The company recently donated 1,500 N95 masks to Brecksville firefighters and paramedics. The fire department uses the N-95 masks on all calls in which patients are suspected of having COVID-19 symptoms. As a precaution, first responders use surgical masks on all other calls.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced Sherwin-Williams will donate 3,000 N95 masks to the state. “Law enforcement and first responders already work in high-risk environments and with this health crisis it is even more important for us to protect those who protect us,” said Rutledge.
Attorney General Lynn Fitch thanked Sherwin-Williams for the donation of 5,000 N95 masks to Mississippi. The masks are being distributed through First Responders of Mississippi (FROM), a non-profit organization that helps police, fire, and rescue workers and agencies get equipment and support.
The Utah Attorney General’s Office is partnering with companies – including Sherwin-Wiliams – to collect and distribute masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and other materials to rescue and law enforcement agencies, most of which are from rural communities.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford secured a donation of personal protective gear by Sherwin-Williams to first responders and healthcare workers. The donation included 5,000 N95 masks and 1,500 Nitrile gloves to Nevada to help first responders and health care workers in need.
Employees at our aerosol manufacturing site in Holland, Michigan donated much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE), including lab coats and goggles, along with 40 cases of aerosol disinfectant. The PPE will be used by Allegan County Emergency Management Team responding to COVID-19 calls and the disinfectant will be used by the Holland Police Department to clean police vehicles.
Sherwin-Williams donated 3,000 N95 masks to Cleveland EMS workers. “This essential equipment comes at a time when there is a nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment for healthcare providers and first responders,” said Mayor Frank Jackson.