Anesthesia Hygiene has partnered with Get Us PPE to donate gowns and coveralls to healthcare workers and facilities located in underserved communities in Los Angeles and San Diego.
Jade Bahng, a high schooler in California, founded the Daily Daisy Project in April 2020. This organization sells handmade daisy chain jewelry and donates 100% its proceeds to Get Us PPE.
Get Us PPE is launching a grant program and curriculum-based cohort to make and distribute disposable gowns. Here’s how you can apply!
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strike our nation, infections, hospitalizations, and death tolls rise, leaving hospitals and smaller facilities, like nursing homes and schools, with shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Get Us PPE has been able to donate over 5.5 million pieces of PPE free-of-charge and reach expanded audiences through our partners.
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.
Longtime Santa ‘fill in’ and author of “The Elves Indoors” shares why his job is more important than ever and why Get Us PPE is on the ‘nice list’.
When we talk about COVID-19 mitigation, we talk about PPE. However, we can take for granted that a key way to reduce risk is through proper handwashing.
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.
Get Us PPE video shows PPE supply shortage is still dire—and outrageous. Despite COVID cases easing for a while, you may not know that the personal protective equipment (PPE) crisis never abated. While everyone can agree that it’s impossible to do work without the right tools: crayons can’t replace tattoo guns for tattoo artists and dentists surely can’t fix your teeth with a hairbrush. It may seem like an outrageously obvious message, but the devastating reality is that our frontline workers like physicians, nursing home staff, and teachers, are still going without the tools they need to keep them safe…