Orange County Government is currently providing free PPE to residents who register for a COVID-19 test at one of our Orange County Health Services testing sites. The County offers various opportunities for residents to pick up free PPE. For example, the County gave PPE to every household that participated in its self-serve sandbag program. In addition, if PPE is needed by residents you can check with one of our 13 Neighborhood Centers for Families locations and they will work to connect you to needed PPE.
Free PPE is also provided at Orange County OneBlood locations to donors who pre-register to donate blood. You must make an online appointment first at www.oneblood.org.
Orange County Government has provided PPE to small businesses in Orange County to assist in reopening or sustaining operation. More than 50,000 small businesses have been provided PPE.
Please stay tuned to Orange County's PPE for Small Biz webpage and Orange County’s social media channels and newsroom for possible future distribution dates of PPE to small businesses.
Orange County has donated PPE to several local organizations and individuals including Homeless Services Network (35,000 masks and 15,000 hand sanitizers), One Blood (10,000 masks and 10,000 hand sanitizers), and Second Harvest Food Bank (80,000 masks and 10,000 hand sanitizers). Orange County Fire Rescue Department has its own PPE distribution program in the community, distributing 100,000 masks and 20,000 hand sanitizers weekly when the department visits residents for calls and services.
Places of Worship
Orange County Government has helped places of worship by providing them with PPE resources necessary to safely conduct services for their congregation and abide by CDC guidelines.
Orange County served 367 Faith-Based Places of Worship by providing free PPE … totaling 328,500 face masks. Please continue to check this page and County's social media pages for future opportunities.