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.
New Orleans received a donation of 1,000 N95 masks from Sherwin-Williams. Supplies are being processed by New Orleans Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness and will be distributed to a combination of healthcare and frontline workers.
Our teams in Utah and Nevada have been sharing messages of hope, working closely with customers who are making a difference and donating to those in need. Read more
Sherwin-Williams Automotive Branch in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada donated coveralls to Lake Ridge Hospital in Oshawa, Ontario.
The Sherwin-Williams Norfolk, VA district was honored to donate N95 masks, gloves, disinfectant spray and other PPE items to several local fire departments and hospitals.
We salute the actions of our store employees across Indiana, who came together to donate paint and essential PPE to healthcare heroes on the frontline. It’s an honor to donate an additional 1,500 gloves and 5,000 N95 masks to Indiana, and we thank the National Guard for distributing these to hospitals across the state. Read more
A Sherwin-Williams Sales Representative in Redding donated 100 N95 masks and alcohol swabs, collected by her team, to Mercy Foundation North, which supports multiple healthcare facilities throughout the area.
Taking care of our neighbors has always been important to Sherwin-Williams. In this unprecedented environment, we have looked for multiple ways to help those around us. Read more
The McHenry, Illinois Sherwin-Williams Team from the Chicago Metro District donated masks, coveralls, gloves, and more to support their local first responders during these unprecedented times.
The Phoenix, Arizona Sherwin-Williams team came together to donate much needed PPE to a local hospital – St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. They donated hundreds of items, including gloves, coveralls, shoe covers, and N95 masks to those working on the front lines.
The NY Capital District came together to help 8 hospitals in the area. It was a team effort to collect and distribute the masks, Tyvek suits, gloves and shoe covers to the heroes of the Upstate New York region.
The Tulsa, Oklahoma team connected with the city’s police department to donate available masks and respirators.
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.
At the end of March, the Cleveland Clinic launched the COVID-19 Community Response Campaign after community members asked what they could do to help those on the front line. Companies have donated, including a donation of 50,000 gloves and 10,000 N95 masks from Sherwin-Williams.
The Sherwin-Williams Milwaukee team has been organizing mask donations throughout the district to local hospitals. Most recently, the team donated to ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial.
Today 6,500 N95 masks were donated to the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, responsible for preparedness, response, mitigation and recovery from disasters.
Two Sales Representatives traveled the district collecting N95 masks, gloves, and Tyvek suits for donation to the area’s healthcare facilities. 14 stores collected almost 600 masks, 400 pairs of gloves, and around 60 pairs of coveralls.
Sherwin-Williams Valencia, California store donated 1,000 N95 masks to Los Angeles Children’s Hospital.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced on Friday that Sherwin-Williams is donating 1,500 gloves and 5,000 N95 masks to Indiana as the state continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sherwin-Williams has long supported University Hospitals (UH) and the community. This week, 10,000 new and unused N95 masks from Sherwin-Williams will provide critical PPE for UH’s front line caregivers. “Our thanks for their support during this global health crisis.“
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro partnered with Sherwin-Williams on Friday to donate 7,500 N95 masks and 2,500 pairs of hygienic rubber gloves to two hospitals, Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and Lankenau Medical Center in Montgomery County.
After learning of local hospitals running short of much-needed safety supplies, the Sherwin-Williams stores of Northwest Indiana, which include Merrillville, Dyer, Crown Point, Portage, Hammond, Valparaiso, and Valparaiso North, pooled together N95 masks, Tyvek suits, goggles, safety glasses, nitrile gloves and shoe covers in an effort to support those on the front line during this crisis.
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.
This week the San Diego District came together to show support to Scripps Health with a collective personal protective equipment donation of more than 450 N95 masks, 900 pairs of gloves, 150 shoe covers, and 150 Tyvek coveralls.
Sherwin-Williams store in Rutland, Vermont was able to donate more than 200 disposable gloves, nearly 50 coveralls, 60 N95 masks, and a handful of shoe covers to the Rutland Regional Medical Center.
This week the team at Sherwin-Williams Mount Royal donated all their N95 masks to the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Quebec.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced during a press conference on Monday that Sherwin-Williams made a donation of medical supplies and equipment to the state. The donation consisted of 2,500 N95 masks and 1,000 gloves.
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.
Following a donation of masks to Long Island Jewish Forest Hills Hospital, the same store donated more than 700 masks to Elmhurst Hospital.
Employees within the Tulsa, Oklahoma District donated masks to the Tulsa Fire Department to ensure the firefighters in their community had the proper protection needed to continue saving lives.
The California Bay District teams have been able to gather more than 3,700 N95 masks and gloves to donate to local hospitals, including 1,400 masks to John Muir Medical Center in Contra Costa County, 1000 masks and 1000 gloves to Stanford Health Care in San Mateo County, and 1,289 Masks to UCSF in San Francisco County.