& Other Underprivileged Communities Affected by COVIDD-19
A Portion of the $30,000 Medical Supplies Donated
Source: The New York Times, John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, 03/23/2020
The ECC is deeply concerned about marginalized people affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, one of the greatest public health challenges faced by humanity in the 21st century.
The Coalition strives to serve low-income, uninsured, underinsured, and minority families in the epicenters of this outbreak from across the world, who have been largely neglected. The Coalition fundraises and donates urgently needed urgently need disease protective gear, such as personal protective equipment (PPE), to marginalized communities in the US, Italy, Japan, and China.
Source: "How Doctors Stay Safe from Coronavirus" by Wall Street Journal
Huangshi Central Hospital, Hubei Province
No.2 Hospital of Macheng, Hubei Province
Suizhou Central Hospital, Hubei Province
Hospital of Wuhan Red Cross Society, Hubei Province
Italian Red Cross Society
Japanese Red Cross Society
Fundraised over $30,000 (¥41,796.5)and purchased over 2,300 N95 respirators and other medical necessities to assist hospitals in the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak. These supplies include coveralls, face shields, gloves that are vital for medical workers on the first-line.
The ECC strives to assist the disease control efforts by tens of thousands of medical working on the frontline against this virus for the wellbeing of not just China but the entire world.
The East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC) would like to voice our deepest gratitude and respect for the doctors and nurses.