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Enabling state and local governments, institutions, organizations and companies to provide 1 billion masks to essential workers, keeping people safer and reducing the strain on the healthcare system.

1M Masks is getting one million masks and other PPE to healthcare workers on the front lines in NY and beyond. Doctors, nurses and hospitals order PPE for free on our site, and we deliver the next day.

A Million Masks fulfills requests for PPE for Frontline Healthcare workers at US Hospitals treating Coronavirus. They prioritize those that work in the ER / ICU, and are currently focusing on NYC while also quickly expanding to the major metropolitan areas in the country. Donations can be made to their GoFundMe Coronavirus Support Fund to support their work.

Adaptive Energy, a fuel cell battery manufacturer in Ann Arbor, has created Arbor Apothecary to be a manufacturer of personal protective equipment including a touchless door opener, medical face shield, acrylic intubation box, and hand sanitizing liquid.

The American Hospital Association (AHA) is the national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities. They provide the information about what hospital and health system leaders should know in regards to supplies and personal protective equipment shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anthem is a leading health benefits company dedicated to improving lives and communities and making healthcare simpler. Through its affiliated companies, Anthem serves more than 79 million people, including 41 million within its family of health plans. Together with XPRIZE, they’ve launched the the XPRIZE Pandemic Alliance to incentivize and capture the collective intelligence and wisdom of the global community. Their goal is to identify and develop solutions based on data to help enable and accelerate existing efforts and pave the way for new solutions to this and future pandemics.

AON3D builds 3D printers for high performance thermoplastics and composites. They are assisting with printing PPE, as well as assisting in R&D on ventilator/ventilator-​alternative initiatives. The materials they support are chemically resistant and can be sterilized.

Ark-La-Tex 3D Technology produces face shields based on an approved design by the National Institute of Health.

Assembly helps companies create, build and deliver products made in China. PPE including N95 respirator masks, gloves, and sterilization wipes, can be purchased directly from them. Medical professionals and institutions are eligible for discounted pricing.

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI)

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) has created a COVID-19 response team of manufacturers, clinicians, and FDA representatives. This team has created a number of reports to respond to the ventilator shortage.

Atoms is a sneaker brand based out of Brooklyn, NY. Manufacturing capacity has been reallocated to produce masks for everyday wear. They are donating 1 mask for every order, and selling them at cost.

Ball and Buck is a sporting goods outfitter producing cloth masks for sale. For every mask purchased, a mask will be donated to a hospital in need.

Bella + Canvas is a producer of retail quality apparel for the printwear market. Their LA manufacturing facility is producing non-medical face covers at a massive scale for retail and wholesale customers around the world.

The COVID-19 PPE Fund has been established to provide funding for medical supplies, personal protective equipment and/or grants to hospitals and senior care facilities affected by COVID-19 and future disease outbreaks, with a particular focus on the Greater Boston area.

Boy Next Door is a menswear company making 100% cotton masks for purchase. For every mask sold, they will donate a second one to local medical facility in need in the Atlanta, GA area. Donations to support mask production can also be made via their site.

Bulk MRO is a global B2B platform used by hundreds of clients including governments and healthcare networks across the world. We have years of experience and proven systems for supplying industrial products, medical products and PPE that is FDA, CE, CFDA and US compliant. Our global network of pre-vetted and authorized manufacturers has enabled us to ship over 20 million pieces of PPE in the last few weeks, getting protective gear to people who need it.

Byrne is a manufacturer of electrical distribution products for the health care, office furniture and hospitality industries. They have created a face shield and adjustable face mask extender.

California Academy of Family Physicians is connecting members with organizations that can fill their PPE needs and accept their donations. They are also collecting data on preparedness and financial impact of the pandemic.

Cardinal Health is a global manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies and a distributor of pharmaceutical products, working with governments at all levels and supply chain partners such as healthcare provider customers, suppliers, trade groups, other distributors, and leading experts to quickly get PPE, other medical supplies and critical medicines into the hands of healthcare providers who need them to safely treat patients. On their manufacturing side, they are retrofitting and redeploying equipment, acquiring additional equipment, and running facilities 24/7 to make more PPE. On their distribution side, they are sourcing new supplier partners, including outside the healthcare industry, faster than ever and expediting the flow of PPE and pharmaceutical supply through their delivery network to customers in a variety of ways.

The donation site is providing a form to arrange a pick-up of unused supplies, including masks, wipes, gowns, gloves, and ventilators, in unopened boxes or sealed packages. For unused but open supplies they’re partnering with the Seattle Mask Brigade for pickup.

CLINIMED USA is importing and distributing foreign and local PPE products such as face masks, full face shields, hand sanitizers, scrubs, and gowns.

CoProcure is a venture-backed technology startup on a mission to make local public purchasing more transparent, efficient, and inclusive. Their free search tool helps government buyers compliantly purchase from contracts that other governments have created. Competitively bid contracts on their platform can be reused by government buyers, saving government employees time, taxpayers money, and reducing the cost of selling to governments for suppliers. CoProcure is supporting local governments on COVID-19 response. On their COVID-19 resource page, they’re tracking inventory of PPE and other items from verified suppliers and providing hands-on support to local govs in tracking down and group purchasing PPE items.

