Can I donate things that are not on your list?
If you’re unsure if an item you have can be donated or if it’s the correct type of medical supply needed, contact us at CovidDonations@swedish.org.
Can you accept items that aren’t in the original packaging?
For the health and safety of our caregivers and our patients, we are only able to accept donations that are in their original containers and are unexpired, unopened, undamaged and unused.
How do I know my donation will be used to support caring for patients with COVID-19?
Right now our top priority is to protect the health of our caregivers and care for patients affected by COVID-19; our medical supplies and equipment will be prioritized according to our caregiver and patient care needs.
Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes! Just send an email to CovidDonations@swedish.org with the following information: donor name (for recognition purposes), contact name, address, phone, email, description of donation including quantity and the estimated value of your donation and we'll send you a receipt for your tax purposes.
Can I sew masks or use my 3-D printer to make for masks for Swedish?
Unfortunately we are unable to accept homemade masks.
I have a factory and want to manufacture items for Swedish.
If the factory is in Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas or Washington, please visit: https://kaastailored.com/ppe-at-kaas/. If your factory is located in any other state, please visit: https://www.aha.org/initiativescampaigns/2020-03-26-100-million-mask-challenge-manufacturers
I can source PPE for Swedish, but this will not be a donation.
Please send your inquiry to CovidSupplies@swedish.org and our Supply Chain team will review your request. Please note we are receiving numerous inquiries and we appreciate your patience.
What are Swedish’s needs for PPE?
We are currently accepting donations of the following types of masks: N95 respirators (3M 1860 only), surgical masks, procedure masks, and isolation masks.
All donations must be in original containers, unexpired, unopened, undamaged, and unused.
Masks can be delivered in-person, M-F from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., to:
Swedish Medical Center Foundation
1124 Columbia St., Suite 110
Seattle, WA 98104
(Entrance is on Minor, between Marion and Columbia Streets.)
Masks can be mailed to:
Swedish Medical Center
Attn: Receiving Dock – Kevin Christ
702 Minor Ave
Seattle WA 98104
I would like to offer discounted hotel rates for Swedish caregivers and patients.
I would like to donate food for Swedish caregivers.
I would like to donate PPE to Swedish.
I would like to donate technical equipment to Swedish.
All inquiries for the above items can be directed to: CovidDonations@swedish.org.