Mercy Health Foundation-Cincinnati President Jon Labbe said the gift to Mercy hospitals is “the direct result of the generosity of our donors.”
“Everyone in our region is facing this pandemic and responding in very personal ways. In such an uncertain time, one certainty is the giving spirit of our community,” Labbe said. “I’m so thankful that we can apply the gifts we’ve received to such important needs.”
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Mercy Health Foundation has established a Relief Fund to support needs of the ministry. Donors can direct their gift to assist their local Mercy Health hospital and health care workers in their area. For questions or to make a gift by phone, call 800-999-2744 or visit foundation.mercy.com/covid-19.
Mercy Health-Cincinnati is part of Bon Secours Mercy Health, one of the 20 largest health systems in the United States and the fifth-largest Catholic health system in the country. It continues to receive offers from organizations and community members seeking to donate supplies in response to the COVID-19 supply shortages facing health care systems across the country.
Community members who have supplies they want donate or are aware of people in the community looking for places to donate may email APRush@bshsi.org using the subject line “DONATION” or call 888-383-8000 for information on how to donate.
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