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Support St. Luke's COVID-19 Response

St. Luke’s healthcare workers are being called to serve our region in response to the world’s most pressing issue, COVID-19. St. Luke’s Foundation is here supporting these efforts because of the generosity demonstrated throughout the communities we call home. Your gifts connect to real outcomes which enhance the compassionate, lifesaving care we are able to provide. Today, we ask you to stand with us. Your financial contribution will be used where need is most urgent.

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St. Luke’s Foundation Accepting Donations of Patient Activity Items

St. Luke’s is resuming distribution of individual activity items for our hospitalized patients. However, current supplies are extremely low. To aid in this effort, St. Luke’s Foundation will be soliciting donations of various items for patients of all ages.

Donations Requested:

  • Children’s toys (no small pieces)
  • Crayons
  • Colored pencils
  • Coloring books
  • Playing cards
  • Puzzles
  • Word find
  • Crossword puzzles
  • Magazines
  • Books
  • Other games that can be played solo
  • Small radios
  • Cell phone chargers
  • New earbuds (never-used, must be sealed in original packaging)

All donated goods can be dropped off at St. Luke’s Foundation, 1000 E 1st Street, Suite 102, Monday-Friday between 8 am - 4 pm (1st floor, Northland Medical Center). Donated items will be sanitized and quarantined prior to patient use or (when appropriate) redistribution.

Other gifts-in-kind are being accepted. Please contact St. Luke’s Foundation at or 218.249.5249 to assist you in the coordination of your donation.

St. Luke's Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, provides innovative support to advance compassionate patient care, research and community health.

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