North Shore Health Care Foundation
The NSHCF proactively identifies opportunities to expand equitable health care and healthy living in Cook County and champions solutions through funding, education, and advocacy.
COVID-19 Donations
The North Shore Health Care Foundation, in conjunction with the Cook County Emergency 
Operations Center, is accepting monetary donations to support the local front-line response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus. The Foundation will also match up to $20,000 in donations to ensure that our front-line health and emergency responders have what they need to manage the local COVID-19 response and continue to safely operate under the current challenging circumstances.
Monies raised through the dedicated COVID-19 fund will initially go towards securing personal protective equipment (PPE), supplies and equipment needed to operate and respond to emergency calls during the Coronavirus pandemic. Health partners, including the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic, North Shore Health, Cook County Public Health & Human Services, Emergency Management and Emergency Services will identify what the greatest needs are through the Emergency Operations Center and Incident Command Structure as the response to the pandemic goes on.
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COVID-19 Relief Donation
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Donations can be made by mail at:
North Shore Health Care Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund
PO Box 454 Grand Marais, MN 55604
Please indicate COVID-19 Response on all checks or in the online form.
The NSHCF does not make grants to individuals. For those who would like to donate to individuals or families, monetary donations can be made to the Cook County Public Health & Human Services Good Samaritan Fund, the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic’s Giving Tree program, or one of many other local non-profits and service agencies who support individuals and families in need.

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