Ways to Support COVID-19 Response Efforts

Gratitude Matters for Our Caregivers 

This is a critical time for caregivers and patients. Share your gratitude for our team by supporting our Coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. As a non-profit healthcare organization, our goal is to further our mission of providing the highest quality of medical care to our patients each and every day.

Gifts may be designated to MedStar Health or multiple hospitals and services to support the team’s COVID-19 Critical Needs Fund, helping to offset unanticipated expenses related to the pandemic. To choose multiple designations, select the amount and designation, then click add. You may add as many as you wish.

Gifts may be tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The non-profit tax ID number for MedStar Health is 52-2087445.

Make an Online Gift

Give by Phone or Text

Text CAREGIVER to 71777

 410-772-6747

Caring for Our Caregivers

Give by Mail, UPS, or FedEx

To make a gift by check, please make it payable to MedStar Health and send it with the entity designation and purpose to:

MedStar Health Office of Philanthropy
10980 Grantchester Way, 7th Floor
Columbia, MD 21044

 

Click here for more ways to support the COVID-19 response efforts.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 410-772-6747 or via email at [email protected]

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I commend each of you for your courage and commitment to the healthcare needs of all Americans during this. unprecedented pandemic crisis. Stay strong, stay healthy, and take the time to also take care of yourselves!👏♥️

Michelle G.

Thank you for all you do. Stay safe and remember to take care of yourself.

Richard D.

Our family appreciates the dedication and caring of all our health care workers and any one that provides support to them like the janitorial staff. May our Lord continue to bless each of you and your families. Our prayers are that you will all remain safe and stay healthy. We are grateful for your sacrifices.

Madalen K.

I do appreciate all doctors and nurses who provide superb service to the patients. You are awesome. May the Lord bless you as you serve the community without hesitation. Thank you again.

Colette S.

To all the brave and courageous co-workers from MSFSMC’s Ambulatory Surgery Center, Thank you! Please stay safe.

Susan C.P.

The phrase "thank you" are not words enough to show our heartfelt appreciation for your selfless commitment to caring for others during this horrible illness. May God bless all of you for all you've done and all you continue to do. Our prayers are with you and your families that you remain well - physically, mentally, and emotionally, and continue to stay strong. Sending our love and prayers.

Louise H.

I thank God for all doctors, nurses, first responders and caregivers of all kinds who work the front lines for us. I pray God will build a shield of protection around each of you and your families at all times. Thanks so very much, You’re forever in my Prayers

Eairla H.

Thank you all for what you do, indeed you are all Angels. Please be safe

Delores J.

God bless you! May you remain strong,committed and most of all --safe know that You have unending gratitude ,support and love.

Esther O.

Thank you for your sharp minds and kind hearts!

Samantha B.

Thank you for all you do and for being there for us. You are the best of the best and truly are our heroes!

Martin S.

Our gratitude and appreciation for all that you are doing to ensure the safety of your patients. True heroes! Thank you for all you give!

Cheryl & Jay M.

Thanks everybody for being there on the front line and doing a great job wish you guys the best Thanks so much

James E.

Thanks to those incredible ICU caregiver's! They are directly exposed to this virus day after day and witness the worst of what can happen. Working the ICU is already extremely demanding both physically and mentally without the corona virus. I pray for the strength in both mental and physical realms to get you through these rough times.

Michael P.

My supervisor, Maureen Cutting has helped me along the way as I had to take some time off from my current position. She has always been there and has made decisions for our team that she knew would benefit the team as well as individuals. As a leader, Maureen has compassion, empathy, as well as a mindset that operates the department as a well oiled machine. She is on the front line despite her position in management which I believe keeps her humble with regards to what her staff sees and deals with on a daily basis. I want to commend Maureen Cutting as well as the entire PA staff in the Department of Surgery at MUMH and MGSH for all the work done and for the flexibility they have shown during this time. Thank you.

Christine W.