COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

The role of philanthropy is especially critical during challenging times such as these we are facing now with the coronavirus (COVID-19). Southeast Health, as the regions healthcare leader, is prepared to handle the health needs as they arise.

In response to requests from many of you to help, the Southeast Health Foundation has created a COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. Gifts designated to this fund will help cover additional healthcare needs of the community during this COVID-19 pandemic.

If you wish to help, you can donate online now. In the “Designation” section, choose “COVID-19 Emergency Response” from the drop-down menu. Or if you prefer, you can mail a check to the Southeast Health Foundation, 1922 Fairview Ave., Dothan, AL 36301, and note COVID-19 on the memo line.

Thank you in advance for your generous support to help our dedicated healthcare workers who are on the frontline caring for the needs of the community during challenging times.

Hand-sewn Masks

Printable Instructions

Our entire community continues to stand behind our frontline workers in the fight against coronavirus.

Southeast Health has an adequate supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) currently on hand to protect its employees and patients from COVID-19. However, the global supply for this equipment continues to be uncertain and we are actively taking steps to secure more supplies.

Many individuals, groups and businesses from the community have generously offered to help assist in our preparedness efforts by sewing cloth masks. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not suggest cloth material as a first-line defense against the coronavirus causing COVID-19, cloth masks work well for visitors and patients.

If you would like to donate cloth masks or materials please contact the Southeast Health Foundation at 334-673-4150.

Hand-sewn masks can be dropped off between 8 am- 4 pm, Monday – Friday at the Southeast Health Foundation, 1922 Fairview Avenue, Dothan, AL 36301.

Donated masks are thoroughly laundered and sanitized before being distributed.

Your efforts will make a positive impact on our community during this critical time.

Thank you to our community members

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine – Students

Adam Beverage

April Luker and the generous donors to her
“Thank You Meal” fundraising Campaign


Ben Buttars

Brittany Byrd

Buffalo Rock

Celene Hern

Chick-fil-A (East Dothan)

Church at the Crossing

Coca Cola

Cornerstone Church

CVS Pharmacy

Dan Robison, Wiregrass Technologies

Dee Dee Lewis

Dothan Education Foundation

Dothan & Enterprise Martial Arts Academy

Dothan First Assembly

Dothan Technology Center

Edward Jones

Erin Scott

Greg Summerland, GL Robotics

Highlands Antiques & Interiors


Houston County Medical Society

Jimmy John’s

JOANN Fabrics

Jones Plumbing

Keller Williams of Southeast Alabama

Kelli Cundith Beaty
Coldwell Banker Alfred Saliba Realty

Kelli McCart

LBA Properties

Logos Baptist Church

Lowe’s Home Improvement

Dr. Patel & Family

Ridgecrest Baptist Church

Sami & Minal Shah

Shannon Jimmerson

Smoothie King

Southeastern Apparel

Susie White

The Home Depot

TriState Graphics

Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church

Tropical Smoothie

Which Wich and their generous customers

Wiregrass Church

Wiregrass Foundation

WOOF Radio – John Tesh