Donations: What Can I Do to Help?

BJC HealthCare is grateful to the entire community for rallying around our health care workers as we face significant challenges that will continue in the coming weeks. The generosity is felt by each and every one of BJC’s team members. Our teams will continue to be on the front lines, providing hope and exceptional care to our patients and communities through this global pandemic.

Supply Donations

Information about donating supplies to BJC or to one of our hospitals is outlined below. We will update this information regularly.

Please see CDC guidelines for homemade facemasks.

Products that are high-priority needs:

  • Homemade masks
  • FDA-approved surgical masks and respirators
  • 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)

Please note: At this time, we are not accepting opened packages of items.

Business-to-business commercial and large deliveries

(These donations are shared between BJC And SSM Health.)

Please note: at this time, we are not accepting opened packages of items.

Please email [email protected] to arrange and confirm your delivery.

  • These donations should be delivered 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday, to:

  • BJC Fenton Warehouse
  • 2052 Fenton Logistics Park
  • Fenton, MO 63026
  • Contact Tim Miller, warehouse supervisor, at [email protected] or 314.761.7459, if you have questions.

St. Louis Metropolitan area – donations from individuals or companies with small deliveries

(These donations are shared between BJC And SSM Health.)

  • Items such as personal supplies or homemade face masks will be accepted 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday:

  • City of Creve Coeur Police Department
  • 350 N. New Ballas
  • Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Donations to BJC HealthCare Hospitals

Alton Memorial Hospital

Donations are accepted at the Duncan Wing, entrance A, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University Medical Campus

Washington University School of Medicine is coordinating with Barnes-Jewish Hospital on a collection site at the medical campus. Businesses and individuals can donate by filling out this form and indicating the date and time you would like to drop off the items.

  • Donations will be accepted from 8 a.m.-noon, Monday-Friday at:

  • Clayton Avenue Building
  • 4353 Clayton Avenue
  • St. Louis, Missouri 63110

Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospitals (St. Charles County)

If you live near one of our hospitals in St. Charles County and would like to donate, please call 636.916.9650. If no one answers, you may leave a message, and someone will return your call to arrange for drop off or pick up of your donation.

Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital

If you would like to make a donation of supplies to Barnes-Jewish West County, call 314.203.4233.

Boone Hospital Center

Boone Hospital Center donations are being taken at its South Loading Dock on the south side of the hospital building (facing Anthony Street) between 8:30-10 a.m. daily. If you need to arrange a delivery at another time, email [email protected].

Christian Hospital

Donations are being accepted at Handyman True Value Hardware in Florissant.

  • Handyman True Value
  • 2635 N Hwy 67 (across the street from Dairy Queen)
  • Florissant, MO 63033
  • 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

Memorial Hospital Belleville and Memorial Hospital East, (St. Clair County Locations)

Memorial Hospital Belleville and Memorial Hospital East in Shiloh are accepting donations 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday at the hospital main entrances. Call 618.767.2294

Donations also can be made through St. Clair County Health Department operations center. Call 618.825.2682 to arrange for a donation.

Missouri Baptist Medical Center

Missouri Baptist Medical Center is accepting donations of homemade masks. Please call 314.996.4357 for information.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital

Residents and businesses in the Missouri Baptist Sullivan area may contact Natalie Counts at [email protected] or 573.468.5619 to make donation arrangements.

Parkland Health Center

Parkland Health Center is taking donations at the receiving area. Signs on campus will direct you to the receiving area. Hours are 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday.

Siteman Cancer Center

Siteman would like to provide homemade masks to each person entering its facilities to protect our patients and staff. If you’d like to donate masks to one of our locations, please call the Siteman facility at the number listed below.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital

If you’d like to make a donation through St. Louis Children’s Hospital, send an email to [email protected]. Someone will contact you regarding your donation.

