Evolved By Nature has developed an extensive offering of personal care products using chemicals derived from silk cocoons. In partnership with Get Us PPE, they’ve donated sustainable, non-toxic hand sanitizers that are reaching many underserved and under-resourced communities.
A look at the mother-daughter team that helped distribute over 160,000 KN95 masks and 3-ply masks for the Greater San Diego Area, thanks to a partnership between Get Us PPE and the Chicano Federation.
Amazing volunteers have contributed their time and talent to the Get Us PPE Communications and Development team. These are the folks who create social media content, work with our partners and donors, and design beautiful graphics to accompany our data. They are indispensable in telling our story!
Get Us PPE’s Executive Director, Shikha Gupta, M.D. was named in the 2021 TIME list of 100 individuals who are shaping the future of their fields and defining the next generation of leadership.
Get Us PPE continues to push for the production of personal protective equipment, noting that PPE will be necessary throughout the vaccination process, especially as COVID-19 variants are detected in at least 12 states.
PPE Shortage Briefing: Ramping Up Vaccine Distribution Equitably and Efficiently to Weather the Coming Wave
Get Us PPE joins the vaccine conversation by advocating for equitable vaccine distribution, adding that access needs to be open to all Americans for a successful vaccine campaign.
In response to the Biden administration’s “national vaccine program,” Get Us PPE co-founders and executive directors, Ram Bala, Shuhan He, and Megan L. Ranney, detailed three key strategies to improve the efficacy of the vaccine distribution.
Get Us PPE is launching a grant program and curriculum-based cohort to make and distribute disposable gowns. Here’s how you can apply!
This holiday season, consider gifting a donation to support our frontline and essential workers. It works as a donation and an alternative to a standard gift.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of schools across the country closed their doors earlier this spring, inadvertently leaving millions of children behind.