Help support our healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight with a care package and personalized thank-you note.
Every purchase goes 100% our frontline healthcare workers. As one of the Doctors in NYC said to us via text message: "It seems silly, but gifts get us through our shifts. It's pretty bleak inside, but the little things keep us afloat. :)"
How Does It Work?
It's simple: our team of experts creates a care package similar to the ones above (the three pictures are samples of small, medium, and large). All you need to do is write a thank-you card. We'll include your card in with the care package to give our Heroes fighting this fight a little inspiration to carry on. We'll take care of fulfillment and shipping, and make sure it gets to the hospitals that need it the most. But we need you for the most important part: heartfelt thanks.
How Do You Pick Where it Goes?
We are sending it to where it can do the most good. Right now, it's New York City, the epicenter of the crisis. But soon, we anticipate sending it to other "hot spots" like Detroit and New Orleans.
Why are you doing this?
Every one of us has a role to play in this fight. We began by buying PPE overseas. Once more-established players began to fill that void, we stepped aside to let them work. Now we're we're leveraging our skills to help the fight in whatever way we can. Like may of you, we wish that we could help on the front lines ourselves... but social distancing is the best way to help. We realized other people felt the same way and decided to use our infrastructure to build a way to help with a personal touch. We all have a role to play in this fight.
How can I help?
Donate a care package! You can also send one to someone specific here. And if you know someone who would accept care packages for hospitals, sign them up here.
Hero Care Packages is foregoing all profits through May 1 and subsidizing each Healthcare Care Package. And until May 1, every military care package purchased on our site will result in a care package donated to one of our front-line medical workers. We all need to make sacrifices in these trying times, and we're here to help our fellow Americans.