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Across the United States Medical Supplies are Dwindling Putting our Veterans and First Responders, their families, and those in need at Risk.
Getting Personal Protection supplies to our Veterans and First Responders matters. It matters because the men and women who have risked their lives protecting our nation, shouldn’t face further risk at home. They have given enough. This matters because we need to protect those that protect us including currently working Military Personnel working at our Testing Facilities and Nurses volunteering at homeless shelters, and staff that are providing essential services are risking their health and their families. They have given enough.
Let’s work together to give them the peace of mind that while they serve, we have their backs and will do what we do best to aid in this crisis. For us at Emergency First Response Centers USA that means negotiating, acquiring, and distributing personal protective equipment, so that they have one less thing to worry about. We invite you to join us.
“People are dying, if we have the expertise to help provide aid, it’s our responsibility to step outside of our day-to-day routine to help,” said Sir Samuel Marx, President of Emergency First Response Centers USA.
We are asking for your donation today to support the front-line Veterans and current soldiers fighting this pandemic on the Home-front. No donation is too small or too large. A donation of $10 gets a pack of surgical masks into the hands of those who need it most, a donation of $12 supplies one more box of gloves.
Your donation today goes towards the purchase and delivery of mission critical personal protective equipment for Veterans and First Responders, and assisted living facilities across Florida including:
-Medical disposable protective clothing
For the cost of four coffees, you can give 100 gloves, which means 50 times a nurse doesn’t have to stop to think if she has enough. Be part of the solution, the power to help our front-line responders is literally in your hands.