Bradley Donates Supplies to Help Fight COVID-19

April 3, 2020

Bradley University is stepping up to help those on the front lines fighting COVID-19. Friday afternoon, Bradley filled a van with thousands of PPEs and donated those supplies to a local hospital. The donation included more than 2,500 masks, dozens of boxes of medical gowns and several hundred boxes of gloves.

These supplies were gathered with the help of Bradley's Engineering, Psychology, and Chemistry/Biochemistry Departments as well as the Student Affairs Office, Aramark (Dining Services), and Facilities. An OSF employee working at the donation site said Bradley's donation is the largest local donation to date during this pandemic.

"Bradley is a community partner and we are happy to do our part to help. We must all work together to get through this extraordinary time," said Bradley University Spokesperson Renee Charles.

You can also help the health care workers on the front line.

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