As you know, Fairfield County is currently the center of the COVID-19 outbreak in Connecticut. Stamford Health which consists of Stamford Hospital and Stamford Health Medical Group is at the frontline of this unfolding COVID-19 crisis caring for our family, friends and neighbors who are contending with this incredibly infectious disease.
With their frontline health care workers at the hospital around the clock and often unable to go home or get to a store, they would appreciate any donation of the following items:
1. Non-perishables (grains, rice, oats, pasta, nuts, granola bars)
2. Canned foods (beans, tomatoes, pasta sauce, tuna, soup, fruits)
3. Bottled water
1. Toilet paper
2. Paper towels
5. Body wash
6. Hand soap, sanitizers, and disinfectants
7. Laundry detergent, dish detergent & soap
If you would like to donate, please contact Chris Riendeau or Andy Bissellee of Stamford Hospital Foundation and they will make arrangements for pick-up or delivery.
Donations can also be made at a safe and secure, curbside drop-off zone located at Stamford Health’s Tully Health Center - 32 Strawberry Hill Ct. Volunteer staff will be available to accept donations Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Please note that items should be in their original, unopened packaging.