The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is opening a drop-off donation center to accept certain unopened (sealed) medical supplies. We at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center are humbled and honored by the generosity of our community as we care for our patients.

Make a monetary donation

What supplies can be donated?

This is the list of unopened (sealed) medical supplies that will be accepted:

  • Masks — N-95 masks, surgical masks, procedure masks with or without face shields
    • NOTE: No home-sewn masks
      • Due to FDA regulations, we cannot accept homemade items
  • Eyewear — medical or laboratory goggles and glasses
  • Gowns — medical-grade protective gowns, isolation gowns
  • Gloves — nitrile exam gloves, surgical gloves
  • Bouffant caps
  • Hand sanitizer—greater than 60% alcohol
  • Sanitizer wipes (Clorox)
  • Shoe covers — medical or laboratory boot / shoe covers
  • Digital thermometers
  • Face shields

All donations will be screened for appropriate use following CDC and epidemiology guidelines. Items not used will be donated elsewhere.

Where should I bring donations?

Donations can be dropped off at our warehouse on 610 Ackerman Road, on the northeast side of the building. Turn into the Ackerman complex at the intersection of Ackerman Drive and Fred Taylor Drive, then follow signage to the right. Current drop off hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.

Download Directions to Donation Center

Can I bring donations directly to the hospital? 

NO - Please do not bring supply donations to any hospital, emergency room or clinics.

Can I get a receipt for my donation?

Yes, for large donations or if you require a receipt for your donation, please email prior to delivery.

Can my donation items be picked up? 

Yes, please email to set-up pick-up arrangements for large donations.

Can I donate food?

We cannot accept donations of food or other perishable items.


To learn more, call the donation center: 614-366-8000.


Download: Thank you for your donation