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GriffonCo. Miniatures & Gifts is working with dozens of community partners and organizations to make face shields for first responders and health care workers in Northern Nevada.
More than 50,000 masks are in the hands of people who need them the most, our first responders and medical professionals in the Las Vegas valley.
The Depot Craft Brewery and Distillery, along with Seven Troughs Distillery, are stepping up to keep Nevadans protected from COVID-19 the best way they know how — by making lots of alcohol. The alcohol, particularly ethanol, is not for the purpose of a good night out. Both breweries are making the ethanol in bulk to hand over to Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services.
A Las Vegas family-run business is pivoting to help those on the front lines. They have come up with a creative alternative for those who need more protection than a cloth mask.
Tom Adams, the owner of Seven Troughs Distillery in Sparks, is creating high proof alcohol for hand sanitizer.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. is providing a second substantial wave of medical equipment donations to protect health care professionals and first responders from the spreading coronavirus.
Station Casinos is donating $1 million to Nevada’s emergency response fund to help with the fight against the coronavirus, the company announced Monday.
People testing positive for the coronavirus are the main concern nationwide, but the people who care for them are coping with their own mental health issues, which have gone mostly untreated.
Round Table Pizza donates food to workers at Carson-Tahoe Health to help those on the frontlines.
Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley and the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation announces a $1,000,000 donation to the Nevada COVID-19 Task Force.
The Save Mart Companies this week announced all Save Mart, FoodMaxx and Lucky locations now offer dedicated shopping hours for first responders, according to a news release.