FOOD Donations

Information about donating food and other care packages to one of our hospitals is outlined below. We are working with delivery services and restaurants to ensure that standards for infection prevention are followed. Please contact the hospital below and we will determine the safest way to receive your donation.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital - email [email protected]

Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospitals (St. Charles County) - call 636.916.9000 for Barnes-Jewish St. Peters or 636.344.1000 for Progress West

Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital - call 314.203.4233

Boone Hospital Center - email [email protected]

Christian Hospital - call 314.653.5162

Memorial Hospital Belleville, Memorial Hospital East, St. Clair County Locations - call 618.767.2294

Missouri Baptist Medical Center - call 314.996.5132

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital - call 573.468.5619

Parkland Health Center - call 573.747.7699

St. Louis Children’s Hospital* - call 314.454.4575

*Please note St. Louis Children’s Hospital can only accept individually packaged foods and meals that do not need to be kept hot or cold.

Financial Donations

During this unprecedented time, BJC HealthCare’s charitable foundations are focused on addressing the unique and urgent needs of our communities and caregivers. Donations support our patients and their families, cutting-edge research, and our caregivers in a variety of ways. Read on to learn how you can support the efforts of our foundations.

The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital

BJC HealthCare is moving swiftly to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and your gift helps ensure a rapid and meaningful response. Right now, our physician-scientists at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine are collaborating to create solutions to combat COVID-19.

With your help, we can do such things as: identify better testing methods; provide enhanced patient care and caregiver protection; and accelerate research to create a vaccine to protect against this novel virus.

In the coming weeks and months, our medical leaders will continue to address the pressing health needs of our shared communities. Your investment ensures rapid response to the most urgent health care needs and priorities and makes it possible for the Foundation to provide relief in crisis situations.

Learn how to support our efforts.

Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospitals

The Foundation created the COVID-19 Fund for those in the community looking to provide support to BJSPH and PWH staff during this time. This fund will be used to support efforts to keep morale high and provide hotel stays when needed.

Learn how to support our efforts.

Christian Hospital

The Christian Hospital Foundation is focused on supporting essential health care workers, patients, and families experiencing hardships as a result of this public health crisis, while also helping to provide much-needed equipment, supplies and facilities. Donations will support:

  • Employee Help Fund
  • Medication Indigent Fund
  • Community Benefit Programs
  • President’s Fund for Emerging Needs

Learn how to support our efforts.

Memorial Hospital Belleville and Memorial Hospital East

As we navigate these times and work to support our nurses, doctors and all health care workers, Memorial Foundation is accepting gifts that will support our heroes, as well as our patients and the community.

  • Indigent Care Fund – for patients who need financial assistance covering hospital expenses
  • Emergency Preparedness Fund –underwrites cost of equipment, supplies, materials, specialized education, labor or needs that may arise during a disaster situation.

Learn how to support our efforts.

Missouri Baptist Medical Center

As we navigate this time and strive to best support our nurses, physicians and all our health care workers, the Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation is accepting gifts for four different funds that directly support our team members and patients:

  • Emergency Preparedness Fund –underwrites the cost of emergency equipment, supplies, materials, specialized education, labor or any need that may arise during a disaster situation
  • Nursing Education – allows us to support our true heroes – MoBap nurses
  • Zuhlke Endowment for Patient Assistance Fund – for patients in need, financial assistance with Medical Center expenses, medical equipment not covered by insurance and 30 day discharge medications
  • Helping Hands Employee Assistance Fund – administered through MoBap chaplains to employees in need of extra emotional and financial support.

Learn how to support our efforts.

Parkland Foundation

As we navigate this time and strive to best support our nurses, physicians and all our health care workers, the Foundation is accepting gifts that directly support our hospital’s needs.

Please consider supporting Parkland Health Center as we continue to provide excellent service to all our patients as well as support those on the front lines of service.

Learn how to support our efforts.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital

Throughout our community, we are coping with this global crisis in different ways. Everyone is facing their own unique challenges, but for St. Louis Children's Hospital, our mission never wavers: to do what's right for kids.

For families with children at the hospital, the burdens and worries are greater than ever. With that in mind, and in preparation for what the future holds, we have established the Children's Response Fund to provide emergency assistance to our patient families and to support St. Louis Children's physicians, clinical staff and team members with the resources required to continue delivering exceptional pediatric care.

Your thoughtful gift made right away will allow us to remain flexible – ensuring that we can meet expanding patient capacity needs, support cutting-edge disease research and respond to the unique hardships our families are facing during this unprecedented time.

Learn how to support our efforts.