How You Can Help During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Give to the Saints Urgent Response Fund

Donate Via Check

Checks may be made payable to SSM Health St. Anthony Foundation with the indication “Saints Urgent Response Fund” in the memo field and mailed to:

SSM Health St. Anthony Foundation
601 NW 11th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Donate Online

We are proud to support our doctors, nurses, staff, and all those on the front lines who are continuing the highest level of care for our patients. To help us combat the pandemic here in Oklahoma, please donate to the Saints Urgent Response Fund.

Donations will be directed to the areas of greatest need (such as ensuring necessary supplies and equipment for frontline health care workers or caring for the urgent needs of patients) as determined by our hospital leaders and providers.

These are challenging times for our community and our nation. We are grateful for your support for our critical mission.

Saints Urgent Response Fund

Your contribution is essential.
Donate today, online or via check.


Supplies Needed

Donations of medical supplies such as face masks, latex/nitrile gloves, hand sanitizer, eye protection, face shields, and isolation gowns are greatly needed to protect our caregivers. Donations can be dropped off curbside at the Foundation or call for pick-up.

For donations to SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital – Shawnee, call 405-808-8809.

Drop Off

For After-Hours Drop-Off or Pick-Up Call

Download the donation form below to see the list of all supplies needed and to record your donation. Please bring a completed donation form with your donated supplies. 

Can You Sew?

You can help protect our caregivers by sewing fabric masks. We request masks be made of 100% cotton cloth. Two patterns are available for download here. Instructions include use of either elastic or sewn fabric ties. Completed masks can be delivered curbside to:

SSM Health St. Anthony Foundation
601 NW 11th Street
Oklahoma City, OK

We Care About You – Schedule a Free Virtual Visit

SSM Health St. Anthony is offering a free Virtual Visit for Individuals who are concerned they may be experiencing symptoms of, or been exposed to, Coronavirus (COVID-19). Go to Other informational resources are available at and