How You Can Help

Together we can do this

How You Can Help

Together we can do this.

We are so grateful for the offers of assistance that have poured in since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few ways you can help the hospital, your healthcare providers and the community.

Donate Medical Supplies

Huntington Hospital has experienced the good fortune of being the recipient of thousands of donated N-95 masks, surgical masks, gloves, gowns and other crucial items to ensure the safety of our caregivers and patients.  Thanks to this overwhelming response and generosity of our community, Huntington has decided to temporarily suspend its donation center while we continue fighting COVID-19.

The hospital is still accepting handmade masks and surgical caps only. If you would like to donate these items, please mail your donation to Huntington Hospital, c/o Volunteer Services, 100 W. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91105.

You can also call our Donations line for information (626) 397-5448.

Please note: We cannot accept donated food. We know that feeding people is a powerful expression of caring, and our community generously wants to care for those who are caring for others – for example, our wonderful employees and physicians. Unfortunately, donations of perishable food cause infection prevention concerns.

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not suggest cloth material as a first-line defense against the coronavirus causing COVID-19, cloth masks work well for other conditions and can help conserve precious reserves of N-95 respirator masks and surgical face masks.  

The masks will be made available to: (1) Visitors to our facilities; (2) Caregivers who are not involved with direct patient care and are at low risk of catching COVID-19 from patients or transmitting to others; (3) COVID-19 patients, as an alternative to surgical masks to better protect them and others around them cloth masks (only to be used in non-clinical areas)


Recommended fabrics include: non woven polypropylene or tightly woven 100% cotton fabric 

Download Mask Pattern PDF

Download Mask Production Guidelines PDF

Your generous donations support our healthcare providers’ access to critical supplies. Thank you.

Make a Financial Gift

As a non-profit hospital, we rely on gifts made, especially during this challenging time.

Your gift doesn’t just help us provide care to every patient, it also says “Thank You” to the healthcare providers who are working so hard to keep us all safe.

Donate Blood

Huntington Hospital needs your help keeping our blood supplies up. Donating blood is still a safe practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note we are taking donations by appointment or walk-in, and have updated our donation hours to better accommodate social distancing.

Blood Donation Location: Our community Blood Donor Center has now moved offsite to to:

800 S. Fairmount Avenue

Pasadena, CA, 91105

The parking entrance is at 28 Bellefontaine Street, and parking will be validated. 

Blood Donation Hours

Monday – Thursday 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Call to make an appointment at (626) 397-5422.

Stay Home According to Health Mandates

Please stay home, don’t gather during the holidays, and don’t travel.

While this vaccine brings us hope for the future, today we are dealing with a record breaking number of COVID-19 patients at our hospital. This surge is certainly the result of gatherings and travel from the Thanksgiving holiday and we are concerned that the upcoming holidays could create a new wave of infections if health orders are not followed. We are pleading with the community to help us stop this surge today by continuing to wear a mask and physical distance as you leave your home for essential work and activities only, and refrain from gathering with anyone outside of your household during the holiday.

Together we will continue to combat this pandemic. Our doctors, nurses and staff are so grateful for your support as we continue to provide care for our community. We are here for you.

Read more in our Holiday COVID-19 Tips.