How you can help
As a community there are some specific ways you can help our students and each other through this trying time. For more ideas, visit the University of Washington's engagement page.
Donate to the COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund
The student emergency fund provides one-time funding for UW Bothell students who have been affected by COVID-19. Requests for funding have increased sharply in recent weeks. Donate to the emergency fund.
Giving to UW Medicine
Go to the UW Medicine COVID giving site. Don’t see your item on the list below? Please contact UW Medicine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Items UW Medicine is currently accepting:
- Disposable face masks- all types, including N95 masks
- Clear face shields
- Clear safety/medical glasses or goggles
- Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) Systems
- Exam and surgical gloves
- Isolation gowns
- Disinfecting wipes
- Hand sanitizer
Put a Student Employee to Work
Some of the students who usually work on campus cannot do their usual jobs. If UW Bothell staff or faculty have a task that lends itself to remote work, contact Janel Nonhoff.
Find organizations that need help
Visit the Snohomish County COVID-19 needs hub to discover local organizations that need help. Go to the Snohomish County Needs Hub website.
Bloodworks Northwest is scheduling blood donations by appointment. Call 800-398-7888 or go to bloodworksnw.org
Northshore Senior Center
The center is seeking donations to support its ongoing operations, which includes meals on wheels and transportation to medical appointments. Donate now