Last Updated 04-12-2020

In the face of uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we know this to be true: Together, we will stand strong in continuing to provide critical healthcare to our community. We are focused on sustaining day-to-day patient care and protecting our EVMS and larger Hampton Roads communities amid the current healthcare crisis.

To assist our partners on the front-lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, EVMS/EVMS Medical Group is collecting in-kind donations of supplies and equipment. Donations will be distributed to our Eastern Virginia Medical Campus partners: Sentara Norfolk General Hospital and the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters.

Your help in securing additional donations is appreciated. For the safety of our campus and medical group partners, the COVID-19 leadership team has established the following process for accepting donations.

Needed Supplies & Equipment:

  • Unopened containers of hand sanitizer
  • Unopened containers of bleach wipes
  • Unopened boxes of procedure masks
  • Unopened boxes of N95 masks
  • Unopened boxes of exam gloves
  • Unopened boxes of isolation or procedure gowns
  • Camera peripherals: Logitech Pro Webcam C920 or Logitech Pro Webcam C930e for PC or Mac
  • Audio peripherals: PC Webcam microphone or internal audio for Mac
  • Cloth masks for nonclinical faculty/staff and students

To Donate Supplies & Equipment
Donations are being collected by:
EVMS Materials Management
714 Woodis Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23510

Donations are accepted Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and noon or 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Donations of goods must be received with a donation form in order to be acknowledged as tax deductible. Attached is the donation form, which is also available at EVMS Materials Management or online at Donors are encouraged to complete the form and bring a copy when dropping off supplies and donations to ensure that incoming donations are tracked and that donors can be thanked appropriately.
For our on-campus partners, if you have received donations thus far, please send contact and donation information to Laurie Harrison at
For questions contact:
Laurie Harrison, Director of Community Engagement

EVMS Foundation has established the COVID-19 Fund to support the unanticipated expenses as the institution responds to our community’s rapidly emerging needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Your generous support will make an immediate impact.
To support the EVMS COVID-19 Fund with a credit card gift, please visit: 

Thank you for your support during this unprecedented health crisis.