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Support Presbyterian’s COVID-19 Response

Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation is heartened by the multitude of inquiries from our providers and staff, and our community asking what they can do to support Presbyterian’s COVID-19 response. After careful consideration and collaboration with leadership, the Foundation is pleased to highlight the priorities below to support the extraordinary work through this effort.

Make a Charitable Contribution

Our new COVID-19 Response Fund will support the special needs of our care teams, and patients and families affected by COVID-19.

Donate online or call (505) 724-7003 to make a donation.

Provide Meals For Our Front-Line Teams

Learn how your organization can provide meals, snacks or refreshments for our care teams.

Meal Donation

Donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Presbyterian welcomes contributions of unused, professional-grade PPE including masks, gloves and gowns.

The following products are identified as high priority needs:

  • FDA-approved surgical masks and respirators
  • N95 masks — visit CDC website for approved masks
  • Thermometers — infrared and forehead with disposable covers
  • Footwear covers
  • Disposable isolation gowns
  • Tyvek contamination suits
  • Face shields or industrial grinding shields with head harness and plastic shield
  • Goggles or eye protection
  • Hand sanitizer bottles or bulk
  • Sanitizing wipes
  • Nasopharyngeal swabs (nasal type, not Q-Tip-type cotton swabs)
  • Handmade masks are now being accepted for visitor use

Delivery Location:

301 Cedar St SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
Parking lot of Presbyterian Outpatient Gastroenterology Lab, look for the Presbyterian van

Delivery Times:

Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 4:00pm

For questions, please call (505) 923-8950 or email

Donate a BiPAP Machine

If you have an unused, or rarely used, BiPAP machine that you would like to donate, learn more about our BiPAP Machine Donation Program.

BiPAP Machine Donation