White Bird Clinic will continue to provide compassionate, humanistic healthcare, and supportive services to individuals in our community as long as it is safe to do so. We are following the hygiene and social distancing measures that have been recommended by Lane County, the Oregon Health Authority, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and encourage everyone else to do the same. We’ve had to make changes in a number of programs for health but we are still providing services.
We’ve had a number of people reaching out to find out how they can help. Here’s what we need the most:
- Individual bottles of hand sanitizer
- Larger bottles of hand sanitizer
- Appropriate clothing for men and women
- Warm gloves
- Stocking caps
- Masks for clients
- Masks n95 and level 2/3
- Gloves latex or non-latex (medium and large are the most popular sizes)
- Clorox wipes or any wipes that adequately clean surfaces
- Thermometers for mass temperature checks
- Shoe and Boot covers
- Easy snacks (cup of noodles, granola bars, etc.)
- Lip balm
- Reusable water bottles
- Spray bottles
Donations can be dropped off at 341 E 12th Avenue between the hours of 8:00AM and 8:00PM, 7-days a week. We have someone posted outside that can assist. We are also accepting cash contributions online for our COVID-19 fund. For people who wish to volunteer during this crisis, United Way is coordinating opportunities here.
We will look for ways to be a force and resource multiplier for community resources in order to support our community with the donations we receive. Thank you for support.
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