While these last few months have presented some of the greatest challenges to us all, we have also witnessed some incredible acts of kindness and love. Thanks to the generosity of our customers and suppliers, we have been able donate thousands of Blister Blockers over the last six weeks to frontline healthcare professionals to help combat the painful ‘face-chafing’ they have endured from wearing masks constantly.
These healthcare heroes have been courageously battling the pandemic on a daily basis, making tremendous sacrifices to save lives and keep us all safe. When we reached out to our customers to ask if they would join in our efforts to support them, we were met with a resounding ‘YES’!
Because of this generosity, we have been able to donate to hospitals all around the country and provide relief to thousands of doctors, nurses, and medical professionals.
Seeing the courage and bravery of our healthcare professionals alongside the kindness and generosity of our customers has provided a strong sense of love and hope to us all.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Hospitals Reached with Donations:
NYU Langone Medical Center
UC Irvine Health
NYC Lutheran Hospital
Saint Barnabas Medical Center
New York Presbyterian Queens
Lankenau Medical Center
Mount Sinai Beth IsraelMount Sinai Hospital
University of Maryland Shore Medical Center
Covenant Health Hospital
VA Palo Alto
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Northwell Health Northshore University Hospital
New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital
Southcoast Charlton Memorial Hospital
Oakbend Medical Center
Whitt Hospital Medical Center
Mass General Hospital
Thank you so much for validating my purchase. It warms my heart that I was part of this “giving” process. My son is a frontline PT in St John’s Hospital and has been suffering the past few months with sores from his PPE masks. Two of my other sons are First Responders. Thank you for your generosity in your efforts during this time.
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