Coronavirus Army serves as a gathering place for those looking for: a virus outbreak tracker; a self-quarantine room locator; ways to help doctors, hospitals and medical workers with special requests; ways to join the caretaking community; advocating for various policy changes for workers during the pandemic.

Corvus Robotics makes the world’s 1st unmanned warehouse inventory drones. They fly themselves to scan pallet labels on your racks, no humans involved.

The COVID-19 Policy Alliance, led by MIT faculty, is creating data-driven tools to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, focused on high-risk populations such as the staff and residents of long-term care facilities. In partnership with the Massachusetts Senior Care Association (MSCA) and a group of associations in New Hampshire, the team is also shipping more than $2 million worth of PPE materials. The Alliance leadership commits to share data from all its initiatives with C19 Coalition members, policymakers and their advisors.

Covid-19 Response has put out a request for ideas from the private sector to help combat the pandemic. Researchers in infectious diseases, virology, and epidemiology are central to identifying the best path forward, and Covid-19 Response is helping coordinate resources to help them tackle the most pressing issues.

Curri is an on-demand supply and delivery company created to help maintain product flow within the supply chain.

The Defense Innovation Lab (DiLab) is a nonprofit that supports entrepreneurs working on defense and government focused technology. They’re acting as a direct point of contact between local government and numerous efforts and organizations, identifying, procuring and facilitating delivery of ventilators and hundreds of thousands of masks, and standardizing manufacturing of masks and face shields.

This community of designers, engineers and creatives are remotely volunteering their skills to help create innovative solutions to support others affected by the pandemic. They have expertise in: providing small business with design assets; assisting in local government and city wide initiatives; offering business website assistance; resume building for unexpectedly displaced workers; public health service design support; data Visualization creation; mental health support; virtual group chats, and more.

Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization, has been focusing on alleviating the PPE shortage, assisting in building a stock of resources for the anticipated spike in ICU patients, boosting support to safety-net facilities, and collaborating with epidemiologists, tech companies, and public agencies to use mobility data to streamline the effort against COVID-19.

Donate PPE is an initiative where individuals can donate their PPE and/or report needs for a hospital or healthcare clinic.

Drivergent is a Michigan transportation company that has retooled operations and is now manufacturing 80% alcohol liquid hand sanitizer to WHO & FDA requirements.

Eagle Fabrics is a wholesale apparel fabric company working to produce 100,000 masks per week.

Emergency Design Collective is a coalition of designers creating solutions for the PPE shortage, clinical workflow issues, blood donation shortage, and communications issues caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

By leveraging non-personally identifiable information, Emergency Supply Chain uses data science methods to predict PPE supply chain needs, challenges, available supply, and manufacturing and shipping capacity.

This continuously updated site has expert information on how to stop COVID-19 is built and maintained by the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) and collaborators. Its goal is to minimize the impact of COVID-19 by providing useful data and guidelines for action. The research team has co-faculty, students and affiliates from MIT, Harvard, Brandeis and other universities nationally and internationally and is working around the clock to monitor and communicate the current state of the COVID-19 epidemic. It includes recommendations for individuals, families, employers, and governments.

Enduring Supply is sourcing CDC NIOSH N95 respirators from China directly for hospitals, municipalities, and other qualified buyers. Transparent ordering, inventory, and lead times.

Every Face Covered connects those looking to buy PPE with manufacturers and other sources for new products. Specific PPE requests can be submitted via their site.

Face Mask Warriors is a collaboration of over 16,000+ volunteers across the United States. They’re using skills including sewing, technology, organizing, and more to help protect as many people across the country as possible. Their goal is connecting those in need with those who can provide, no matter how much or how little. Their focus is handmade face masks, but they are also creating handmade gowns, scrub caps, headbands, and shoe covers.

Factor Hardware (a manufacturer analytics and networking platform), has opened up a form for healthcare providers to request PPE.

FELLFAB engineers and manufactures innovative products from technical and specialized textiles. They have pivoted from their traditional product line to manufacture PPE for Front Line Support staff, including: Level 1 and 2 gowns, scrubs, body bags, triage tents, non-surgical certified masks, and biohazard privacy curtains. They have capacity in Hamilton, Canada; Atlanta, GA and Ft. Worth, Texas to service National demand.

Fictiv is a cloud based network of over 200 manufacturing plants in the U.S. and abroad that get routed designs and orders for parts from customers on the platform. In response to COVID-19, Fictiv has invested in the upfront tooling costs to produce face shields and make them available as quickly and easily as possible to healthcare agencies, service providers, distributors, and non-healthcare original equipment manufacturers that are pivoting to support the healthcare industry. Profits beyond initial tooling and unit manufacturing costs will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.

FIGS, a producer of healthcare uniforms and hospital scrubs, is producing isolation gowns and masks as well as donating scrubs and PPE to medical professionals.

Find the Masks is a global mapping tool and interactive directory for PPE needs.It provides a searchable map of drop-off points and organizations in need of PPE in order to enable individuals, communities, makerspace networks, and large-scale manufacturers to provide supplies locally all over the world.

