American Chinese United Care Alliance donates PPE


WHITE PLAINS – The American Chinese United Care Alliance has donated PPE for Westchester County’s frontline workers.

The donation of protective gowns, masks and gloves, along with cash for Westchester Medical Center and White Plains Hospital on Friday was a major boost for the county’s first responders, officials said.

Victoria Alberto, a trustee of the Alliance, made the presentation, the third one in the region – the others were to Orange County and the City of Yonkers.

Alliance Trustee Victoria Alberto announces the donations to Westchester County’s frontline medical responders’‘Westchester County has paid a heavy price during this crisis and we all appreciate the hard work of your office, county personnel and of course, our brave medical professionals and first responders,” she said. “The work that you have helped to lead has undoubtedly saved lived.




County Executive George Latimer said the donation  “will go a long way in protecting our health care heroes and preventing the spread of this virus.”

The list of donations for Westchester County are as follows:

  • Westchester County Government – 15,200 disposable masks
    · Westchester Medical Center – $6,300 cash, 100 plastic protective gowns, 400 KN95 masks, 400 gloves, 150 surgical masks, 30 N95 masks
    · White Plains Hospital: $13,000 cash, 600 KN95 masks, 1,200 Surgical masks
    · Town of Greenburgh: 2,000 surgical masks

The donations will be distributed from the Westchester County DES Warehouse. This has been Westchester County’s largest emergency response operation to date.