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Hubbard’s KNUC-FM Seattle Donates 3,000 Masks to Hospitals

Topic: Vaccine Education
Posted on 4/6/2020

Hubbard’s KNUC-FM Seattle donated 3,000 medical masks to Virginia Mason Hospitals, Evergreen Health, Cottesmore Life Care, PacMed and Seattle Children’s to help nurses and doctors on the frontlines of COVID-19.

“We are incredibly grateful for The Bull’s generosity,” said Chief Nursing Officer, EvergreenHealth Mary Shepler. “This donation represents an imperative resource that allows our providers to continue to provide the safest, best possible care for all of our patients. The support we continue to receive is a heart-warming reminder that we are all in this together.”

KNUC-FM also handed out 1,000 rolls of toilet paper, free to the community, on April 9. To observe social distancing guidlines, listeners drove up to the donation location and rolled down their windows to receive a roll. Leftover rolls were donated to a local hospital.

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