Thrive Global’s FirstRespondersFirst, in partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation, is raising donations to provide essential supplies, equipment and resources for protecting frontline healthcare workers and their patients.

Flexport.org combines advanced cloud technology, analytics, logistics infrastructure, and human expertise to create global supply chains that are more efficient and transparent. They’re currently focusing all resources on getting supplies to frontline health care workers combating COVID-19.

Formlabs makes 3D printers and materials and software. They’re currently producing nasal swabs for COVID-19 test kits. The Formlabs Support Network for COVID-19 Response is their initiative to match healthcare organizations and providers with Formlabs customers volunteering their printers and time to help address critical supply chain shortages, including designing, prototyping, and production. They’ve also published a guide: Things to Consider to Produce Safe and Effective Medical Devices.

FreeSewing is an open source platform for made-to-measure sewing patterns. They’re providing several different facemask patterns on PDF and an instructional video that shows how to make them.

Frogmouth, Inc. is a Texas-based roller derby and alternative athletic apparel company currently making cloth face masks for sale. A mask will be donated for each mask purchased.

Frontline Foods is a grassroots organization that raises money from communities for local restaurants preparing meals for those responding to the COVID-19 crisis. They are partnered with World Central Kitchen — an international nonprofit relief program led by chef José Andrés — to scale the reach of their program.

The Frontline Responders Fund is raising money to fund the transportation of PPE from manufacturers to hospitals.

Frontline Suits is developing reusable, washable suits to decrease the level of exposure of our scrubs and bare skin to hospital contaminants, including COVID-19.

Frontline Support

Frontline Support is a group of California-based volunteers with decades of logistics expertise, long-term relationships in Asia that can identify and vet suppliers, and connections with state and local health officials. This effort began on March 16, 2020 to help more nimbly respond to the need for large scale PPE supplies.

Garment District for Gowns (GDFG) is a NYC-based non-profit organization, locally manufacturing reusable medical gowns for hospital and healthcare organizations in urgent need. GDFG is made up of fashion designers, product developers, pattern makers, and sewers with over a decade of experience working for major brands. As funding allows, they are hiring Garment District factories for production. Upon manufacturing completion, gowns undergo a gamma irradiation process as an added safety measure at Steris. Gowns are then delivered to hospitals and medical centers in the Tri-State area. GDFG is supported by local government, corporate sponsors, and individuals.

The Gerber PPE Task Force is helping manufacturers switch to production of masks, labels & other personal protective equipment.

Get Them PPE is a crowdsourcing site built to help identify hospitals and other organizations that are severely undersupplied and in need of donations. Use the map to find out what items local hospitals are in need of and get contact info for each hospital to coordinate donations. There is also a separate form to submit hospital needs for inclusion.

GetPPE.org matches volunteers with hospitals and facilities in need. Their volunteers have donated over 110,000 PPE and handmade items like cloth masks.

Get Us PPE is a national, centralized platform that leverages a large network of partners and volunteers to: facilitate safe and efficient delivery of supplies to local hospitals, advocate for immediate action to expedite the manufacture of medical PPE nationwide and unite the maker community to validate and share PPE designs that can be printed and assembled locally. It is a collaboration between physicians and medical researchers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, engineers, scientists and programmers.

GIR, a silicone housewares company, has partnered with manufacturers to develop and ship masks. Masks are available for purchase and donation.

Give Armor is a group of volunteers from the construction industry who are collecting N95 face masks from constructions sites and donating them to hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

GiveMasks supplies certified personal protective equipment (PPE) to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep our frontline healthcare workers safe.

The Global Map of Coronavirus Innovation is an initiative by StartupBlink that has mapped out hundreds of initiatives in a multitude of fields all seeking to quell the pandemic. The website also has ranked cities according to “Coronavirus Innovation” and assigned listed cities Coronavirus Innovation Scores.

Meet Glowforge, the 3D laser printer that makes magical things at the push of a button.​ Glowforge recently launched the 2 Million Essential Ears Initiative where we worked with biomedical engineers, doctors and epidemiologists to design a functional, comfortable Ear Saver that can be printed in seconds.

GoFundMe Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, business and tech leaders, artists, and philanthropists launched the Frontline Responders Fund, a GoFundMe campaign raising funds to deliver personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline responders in our hospitals. Flexport.org enables organizations to deliver aid and make an impact. Flexport is at the point of intersection for companies to move critical supplies from the factory and get them to frontline responders.

Goggles for Docs is an effort to get used or new goggles into the hands of healthcare workers who currently have no eye protection as they treat COVID-19 patients.

Halco USA, based in Hayward, CA, manufactures eye shields for use with face masks.

Harbor Freight is shipping more than 44 million pairs of nitrile gloves and hundreds of thousands of masks and face shields to hospitals in over 1,000 communities that requested them directly.

Hardwire, a manufacturer of protective armor, is producing face shields designed for medical professionals fighting COVID-19.

Healthcare Ready is a nonprofit that serves as a link between the healthcare supply chain and government. The organization is helping connect government and healthcare facilities in need with vetted suppliers.

