Fighting Coronavirus Together
Ways You Can Help
Here are five things you can do to help right now:
Many members of our community have asked how they can help our front-line health care professionals who are caring for our communities during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Donate Protective Equipment
N95 Masks or similar are in great demand, along with eye protectors, other masks, gloves, gowns — to protect our extraordinary EMS workers who are fighting COVID-19, SBAS is looking to increase its supply of the following products:
- N95 Masks and KN95 Masks
- General surgical masks (Levels 1, 2 and 3)
- Eye protectors
- Face shields
- Disposable gloves (vinyl and nitrile)
- Surgical and isolation gowns
- Hand sanitizer
- Alcohol wipes
- If you are interested in dropping off donations, you can do so at our headquarters
- If you have questions, please email us
Make a Financial Donation
Thank you for rising up to support our heroes on the front lines as we care for the communities that rely on us during this unprecedented time.
Show your Support
A few words go a long way. Give a shout out to our EMS professionals who are on the front lines and help us #fightingcoronavirustogether.
Make a Mask
Many members of our community have reached out and asked if they can help us by making masks. This will allow the professional protective gear to be used exclusively for health care professionals who are at higher risk of exposure.
Your help in making masks for our EMS team will help to ensure the safety of our health care professionals and allow them to provide extraordinary care to our patients.
This will allow the professional protective gear to be used exclusively for EMS who are at higher risk of exposure.
If you’d like to help, we would ask you to sew masks with the following specifications and have provided How-to-make-a-Face-Mask instructions.
Slow the Spread
Help us flatten the curve. Stay at home!
Practice social distancing and frequent hand washing. These are the most important things you can do to slow the spread of the disease, protect ourselves and care for our most vulnerable communities.