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Home Depot Donates Hand Sanitizer and Wipes to VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital

The Home Depot in South Hill donated more than 800 wipes and hand sanitizer to VCU Health CMH. Pictured are Rebecca Sontag (VCU Health CMH), Sara Dean (Home Depot), Amanda Champion (Home Depot) and Ken Kurz (VCU Health CMH).

The Home Depot in South Hill has a big heart for the community. They had so much inventory of wipes and hand sanitizer that they donated more than 400 of each to VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital (VCU Health CMH) on June 28, 2021.

“We love it; it’s what we do,” said Sara Dean, of Home Depot. “We’ve also given donations to local police, fire, libraries and other not-for-profits.”

Home Depot has a program established with funds allocated to give back to those in need.

“We are so blessed to have this kind of support in our community,” said Ken Kurz, Director of Marketing and Development at VCU Health CMH.

Gifts in Kind
For more information on donations to VCU Health CMH, please call the CMH Foundation at (434) 447-0857. Please schedule to bring your donations to the hospital in a bag or box, if possible. Personnel will assist you with your donation. When you arrive, they will ask you some quick questions and offer you a tax deduction form that you can mail for your receipt.

Financial contributions
VCU Health has created a 
COVID-19 Response Fund to support our patients and care providers’ most pressing needs. Please visit this fund to make your gift.  You can also make donations through our website at vcu-cmh.org.