Donations Connector making a difference 

Pictured: Director General Alex Fan of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office brought 10,500 surgical masks from the Taiwanese government to King County Emergency Management recently. The masks will be distributed to long-term care facilities, EMS and others on the front lines working against COVID-19.

The King County Donations Connector is making a big difference in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic! As of June 19, King County had received: 

  • More than 47,000 N95 respirators 
  • More than 2,000 KN95 respirators 
  • More than 144,000 surgical masks 
  • About 105,000 gloves 
  • More than 1,800 gallons of hand sanitizer 
  • More than 37,000 face shields 
  • Nearly 2,400 gowns 
  • 200 thermometers 
  • More than 5,300 “ear savers” 

You can still help or get help in the COVID-19 response through the King County Donations Connector! Check the Donations Connector for an updated list of current needs. If you are with an organization in need, you can also get help! Donations are distributed to first responders, health care providers and others fighting against COVID-19.