HealthEquip™ connects individuals and organizations who have PPE and other critical supplies that can be donated and used by hospitals treating patients. The app tracks the donation, manages the shipping of the donated supplies through UPS, and ensures shipping is paid for by the receiving hospital. It matches donations with the hospitals in the area based solely on demand – not preferential treatment. It also ensures that the individual or organization graciously donating will receive a donation receipt. Anyone who wants to participate in the fight may donate whether by the box or truckload. The American Hospital Association (AHA) with the 100 Million Mask initiative, Microsoft, Kaiser Permanente, Kearney and Merit Solutions have worked in partnership to accelerate the donation to hospital process.

Hedley & Bennett makes aprons and other kitchen attire. They’ve pivoted their operations around the world to produce a reusable, protective mask designed with a pediatric orthopedic surgeon

Helena is a 501c3 organization that is acting as risk capital to help finance purchases of critical PPE and other equipment.

Help Feed the Frontline is raising the required funding to feed healthcare workers in Los Angeles a nutritious lunch and dinner for as long as this crisis lasts. They’re working in partnership with José Andrés and World Central Kitchen

Help Hospitals is working to catalog hospitals and their supply needs in order to connect with the appropriate donations of PPE.

This fund supports the purchase of nitrile gloves, latex gloves, hospital gowns/isolation gowns, N95 masks, surgical masks, face shields, and more, ordered directly from manufacturers in China. These items will be largely directed to Providence Everett in Washington State, with remaining items going to anyone who fills out a request form.

Help with Covid is an aggregator of COVID-19 related projects in need of volunteers. The site also has a playbook on managing volunteers and a number of recorded and live webinars.

Helpful Engineering is a group of nearly 3,500 volunteer engineers, scientists, and doctors working on over 35 projects ranging from rapidly redesigning PPE and innovating contact tracing to creating consumer-end applications for individuals to self-report COVID-like symptoms.

HiTS has retooled its factory to make small/medium PAPR consumable shields that fit a max air ventilator helmet. They are currently producing 500 a week for Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

Hotcards printing has re-tooled their entire supply chain to print and ship N95 FDA Class 2 registered and approved masks in quantities of up to 7.5 million per month. They are also selling other PPE and medical supplies including hand sanitizer.

House of Pema is a female-owned, ethical clothing company that is making cotton fabric masks lined with a non-woven filter designed with the guidance of medical professionals and based on an existing pattern. All masks use ties to allow them to securely fit as many people as possible. Masks can be purchased through their BUY 1 - GIVE 1 program, which donates one mask to a medical professional or front line worker in need for every mask bought. They are also taking donations to help produce more masks for medical professionals.

Together with the global digital manufacturing community, HP Inc. is mobilizing technology, experience, and production capacity to help deliver critical parts in the effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indie Source is an ethical apparel manufacturer seated in Los Angeles that has produced over 100,000 fabric masks for public and private sector organizations. For every mask sold through the Indie Source website, a mask is donated to a medical or service professional in need. To distribute the face masks to those working on the front lines, Indie Source is partnering with LAProtects, lovela.com, Getusppe.org, The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, IPC D-70 Textiles Committee, and many local medical organizations.

Indigital Technologies is connecting governments, state officials and corporations to a direct supply chain of FFP2 Grade Protective Masks and COVID-19 Testing Kits with 98.7% accuracy. They will be donating 1 out of every 25 masks sold to the community.

A Washington based manufacturer originally focused on producing upholstery, Kaas Tailored has partnered with Providence in the “100 Million Mask Challenge” to rapidly produce face masks, face shields, reusable gowns, and disposable gowns for frontline medical workers. Through their website, individuals can both request PPE and volunteer to produce PPE in their capacities as either manufacturers or at-home makers.

Kazz Molds, Inc. is a custom Injection molding and mold making company for plastics. Located in Southern Californa, they also ship nationwide.

Kwick Kargo is providing Logistics Services from manufacturing countries like China, Vietnam, Taiwan, India, etc. With more than 15 years of experience in the Logistics Industry, Kwick Kargo has a vast network of agents all over the world and a wide network of trucking companies to reach across the United States, Canada & Mexico.

The goal of each Mask Brigade is to help local residents and small businesses donate their N95 masks to the local healthcare community. Volunteers will pick up donated N95 masks as well as any other PPE and take them to local hospitals. They also offer information on methods for direct donation.

Love Your Melon began with the simple idea of putting a hat on every child battling cancer in America. Their initial goal is to make 50,000 masks to donate directly to children’s hospitals, care facilities and nonprofit organizations across the country for children battling cancer and their families.

Magisso Oy has the ability to supply large quantities of three different types of face masks: Splash resistant surgical mask (BFE>98%), KN95 respirator mask (BFE>95%) and surgical face mask (BFE>95%). Currently they have the capability to supply at least 10 million units per week of all mentioned products and large quantities directly from the manufacturer. The items are FDA approved and CE-certified and all necessary documentation and test results can be provided.

Make a Mask is working to collect and distribute sewn masks to healthcare workers in the Austin, TX area.

