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Supply Donation Center

In response to the generosity of our community, the UMass Memorial Supply Donation Center opened on the Hahnemann Campus of our Medical Center to provide an efficient hub for collection and distribution of donated critical supplies.

Needed Supplies (updated March 28)

  • Masks (both surgical and N95 masks)
  • Protective medical gowns and other protective clothing
  • Eye protection (both face/splash shields and lenses/safety goggles)
  • Medical grade disinfecting wipes

This list of needed supplies will be updated often. Check back often for the latest needed items.

No Homemade Masks: We have received many generous offers from our community to donate homemade masks to our caregivers. At this point in time, we are not able to accept homemade masks. We thank everyone who has so generously offered.

How to Donate
Those with donations should first contact the Supply Donation Center at 508-334-4364 or email

Drop-off Locations and Hours
After contacting the Supply Donation Center by phone or email, donations can be brought to:

  • Worcester:
    • The Supply Donation Center is located on the Hahnemann Campus of UMass Memorial Medical Center at 281 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA.
    • Donators are asked to drop off donations at the loading dock entrance of the Hahnemann Campus off of Duxbury Road.
    • Please ring the bell to the left of the garage door and staff will come out to assist.
  • Marlborough:
    • Marlborough Hospital,157 Union Street, Marlborough, MA 01752
      Leave items at the front door entrance.
  • Leominster:
    • HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, 60 Hospital Road, Leominster, MA 01453
    • Leave items a loading dock.
  • Clinton:
    • HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, 201 Highland Street, Clinton, MA 01510
    • Leave items at the loading dock


  • Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
  • Saturday, 9 am - 4:30 pm 
  • Closed Sunday

How to Contact the Supply Donation Center

Telephone: 508-334-4364

Please note: Latex Balloons No Longer Allowed at Medical Center

Due to allergic reactions to latex and the possible choking hazard for our pediatric patients, these balloons are no longer allowed. Mylar balloons are acceptable to bring into the hospital.