How to Donate Personal Protective Equipment & Cleaning Products

Many Sammamish residents and businesses have offered to support the medical professionals on the front line of the COVID-19 response through donations.

The State of Washington is seeking to fill shortages of specific personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection-control products.

The Department of Enterprise Services (DES) is working to purchase and also to arrange bulk donations of specific PPE and infection-control products identified by the Department of Health. DES is also working with Impact Washington to partner with manufacturing companies.

DES is seeking:

  • Disposable gowns
  • Coveralls
  • N95 masks
  • Surgical Procedure Masks
  • Face shields
  • Gloves
  • Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR)
  • PAPR hoods
  • PAPR filters
  • Comfort Strips (Max Ari 2000-201)
  • Li-Ion Battery
  • Small (Max Ari 200-36T)
  • Impermeable Barriers
  • Sanitizing/Disinfectant Wipes
  • Hand Sanitizer Bottles
  • Hand Sanitizer Refills
  • Cleaning Solution Spray
  • Digital thermometers (forehead)
  • Disposable Thermometers
  • Disposable Stethoscopes


The state is focusing on bulk donations to fill the highest needs first. To arrange bulk donations of specified items please fill out this form and send it to

To donate small quantities of items, or other items, contact your local emergency management agency.


If you have any of the specified products in stock, please fill out this form and return it to the Department of Enterprise Services at


The state is partnering with Impact Washington to work with companies willing to shift gears and re-purpose their manufacturing operations. Companies should contact Impact Washington Center Director Deloit Wolfe,, 425-681-6798.

Other offers and inquiries

Inquiries regarding other items, including the following, should be directed to

  • Offers of PPE that are not on the list specified above
  • Offers for other equipment or technology
  • Ideas for involving community organizations in gathering or making items
  • Ideas from non-manufacturers on how to produce additional items

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