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Help us guard front line health care workers, first responders, and caregivers. With your generous contribution, we can purchase and donate more protective masks and work towards defeating COVID-19 together.

Donations

$ 25.00
Personal Info

Specific Location (only available for donations greater than 500 masks)

Donation Total: $25.00

MASKS PROVIDED SO FAR

Donated to hospitals, public safety departments, and care givers.

Purchased by essential businesses and the general public.

DONATIONS

Thanks to all of your contributions, we've been able to donate to these organizations so far.

Voice Consultants

West Michigan Home Care LLC

DONATION FAQ

Are my donations tax deductible?

Yes, thanks to our partnership with the Grand Rapids Asian Pacific Festival, all donations are tax-deductible. Please contact us at support@covidguardfund.com if you would like to receive a receipt for your donation.

Where does the COVID Guard Fund donate protective masks to?

The COVID Guard Fund donates protective masks to hospitals, healthcare workers, first responders, and caregivers. 

Can we choose where our donation goes?

At the moment, we can only take specific requests for donations greater than $500. Please contact us at support@covidguardfund.com if your donation is greater than $500 and you would like us to use your donation for a specific place.

How can we share with others that we donated?

Your logo and/or name will be added to the donation section of our Sponsors page. You will also receive a sharable donation certificate by email.

How do I become a sponsor?

Anyone that donates over $500 will automatically become an official sponsor of the COVID Guard Fund and will be featured on our sponsor page. If you'd like to sponsor our cause in any other way, please contact us at support@covidguardfund.com.

How do you prioritize who gets the donated masks?

If no specific location is selected by the donor, we will distribute masks to those in need the most first. Hospitals that are treating COVID-19 patients will be prioritized. First responders and care givers in cities that are hit hard will also be prioritized.

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