Join Us in Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 RELIEF FUNDCAREGIVER SUPPORT FUND
Join Us in Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 RELIEF FUNDCAREGIVER SUPPORT FUND

Western New York, along with the global community, is indeed facing an unprecedented emergency. But we are known for stepping up – being strong and determined in the face of challenging times.

Catholic Health has been able to approach this situation head on, thanks in part to the tremendous support of our partners in government and across the healthcare sector. We continue to be overwhelmed by the unsolicited generosity of friends like you, who have recognized your ability to join Catholic Health in responding to this public health crisis.

If you’re searching for a way to show your support, a donation of any amount will make a big difference. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your kindness and generosity.

Click here to make a secure donation online
Click here to download a donation form to mail in a gift

COVID-19 RELIEF FUND

Provide direct support to Catholic Health’s response to COVID-19 including:

  •  Efforts to obtain and produce larger-than-usual quantities of personal protective equipment;
  • Purchasing more ventilators, beds, and other critical equipment needed to provide care;
  • Care for our most vulnerable neighbors whose daily lives have been affected by COVID-19.

 

CAREGIVER SUPPORT FUND

Help Catholic Health caregivers who are financially affected during this crisis by assisting with necessities such as:

  • Rent
  • Utilities
  • Groceries
  • Child and/or adult care
  • Transportation
  • Other unforeseen heart-rending expenses resulting from COVID-19 response.

If you would like to help with the donation of FDA approved PPE equipment, please call (716) 447-6205 or email healthconnection@chsbuffalo.org.

Should The Foundations of Catholic Health be fortunate enough to not need to use all monies raised, the balance will go towards the greatest needs in our acute sites such as ICU renovations to help combat future epidemics.