COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunities

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COVID-19 Volunteers

The necessary and important role of home isolation to the COVID-19 response may leave many people feeling cut-off and isolated and looking for a way to get involved. However, under Governor Ducey's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected" Executive Order, volunteers are considered "essential workers." This page offers Pima County residents the opportunity to stay engaged and stay connected while also staying safe.


Getting Started

Individuals and organizations can follow the links below to either donate their time and expertise or supplies and materials - people with healthcare and medical training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are particularly in demand.

We greatly appreciate your willingness to help. Please be as detailed as possible with your credentials and licensing information as this will greatly help us place you as the situation advances. Also, please understand that many medical requests for volunteers will not be made until contingency plans are exhausted.

How To Volunteer

Pima County has teamed with the Arizona Emergency System for Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals (AZ-ESAR-VHP) to offer volunteer opportunities through an online platform. Look for the big blue button marked "Register Now", select Add Organizations, and choose Pima County:

Register yourself or your group in the ESAR system under the organization title Pima County


How To Donate

Help counter COVID-19 by contributing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Pima County Health Department today!

The designated drop-off site is the Pima County Health Department:

3950 S. Country Club Road Ste. 100
Tucson, AZ 85714

Go to the security desk to drop off items.
All accepted items will be properly sanitized and distributed to our healthcare and community partners.

What we can accept:

  • surgical masks
  • NIOSH-approved n95 masks
  • isolation gowns (watch video tutorial)
  • cloth gowns and scrubs
  • face shields
  • goggles
  • exam gloves
  • thermometers
  • sanitizer
  • paper towels
  • disinfectant wipes
  • handmade masks (useable in non-healthcare settings)

What we can’t accept:

  • opened packages
  • medications
  • non-NIOSH n95 masks
  • safety glasses and athletic goggles
  • rubber cleaning/gardening gloves
  • baby wipes
  • liquid cleaners
Any questions or to donate, contact us at EOCDonations@pima.gov.

Many thanks to our community partners!


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