Make Masks is connecting those in need with supplies of masks ranging from majority 2-ply rectangular (Clover/Deaconess) or fitted (Olson/Fu/Craft Passion) cotton fabric masks for adult sizes, and some N95 covers (AB or duck-bill masks). Requests can be placed by hospitals or other medical facilities; organizations serving vulnerable populations such as nursing homes, shelters, or soup kitchens; essential businesses or services such as a daycares, animal shelters, grocers, farms, or first responders.

Make The Masks is a grassroots effort to provide 3D printing files to help meet the needs of communities.

Mask A Hero NY is a service in which individuals can donate new N95 masks to New York healthcare providers.

The goal of each Mask Brigade’s is to help local residents and small businesses donate their N95 masks to the local healthcare community. Volunteers will pick up donated N95 masks as well as any other PPE and take them to local hospitals. They also offer information on methods for direct donation.

Mask Match is a peer-to-peer matching site for direct shipping between those who have masks to donate and those who are in need.

MaskmakersNFK is located in the heart of Hampton Roads, Virginia. They make and donate face masks for local hospital workers and first responders.

Buck Mason is a men’s clothing company that has shifted a portion of their domestic and import manufacturing capacity to producing non-medical face masks.

Masks for Docs is focused exclusively on providing protective masks to health care workers. They are collecting masks and have volunteers making and printing masks, and are building a resource to match supplies with hospitals in need and distribute them.

The Masks Now Coalition is providing patterns for sewing face masks as well as coordinating the efforts of seamstresses, makers and manufacturers to make masks and other supplies for use by medical professionals, at-risk community members and essential workers. They’re also working on converting maker spaces across the nation into supply production sites.

#Masks4All is a grassroots movement to get people to follow the overwhelming scientific evidence that shows we need to wear homemade masks in public to slow COVID-19. Visit the site to find out how to make masks, learn about the science, and please share to save lives.

MasksOn.org provides emergency wse face shields for medical purposes free-of-charge to clinicians who do not have access to FDA cleared PPE. They adaptoff-the-shelf full-face snorkel masks by fitting them with custom-made adapters that mate the mask to a hospital-supplied, standard bacterial/viral filter. They package and ship free-of-charge to clinicians and healthcare institutions.

As part of a coordinated response between academic, industry, and government, the Massachusetts COVID-19 Manufacturing Capacity Index team is indexing the Commonwealth’s manufacturing capacity to produce critically-needed components. Organizations NOT located within the State of MA can also complete the form, and the information will be used for coordinating efforts between other state and federal initiatives.

Massachusetts Life Sciences Emergency Supply Hub is helping coordinate efforts to bring additional supplies and resources to Massachusetts healthcare institutions. They’re asking life sciences and healthcare organizations to consider how they may be able to help, specifically by donating lab, testing, and diagnostics supplies, personal protection equipment (PPE), and medical and scientific expertise needed to combat COVID-19.

This McKinsey and Company report was written by Tom Latkovic, Leah Pollack, and Jordan VanLare to provide political and business leaders with both a broad overview of the socio-economic challenges that the virus has brought and will continue to bring, as well as actionable advice that leaders can take in order to safeguard both the physical and economic health of their constituency.

MedSupplyDrive is a volunteer-based organization created by medical students at the Georgetown University School of Medicine. Their mission is to mobilize volunteers across the country to collect and donate medical supplies including N95 and surgical masks, non-latex gloves, and medical gowns to local hospitals in need.

Medtronic, a medical device company, has released the specifications for its Puritan Bennett 560 ventilator in order to assist with efforts to rapidly develop ventilators more efficiently. The materials include hardware-design specifications, manufacturing instructions, ventilator design documents, and software source-code files.

Million Mask Challenge is providing protective face mask patterns, hygiene protocol and mailing instructions for finished masks. They’re also offering an N95 trade in program so non-medical professionals who have N95’s can trade them in for the masks created from the organization’s specs, which they will then send to the doctors.

MIT’s Rapid Innovation Dashboard brings together Information, resources, and opportunities for the MIT Community to rapidly activate and engage in urgent problem-solving on Covid-19/Coronavirus Disease. It’s also tracking and assisting MIT efforts to problem-solve solutions to COVID-19, as well as global efforts and resources, via crowdsourcing.

Make A Mask is providing a tech kit with a free fabric face mask template, complete with digital pattern, suggested materials, and sourcing info for making masks at home. It’s also looking to partner with manufacturers to make masks, accepting donations and distributing masks.

The Society of Nurse Scientists Innovators Entrepreneurs & Leaders (SONSIEL) has launched SHARE (Strengthen Healthcare Ability to Respond to Emergencies), an urgent call-to-action to move supplies of PPE, including vital respirator masks, to healthcare providers on the frontline. This campaign is raising funds to purchase N95 masks directly and donate them to the frontline healthcare staff across the country.

N95 Reuse is a resource document with information on how to reuse and decontaminate respirators.

Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers are combining efforts to bolster the business community’s response to shortages of urgently needed supplies. They’ve developed an online survey to identify existing supplies and new manufacturing capacity to support emergency production efforts.

The NIH 3D Print Exchange provides models in formats that are readily compatible with 3D printers and offers a unique set of tools to create and share 3D-printable models related to biomedical science.

