Ways to Donate Locally During COVID-19
With the Safe at Home orders, you are encouraged to stay at home. It is best to stay at home and only travel for essential activities and only participate in activities that follow social distancing guidelines. There are some ways you can give back to the community and follow these guides during the COVID-19 pandemic and practice social distancing.
Donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including face masks to the Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department, 804 N Parkway, Jackson, TN 38305. They are open Monday - Friday from 8 am - 4:30 pm with extended hours on some Tuesdays. Bring equipment in at the vital records entrance.
Give blood. It is safe and has been deemed a necessity by the FEMA. If you are healthy, it is ok for you to leave your home to give blood either at LIFELINE Blood Services, 183 Sterling Farms Drive, or at one of the bloodmobile drives. They are implementing social distancing practices and taking extra precautions to ensure safety as a blood donor as well as the safety of the blood that patients will receive. LIFELINE Blood Services has the latest blood drive changes and their response to COVID-19.