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Visitor Restrictions Update: Because flu & RSV cases are on the rise, starting November 16, children 12 and younger are restricted from visiting hospitals, certain inpatient facilities, and all emergency departments. Learn more.

Our healthcare workers are giving so much of themselves during the global COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re looking to return the favor, there are ways you can give back and help right now.

If you’d like to donate food please consider donation to the Atrium Health Foundation Atrium Health Essential Needs Fund. The Foundation can use this fund to provide snacks and meals for teams needing a boost.

You can also contact if you’d like to donate meals or snacks to our healthcare professionals.

All food donations must follow these guidelines:

  • Food should be prepared in a commercial kitchen and individually wrapped
  • Deliveries should be double bagged
  • Food must be delivered outside the facility
  • “Communal” foods like pizza are discouraged

If you’d prefer to give back by donating funds, there are causes you can help immediately.

Help Facilities Get Essential Needs

Atrium Health Foundation has created the Atrium Health Essential Needs Fund. By giving to this fund, you’re helping Atrium Health facilities meet their most pressing needs, including:

  • Hospital equipment
  • Temporary facilities for screening and monitoring patients
  • Patient and family hardship support
  • Technology to help patients and families stay connected during visitor restrictions

Donate now

Support Healthcare Heroes

Looking for a way to support caregiver heroes and healthcare workers during these uncertain times? Donate to the Atrium Health Teammate Emergency Care Fund.

Help support our heroes through this crisis. Each donation assists them with necessary personal, family, living or funeral expenses they incur as a result of coronavirus.

Donate now

Tip: No matter where you choose to donate funds, always make sure you’re going through a reliable organization and website. To keep you safe, Atrium Health will never call to solicit donations, and we’ll only point you to organizations and websites we trust. Atrium Health Foundation is the only charitable administrator for Atrium Health.

To slow the spread of COVID-19, activities everywhere have been canceled. Unfortunately, this also includes some blood drives. Fewer blood drives can mean a blood shortage, which is scary news for patients fighting cancer, victims of car accidents and those who need surgery.

By giving blood, you can make a difference and even save a life. Visit OneBlood and make an appointment.

If you’ve recovered from COVID-19, donating your plasma could help save lives.

After recovering from COVID-19, you have antibodies in your plasma (part of your blood) that can fight the virus. This is called convalescent plasma, and it’s being tested as a treatment for COVID-19. Infusing convalescent plasma into patients that are seriously sick could give their immune system the boost it needs to fight the virus.

Donating plasma is similar to donating blood, and a single donation may save as many as 3 lives.

You might be eligible to donate convalescent plasma if you:

  • Are at least 18 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds
  • Have a positive COVID-19 test result (either a positive diagnostic test while sick or a positive antibody test after recovering)
  • Have fully recovered from COVID-19 (symptom-free for 14 days with a negative COVID-19 test, or symptom-free for 28 days without a negative COVID-19 test)
  • Are in good health and feeling well (even if you’re being treated for a chronic condition)
  • Have not gotten the COVID-19 vaccine

If you meet these criteria and you’re interested in becoming a plasma donor, visit OneBlood to get more information and register.

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