The goal of each Mask Brigade is to help local residents and small businesses donate their N95 masks to the local healthcare community. Volunteers will pick up donated N95 masks as well as any other PPE and take them to local hospitals. They also offer information on methods for direct donation.

Nuvocargo ships seamlessly between the United States and Mexico, and is shipping critical medical supplies and groceries between the two countries at or below cost during the pandemic.

The NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund was created to aid nonprofit service providers struggling with the health and economic effects of the coronavirus. It will give grants and loans to NYC-based nonprofits that are trying to meet the new and urgent needs that are hitting the city. Priority will be given to nonprofits addressing essential healthcare and food insecurity, as well as arts and culture.

One Mask has created a opensource mask design conceived for mass production by companies with automated cutting and seaming technologies, such as producers of sneakers, outdoor and athletic gear, furniture, window coverings, clothing and packaging. It uses a non-woven fabric that does not require stitching to prevent fraying and is extremely effective blocking particles from passing through it.

OSMS (Open Source Medical Supplies) is building a repository of transparent, accurate, layman-accessible, medically-reviewed requirements for medical supply designs, then providing open-source designs for supplies that meet those requirements. Their goal is to help local manufacturers and makers provide vetted supplies directly to their hospitals, and later to help create local fabrication networks across the globe to respond to hospital needs.

Operation Masks has partnered with logistics experts to get masks, gloves and other PPE from payment to factory procurement to shipping to ground delivery to hospitals.

Operation We Can Sew It! is providing a cloth mask design approved by Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, CO and SCL Health facilities. All masks made to the specifications of our pattern will be accepted at these facilities and may be elsewhere but this should be approved beforehand.

OPT Industries has developed and is producing a 3D-printed nasopharyngeal (NP) swab for COVID-19 testing to help make up for the nationwide shortage. It has been vetted by clinicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. OPT is producing thousands of testing swabs daily and distributing them to hospitals nationally via direct requests.

Ovadia Corporation, a US-based plastics manufacturer, has retooled their NJ facility to produce face shields, which have been sold into medical systems around the US, as well as donated. They have 2 face shields models: (1) a standard disposable face shield with foam/elastic, and (2) a durable shield designed for comfort, decontamination, and reuse.

The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is an American consumer goods corporation headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, that specializes in a wide range of personal health/consumer health, personal care, and hygiene products.

Pandemic Resource Team is focused on the development and deployment of durable and reliable global solutions to the medical supply chain problem. PRT is not just thinking about this pandemic but preventing and protecting all of us from the next one.

PAXAFE develops IoT solutions that monitor and communicate real-time location and environmental conditions of B2B shipments. They’re providing this information to all stakeholders in the PPE supply chain (PPE supplier, logistics courier, hospital) so that pickups and deliveries can be coordinated efficiently and inventory is optimized towards its greatest use.

PCH International is a global custom design manufacturing company that works with companies to design, engineer, develop, manufacture, pack out, fulfill and distribute products as well as manage supply chains.

Peach is a women’s lifestyle brand producing cloth masks for sale. Their US factory will use reversible legging fabric to produce reusable, personal-use face masks.

Pipeline Medical is transforming the way medical supplies are ordered by creating transparency and streamlining the ordering process for hospitals and medical practices across the US.

Pledge 1% is a global movement that inspires, educates, and empowers every entrepreneur, company, and employee to leverage its assets (time, product, $, voice, etc) to be a force for good. Over 10,000 members in 100 countries have joined the movement, igniting well over a half a billion dollars in new philanthropy. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Pledge 1% has stepped into the critical role of convener, aggregator of resources, and facilitator for over 90+ top companies as they work together to overcome common challenges and amplify collective social impact during this public health and economic crisis.

PPE 2 PHL is a coalition of health care students who source PPE from their local communities and industries and connect them to in-need health care facilities in the Greater Philadelphia area. They partnered with local organizations who create hand sewn masks as well, so that they can tackle universal masks for all and work together to help communities triage medical grade masks for healthcare workers

PPE Connect Pittsburgh is connecting Pittsburgh area healthcare workers in need of PPE with those who have and are willing to donate new, unused PPE, including N95 masks, gloves, isolation gowns, face shields and goggles. They’re coordinating both donations and requests and will pick up supplies and arrange distribution in partnership with local groups.

PPE Donation Project Clearinghouse is a Google Spreadsheet categorizing overarching and individual projects working on the PPE shortage.

PPE Link is working to collect and connect donations of standard PPE (not homemade) from local communities of academic and industry STEM labs as well as any other institutions or companies that use PPE in their operations to help provide a short-term stopgap by donating their local hospitals with supplies until national efforts are able to compensate.

PRG Scenic Technologies has re-tooled their facility to produce face shields for healthcare workers. They are building an open-source design that was developed in-part by NYU and has been approved for use by the New York City department of Health. They have shipped over 130,000 units to healthcare workers in NYC and beyond, and are producing approximately 50,000 units per week

ProCure Hope is a small team of professionals spanning the US and Asia who are volunteering their time to identify, source, transport and donate badly needed PPE to front-line and essential workers. With representatives on the ground in both China and the US who speak both English and Mandarin, they are able to evaluate the efficacy of the supply chains and dramatically shorten the time to get masks into the hands of those most in need.

