation site.
Banner Health is also accepting donations of medical supplies and PPE in Payson, using a different process. Those donations can be made to Banner Payson Medical Center, at a table set up in front of the Administration building, 807 S. Ponderosa St. Hours are 9 a.m.-noon Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
“Amid this unprecedented time in our history, it has been incredible to witness the generosity of our community members who want to give back,” said Andy Kramer Petersen, President and CEO of the Banner Health Foundation. “We continue to be inspired by the many people, groups and companies offering to help, even while caring for their own families in these rapidly shifting times. We hope to make it as easy as possible for them.”
Headquartered in Phoenix, Banner Health is one of the largest nonprofit health care systems in the country. The system owns and operates 28 acute-care hospitals, Banner Health Network, Banner – University Medicine, academic and employed physician groups, long-term care centers, outpatient surgery centers and an array of other services; including Banner Urgent Care, family clinics, home care and hospice services, pharmacies and a nursing registry.
Banner Health is in six states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming.
Click here to learn more about Project C.U.R.E. and its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.