Covid-19 PPE Nationwide Appeal

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Your package

Please make sure to package your PPE securely so that it reaches us safely and ready for use:

  • We ask donors to break their items into no more than 30kg in weight.
  • Packages must be very well wrapped and suitable for postage.

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Your delivery

Items can be delivered to any of the 120 Án Post Depots around the country.

Send your items to:

PPE Materials Appeal
St James Hospital
James Street
Dublin 8
D08 NHY1

View the map below for an Án Post drop-off location near you.

Thank you Án Post

Your donation is made possible with the generous assistance of Án Post.

Corporate donations

For corporate PPE donations please make contact with Vincent Callan, Director of Health Informatics, St. James's Hospital Dublin:

Please add the hashtag #ppe-corporate in the email subject line.

Thank you

Thank you all for your assistance. Everyone in the hospital is incredibly grateful for your contribution and it is making a huge difference in this battle we are in.

See how to send items to us.

Ceppie and I would like to thank everyone who helped us in this drive for PPE so far. We are truly honoured to witness this most most incredible outpouring of kindness and love for frontline workers in James's.

From the pharmacy on Thomas street who started us on this journey. We thank you.

To Sean who helped us with the video of request, we thank you.

To the Chinese Business Community for their amazing donations, we thank you.

To every hairdresser, beautician and nail salon that has donated masks and gloves we thank you.

To the schools and Creche's who have searched out gloves from every lab, art room and nursery, we thank you.

To the vets from all around the country that have sent in gowns, we thank you.

To the dentists and chiropodists who have contributed gloves and masks, we thank you.

To the restaurants and food industry who have contributed gloves and disposable hats, we thank you.

To every private citizen who had a few masks or gloves at home and who saw our needs as greater than there own, we thank you.

To the business people who gave up the opportunity to sell their masks and gloves and instead donated them to us, we thank you.

To the motorbikes who have organised into an army to collect donations, we thank you.

Dr. Ceppie Merry and Dr. Ann Marie McLaughlin, St. James's Hospital Dublin

A long way to go

But this battle is not yet won. Please see below how individuals and small business and corporate donors can help.

There is a long way to go.