PROforma has put together a top notch supply chain and team to deliver PPE to over a dozen states, healthcare systems and retailers. They offer in-factory SGS testing on all mask products before they leave for delivery. Their model is quality, high-volume, low-margin orders to ensure getting as much PPE to those in need as possible.

Project CURE is actively supporting local healthcare systems to get needed medical supplies and equipment in the U.S. including donations to hospitals, EMS and governments in Denver, Nashville, Houston, Chicago, and Phoenix.

Project N95 is the National Clearinghouse for sourcing critical and personal protective equipment (PPE). They help protect the frontline workers by matching their organization’s procurement teams with vetted products and suppliers.

Promedica Health Direct is providing instructions and patterns for sewing masks and has organized for drop-offs and pickups in its various locations in Ohio and Michigan. Surgical sheeting and elastic for creating masks can be picked up at drop off locations as available.

Pulsar Eco Products makes and supplies masks to major healthcare centers like Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and state emergency relief teams.

Resistbot provides local information on COVID-19 and related advocacy via text to 50409, Facebook Messenger, and Twitter: Text COVID for state information on infection data and resources, COVIDACT for state outbreak projections and how they can be changed by mitigation, COVID19 to see what state actions have been taken to protect and support community, GOVERNOR or RESIST to send a letter to local government encouraging them to take stronger measures, and MASKS to help with local PPE sourcing and distribution efforts.

Resolution Medical is a medical device company manufacturing FDA-approved, 3D-printed swabs and face shields for use by testing companies and frontline workers.

Response connects healthcare providers to medical suppliers using software built to accelerate emergency procurement. They are building an open API to bring transparency to the global market and empower other players to quickly analyze and address key supply chain bottlenecks. If you have or need supplies, visit Response.

Saddleback Leather Co. is a Texas-based leather goods company and manufacturer that changed over from manufacturing leather bags to manufacturing reusable isolation gowns and face masks. Within one month, the company will also be manufacturing reusable hair caps and shoe covers. The Saddleback Leather team is also open-sourcing the specifications and processes used to manufacture all PPE products.

The goal of each Mask Brigade is to help local residents and small businesses donate their N95 masks to the local healthcare community. Volunteers will pick up donated N95 masks as well as any other PPE and take them to local hospitals. They also offer information on methods for direct donation.

SecondMuse helps build innovation ecosystems around the globe based on collaboration, equity, and a vision of a just and prosperous future. They use a range of tools and strategies including the principles of design thinking, systems dynamics, curated collaboration and open innovation to create opportunities for change across organizations and industries.

Shields For Heroes is a not-for-profit organization founded to meet the urgent need of connecting Heroes with PPE. They connect the suppliers of raw materials with manufacturers, manufacturers with health care providers, and the general public with the power of knowledge. Shields For Heroes distributes PPE to more than 100 NYC metro area hospitals and health care providers with a focus on the areas hardest hit. They are also currently “boxing” production methods to share with other communities.

A list of resources for helping with the shortage of PPE, including places to donate and volunteer, plans and specs for sewing, 3D printing and donating masks, ways to request masks and face shields, answers to frequently asked questions about making masks and other ways to help both regionally and nationally.

Specialty chemicals manufacturer creating cutting-edge chemistries that are safer to use, and more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly than traditional petrochemicals. Solugen is producing hand sanitizer to distribute to hospitals and high risk communities like nursing homes and retirement communities.

SONSIEL is an international platform for Nurses to engage and advocate for Nursing’s role in influencing and directly impacting global health through innovation, and entrepreneurship. It has created the SHARE (Strengthen Healthcare Ability to Respond to Emergencies) program in combination with vital industry, corporate, and individual partners. to ensure nurses and physicians are adequately shielded from infection risk.

Sourcify is providing PPE for hospitals, medical centers, and more at cost from their partner factories. With their sourcing team located across Asia, they have a diversified PPE supply through their partner factories.

The goal of each Mask Brigade is to help local residents and small businesses donate their N95 masks to the local healthcare community. Volunteers will pick up donated N95 masks as well as any other PPE and take them to local hospitals. They also offer information on methods for direct donation.

Standard Industries is the world’s leading manufacturer in roofing, waterproofing, and insulation, in addition to a burgeoning solar power division.

Stop the Spread is a coalition of 1500+ volunteer CEOs and business leaders working in Washington, D.C. and around the U.S. to catalyze actions and support the government in response to COVID-19.

Suppiles Save Lives is a group of volunteers who have set up a text number to collect donations from citizens, businesses and other places that may have a surplus of N95 masks, surgical masks, isolation gowns, gloves and wipes to reduce the barriers around safely donating unused supplies. They provide a Zero Contact pick up and deliver to frontline medical providers in local areas with the most urgent needs. They are partnering with GetUsPPE and OnFleet nationally.

SupplyRails is building the supply chains to increase access to PPE for frontline workers and essential service businesses, and general protective equipment, like cloth masks, for civilians. The team vets suppliers and vendors across the supply chain lifecycle to bring high-quality, certified equipment domestically as quickly as possible.

