We're grateful for the many offers of support we've received from the community. If you'd like to contribute to the COVID-19 response, there are many ways to get involved. From wearing a face covering and donating needed equipment and supplies to making a charitable financial donation, your actions and generosity will help. Thank you!
Charitable donations to the St. Luke’s COVID-19 Response Fund support caregivers working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also help us obtain resources critical to patient care during this unprecedented outbreak.
While our current fundraising efforts focus on COVID-19 measures, we are mindful that care for patients with chronic illnesses or injuries does not stop during a pandemic. In unprecedented times like these we are also grateful for your consideration of other critical areas of need.
Every gift makes a difference, no matter the size. We thank you in advance for your generosity!
Our local United Way organizations, working with many partners, have created a new donation marketplace to help connect community and business donors of equipment and needed supplies to health and human service providers across our region. Donated items will be distributed to support local areas of greatest need.
Items in short supply have been identified, including but not limited to personal protective equipment, disinfectants and cleaning products, and hygiene items. The list of requested items will continue to evolve as needs change.
Submit information on items you'd like to donate to the United Way Donation Marketplace.
During this extremely challenging time, St. Luke’s is grateful to community members willing to offer their time and talent to support the COVID-19 response.
Today, we are adequately staffed to support patient care in our communities, so we have paused our COVID-19 volunteer program. We will update this page if needs change.
Thank you for your compassion and commitment to the health of our community.
St. Luke's is prepared to support our patients and community as we enter the fall flu season with COVID-19 still spreading across Idaho. Our commitment to safe care includes coronavirus testing, visitor screening, enhanced safety practices and more.