• Staying Healthier Together

    For more than 118 years our community has been invaluable to our ability to continue to provide the best in health care to all who need it. We will not let these uncertain times change this. 

    We are deeply grateful that you want to make a difference for our patients, their families, and our dedicated caregivers and support teams. Thank you for supporting our mission to enhance the health of the people we serve.

  • Community Response Fund

  • For us to be flexible in meeting the many needs during this unprecedented time, we ask that you consider a donation to our Community Response Fund. Thank you for caring about our front-line health care professionals and patients during the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Every dollar truly makes a difference. The needs are many, and your thoughtful gift supports areas meaningful to you, including providing funding for:

    • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) such as N-95 masks, Avagard sanitizer, isolation gowns and protective hardware
    • Up-to-the-minute training, so our caregivers can learn the rapidly evolving knowledge on how to safely and successfully care for and heal infectious disease patients
    • Food and nourishment to keep our care teams focused and alert
    • Counseling for staff who are experiencing extreme stress and trauma
    • IPads and Bluetooth communication tools to allow patients and staff to keep in touch with loved ones while visitor restrictions are in place
    • Financial assistance for patients who can no longer afford health insurance due to job loss
  • Donate To Community Response Fund
  • Donation of Supplies

  • We are gratefully accepting the following supplies:

    Personal protective equipment (PPE). If you or your company have a supply of masks or any of the other essential medical supplies listed below, please donate them to help protect our healthcare workers.

    • N-95 masks, all sizes
    • Isolation gowns
    • Avagard or a product with greater than 60 percent alcohol content
    • Face shields with masks
    • Yellow procedure masks
    • Protective eyewear
    • Oxivir wipes
  • Homemade masks. Many members of our community have reached out and asked if they can help us by making masks. Yes, we can use CDC-compliant masks for those in health care spaces who are not taking care of patients yet need extra protection, as well as for our patients. This will allow the professional protective gear to be used exclusively for health care professionals who are at higher risk of exposure.

    Learn How To Make a Facemask


    These items should be delivered curbside to AAMC’s Belcher Pavilion Circle, located at 2000 Medical Parkway, Annapolis, MD, 21401. Hours for donation drop off are Wednesday and Friday from 10 am to noon. A member of the AAMC team will gratefully accept your donation.

    We appreciate the many who have asked about donating food, toiletries, gift cards and other items. At this time, we are not accepting these items from the general public. For now, we are only accepting food donations from distributors or commercial licensed kitchens. If you are a food distributor or licensed kitchen willing to donate, please email us.

    We want to keep our limited resources focused on the gathering of PPE supplies for our health care workers and homemade masks for those not in direct patient care, as well as encouraging people to donate blood. These are critical to the health of our staff and patients. We will keep you informed if things change.

  • Give the Gift of Blood

  • We encourage healthy individuals to schedule an appointment to help meet the blood supply need in our community. Call 443-481-4215 to schedule a time to donate. The Blood Donor Center is located inside AAMC’s Wayson Pavilion, Suite 450. Donation times are Monday through Wednesday from 8:15 am to 3:45 pm and Thursday and Friday from 7:15 am to 2:45 pm.

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  • Thank you for supporting our incredible heroes on the frontlines as we work together to care for our community during this unprecedented time. 

    You have a critical role as we Stay Healthier Together.