This campaign’s focus is to function as a “gap filler” for hospitals in dire need of PPE while they wait for large orders to arrive. It purchases small batches (400-800 pieces) of both surgical and KN95 masks, and ships directly to hospitals via Fed Ex International Priority. Supplies shipped in small batches are not held up in customs and reach their destination in 5 to 6 days.

Syzygy Cities connects customers with suppliers who coordinate and vet orders of PPE products for governments and hospitals nationwide. All orders will be processed and fulfilled through the assigned supplier. Hospitals looking for PPE, can use their network with a daily production capacity of 50k-100k masks and other supplies.

The TCN Coalition is a global community of technologists united by the mission to support exposure notification apps during the COVID-19 pandemic. The TCN Coalition believes that exposure notification apps must be interoperable, trusted by the public, and privacy-preserving to quickly and safely reduce the need for lockdowns. They’re connecting and educating app developers about navigating the public health environment, assisting public health agencies in understanding how to deploy this technology safely and effectively, and supporting exposure notification apps with open source software.

The Mask Pros provides free resources for making masks including sewing patterns, DIY instructional videos, and downloadable files for 3D-printed masks. It also includes general information about surgical masks and N95 respirator masks

Thomas COVID-19 Resource Hub is a centralized resource where individuals can buy and sell PPE, access specs for PPE products, receive information on how to pivot business operations to the manufacturing of PPE, advice on how to lead a business and receive government support as a result of the pandemic, and receive up to date data on COVID-19 industrial sourcing.

Tilit is a producer of retail chef wear & custom hotel/restaurant uniforms now producing cloth masks for sale. For every mask purchased, they will donate one to a food service worker volunteering or a medical professional in need.

Tradeshift digitizes and connects everything that happens between a buyer and a seller, anywhere in the world. The company is participating in the WHO/WEF’s COVID Action Platform to help ensure global supply chains remain uninterrupted and pursue collaborations to address business and economic disruptions.

Tulip’s enterprise scale manufacturing software platform has been adapted for distribution of PPE from suppliers to caregivers on the front lines.PPE Logistics by Tulip is now being made available free to aid manufacturers of PPE, from grassroots organizations to healthcare providers, with their operations from end to end.

Tupelo is a blockchain-based platform purpose-built to support the complexities of identity management and supply chain transparency. We are building a privacy preserving credential solution & an easy-to-implement track & trace application to support the growing demand for trust and privacy in worldwide health initiatives.

Twilio uses APIs to virtualize the world’s communications infrastructure, enabling phones, VoIP, and messaging to be embedded into web, desktop, and mobile software. The company is offering financial support for organizations driving the medical response to COVID-19 and serving low-income, at-risk populations who will be severely impacted by the virus. They’re also providing crisis response support with their products.

United Source LLC is a FDA registered medical device importer based in Delaware. As the designated U.S. distributor of Chinese PPE manufacturers, they work with the manufacturers closely to ensure a steady supply chain. Products include, but are not limited to, personal protection equipment, infusion pump, ventilators, COVID-19 antibody test kit.

United States of Care is working to ensure that every single American has access to quality, affordable health care regardless of health status, social need, or income. Their experts have more than 30 years combined experience in health care policy, crisis management, and emergency response. They’re working to ensure that a comprehensive set of effective policy solutions to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are being considered at all levels of government. These solutions aim to center people over partisan politics and meet the demand for cross-sector rapid outcomes that reflect people’s needs.

US Digital Response is a volunteer-run, non-partisan effort to help federal, state, and local government with technology, data, design, operations, communications, project management, and more during the COVID-19 crisis. They provide free assistance to all government entities across the country and are connecting governments with technology, communications, and operations volunteers.

UShield.US is a grassroots effort to supply disposable face shields. A group of commercial product designers and collaborators are making face shields at high-volume in a clean environment to add an additional layer of protection over N95 or surgical masks, prolonging the life and use of the limited PPE that is available today.

Voodoo Manufacturing operates two high-volume factories with over 200 3D printers, which they have repurposed to make PPE and other parts for healthcare workers and hospitals. Protective Face Shields can be purchased directly from their site and sent to either the purchasing institution or an alternate location if they are purchased for donation.

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. and fabrics supplier Faurecia are manufacturing PPE items including tens of thousands of surgical masks and gowns.

Weft-Tex is an innovative textile product development and manufacturer. They produce a full line of PPE, Privacy Screening and accessory items for Assisted Care and Emergency Care facilities.

The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation is using its collective resources as a grassroots supply chain to source the most critical materials. It’s working with a number of government and private organizations to get everything where it is most needed, and to minimize random inquiries these groups need to vet and screen suppliers.

Xprize, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), has launched the XPRIZE Pandemic Alliance in partnership with Anthem and powered by the XPRIZE Data Collaborative, a powerful platform for collaboration, combining data, AI tools, and bleeding edge insights and ideas with a community of innovators on the fringe. By incentivizing and capturing the collective intelligence and wisdom of the global community to identify and develop solutions based on data, they will help enable and accelerate existing efforts and pave the way for new solutions to this and future pandemics.

YPO is a global leadership community of chief executives that has formed a manufacturing coalition made up of 500 manufacturers to assist with the PPE shortages across the US.