How Corporations are Supporting Nurses During the COVID 19 Pandemic

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How Corporations are Supporting Nurses During the COVID 19 Pandemic

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First responders, nurses, and other healthcare workers have endured a lot while saving lives during the COVID 19 pandemic. To help with supporting nurses and other frontline workers, companies around the US have been doing their part to get medical staff the food and resources they need to get through this crisis. Corporations from retailers to hotel chains have been either donating their goods and services or offering discounts to essential medical workers. Here are just a few of the many companies offering these services to nurses.

Providing Resources

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Resources have been running low in many areas during this time of crisis. Companies like Mask Match and Print for the Cure have been supporting nurses by donating crucial masks and PPE to those on the front lines. Supplies like these are necessary for nurses to work safely. Similarly, Crocs, Headspace, and Care.com have been offering their memberships and products to help nurses as well. There are also many stores that have discounts for nursing students. 

Mask Match: The organization Mask Match has been providing masks to nurses and healthcare workers without the proper gear. All you need to do is complete the I Need Masks form to get yours. 

Print for the Cure: Similar to Mask Match, Print for the Cure helps medical staff get necessary PPE. You can enter a request here. 

Crocs: Crocs has been giving away 10,000 pairs of shoes to nurses daily. To get yours all you need to do is get in line at 12pm ET on the Crocs website

Care.com: Care.com is offering a month of free premium care through their services. This includes care providers for children, the elderly, and pets. 

Headspace: Headspace is a meditation app that promotes improving mental health. To make an effort to help nurses during this difficult time, headspace is offering access to their membership. 

Glowforge: Glowforge is a 3D printer company. They have been donating their product Ear Savers to healthcare workers that need to wear a mask. These Ear Savers have been designed to reduce pressure on the ears while wearing masks for extended periods of time. 

Curie: Curie is currently offering 20% off of their hand sanitizer to all essential workers. This includes healthcare workers, first responders, grocery clerks, etc.

Providing Food and Drinks 

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Numerous restaurants, food delivery apps, and coffee shops have been supporting nurses by donating their products or providing discounts for their services. Here are just a few of the many promotions available to nurses and other healthcare workers. 

Starbucks: Starbucks is providing a free tall coffee (hot or iced) to those on the frontlines until May 31st. Make sure that your nearest Starbucks is open though. 

Pizza vs. Pandemic: Pizza vs. Pandemic has been providing pizzas for the medical staff at healthcare centers. All you need to do to have your medical center considered for donation is fill out a form on their website

Little Caesars Pizza: Little Caesars promises to donate one million pizzas to healthcare workers and first responders. Customers are even able to donate pizzas to their local medical centers through the Little Caesar app. 

DoorDash: DoorDash has been offering free 60 day corporate DashPass to all medical staff. They have also initiated free and reduced delivery costs. To see these promotions just download their app!

Thorntons: Thorntons gas stations have been handing out free 16oz coffees and 20oz fountain drinks to medical workers and first responders.

Panda Express: Panda express is offering a 10% discount to healthcare workers until the end of 2020. All you need to do is show your hospital badge!

Long John Silvers: “Wellness Wednesdays” is a new promotion launched by Long John Silvers where they promote a 20% discount to healthcare workers. 

Providing Travel and Housing 

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Finding transportation while volunteering in a new place can be stressful. During this time, transportation providers have been supporting nurses by offering free or discounted flights or rides to medical staff and volunteers. In addition, hotels and room booking sites have also been having promotional donations and discounts. 

Hilton Hotels: Hilton is providing 1 million free rooms to essential medical workers. This way they will have a safe place to quarantine themselves from their friends and families or stay while volunteering. This offer is available until May 31. 

Uber: Uber has been giving free rides to medical staff for transportation to both healthcare centers and house calls. They have also been providing free rides to patients with Uber Health. All you need to do to check this out is download their mobile app. 

Delta Airlines: Delta Airlines have been flying volunteers to and from their medical centers. The eligible locations are specific and vary, however. You can check the Delta Airlines website to see what destinations are included. 

JetBlue: JetBlue has been flying medical workers and needed resources to areas in need. For more information, you can visit the JetBlue website.

Greyhound: Greyhound is offering up to 2 free one way tickets to healthcare volunteers. This ends May 31. 

Lyft: Healthcare workers can get a free 30 minute Lyft Scooter ride. This is only available in Austin, Denver, LA, San Diego, Santa Monica, and the metro DC area. 

AAA: The roadside assistance company, AAA, is offering free breakdown, battery issue, and flat tire assistance for essential medical staff.


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