How to Support South Shore Health during COVID-19 | One Healthy Boston


How to Support South Shore Health during COVID-19

In these unprecedented times, South Shore Health is once again the recipient of outreach, compassion, and generosity from a community that has supported our health system for generations. It is because of the unwavering giving spirit of our region that our hospital and health system is able to respond to the threat of COVID-19. We could not be more grateful.

We continue to receive offers for all forms of contributions. We are hearing the question “what can I do to help?”

The following are ways in which a member of our community can help our caregivers and colleagues:

Donate to South Shore Health

Individuals and organizations can make a charitable donation in support of the COVID-19 response at South Shore Health.

To do so, please use the following links: or

While we prefer online giving at this time, should you wish to mail a donation, please send to: South Shore Health Foundation, 55 Fogg Road, South Weymouth, MA 02190

Donate Gift Cards to Staff

Donating a gift card is a great way to help businesses in need while supporting South Shore Health staff impacted by this crisis. We will distribute gift cards to staff in need.

Purchase a gift card to a local grocery store, restaurant, pharmacy or gas station and mail it to: South Shore Health Foundation, 55 Fogg Road, South Weymouth, MA 02190 Attn: Katie Daly

For more information, please email Katie Daly:

Donate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)

Donations of PPE includes unused and unopened boxes of:

  • Surgical masks
  • N95 masks
  • Goggles,
  • Gowns, etc.

Restrictions on these donations apply. For information, please email Jessica Symonds:

Donate Food & Drink

Donations of food and drink include:

  • Non-perishable food
  • Unopened containers of food or beverage, etc.

Note that restrictions on these donations apply. We cannot accept donations of pre-made food, such as baked goods, platters of food, etc.

For detailed information, please email Katie Puzo:

We cannot thank our community enough for their outpouring of support.

Learn more about COVID-19.


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