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Check on the COVID - 19 Global Cases

Help relief from the Covid - 19

I have extended our assistance to senior citizens of the Home Helpers of Lowcountry in Bluffton, SC. I've delivered the donation of 450 surgical masks from relatives and friends in China. We also made sure those masks are good quality approved by the FDA. 



The Bridge of Dream is funded by Bailey Yang and assisted by Ms. Yinyqin Tian, who are helping the impoverished kids in an isolated area of China.


The picture with Carri Prange; the administrator of  the Home Helpers of Lowcountry

On April 6, 2020, the Bridge of Dreams charity donated 450 surgical masks to the senior citizens in Bluffton, SC, to help against the COVID - 19.


 Thank You letter from Home Helpers

After I donated the 450 face masks to The Home Helpers for Senior program, Ms. Carri Prange nicely sent me a Thank you letter.


450 Surgical masks for the Lowcountry senior program.

I delivered to the Home Helpers of Lowcountry on April 6, 2020

Donations for COVID - 19

This page is the COVID - 19 relief programs. Donations are accepted for Home Helpers of Lowcountry for seniors, Beaufort hospital supplies, and the Bluffton Animal Shelter programs.

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Forster or adopt animals, so that the animals can be safe 

at your homes during this quarantine time.


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Lully and Happy are best friends


Brandi says Hello


There are a few different venues community members can take to help hospital workers, according to a new page on the hospital’s website.

▪ Donate personal protective equipment: The hospital is accepting donated items including:

Surgical masks

N95 masks (medical grade, NIOSH certified, sizes large and small)

Examination gloves (sterile and unsterile, all sizes)

Protective glasses, goggles and shields

Isolation gowns

Thermometers (disposable strips or thermometers, or temporal infrared)

Homemade masks and face shields (please see details below)

All items must be unused and in unopened packages. They can be dropped off in the first-floor lobby at the Beaufort Memorial Medical Administrative Center on Ribaut Road between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

▪ Buy meals for staff: Individuals who want to help feed hospital staff should contact a local restaurant, place and pay for an order, and have the restaurant deliver the meal to the hospital. “In this way, we support both health care workers and our local restaurants whose business has been sharply curtailed by mandatory restrictions for on-site dining.” Restaurant owners looking to arrange a date for meal delivery should email

▪ Donate to the COVID-19 Relief Fund for hospital employees: Monetary donations made to the fund will support employees, patients and items of greatest need. To donate go online at or write a check payable to the BMH Foundation, PO Box 2233, Beaufort, South Carolina 29902.

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