As a #HealthcareHero, take advantage of giveaways, discounts and preferential treatment at businesses nationwide. Here’s your comprehensive list!
Down Dog: To keep your physical and mental health strong, Down Dog is offering all of its apps – Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout – completely free for nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals through July 1. Fill out the form on the link to take advantage of this offer.
Francie Perkins Coaching: With a background in healthcare and helping women through crisis, Francie Perkins Coaching is committed to helping healthcare providers get through their shifts in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Frontline nurses, radiology techs, and respiratory therapists can receive a free 30 minute life coaching session by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo of your medical badge or ID.
Airbnb: If you are familiar with Airbnb, you know that it is typically an online method of booking a place to stay on vacation. Hosts of Airbnb housing are taking a hit economically during this time. However, Airbnb has turned their misfortune into a place for healthcare workers to “stay close to their patients and safely distanced from their own families.” When you book a frontline stay, Airbnb will waive all their fees up to the first 100K responders invited to book until May 31, 2020.
Barco: Barco is a healthcare apparel company that is offering to donate 10,000 scrubs each month for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic to professionals on the front lines. All you have to do is go to their website and request a donation (minimum of 50 sets required).
Care.com: Frontline healthcare workers can receive a free month of premium access to Care.com services to get help with caring for children, elderly parents, and pets. This includes unlimited messaging with caregivers.
Global Healing Vitamins: Frontline healthcare workers and first responders can receive a product of their choice, free of charge, from Global Healing Vitamins. Just fill out the form on their webpage.
Glowforge: 3-D printer company Glowforge is making and offering free Ear Savers to frontline workers including nurses, doctors, retail workers, delivery workers, sanitation workers, and others who must wear a mask. Ear Savers are designed to take pressure and friction off the ears while wearing face masks. Fill out a request on their webpage.
JINS Eyewear: Healthcare workers can receive a free pair of JINS Eyewear glasses by emailing email@example.com to tell them about yourself or to nominate another. Offer good while supplies last. UPDATE: due to an overwhelming response, JINS will now choose 5 people per day for this freebie.
Preppi: Emergency preparedness company Preppi is donating N95 masks to healthcare workers in need. Fill out the donation request form on their page.
RexPay: RexPay has partnered with The Wellnus Company to donate sanitizing hand wipes to healthcare providers. They can also help procure other necessary PPE for providers in need. Fill out the form on their webpage to get started.
Wawa: Convenience chain Wawa, which has locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Florida, and Washington D.C., is offering free coffee to healthcare workers and first responders for the length of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Wyndham Hotels: All essential workers who are Wyndham Rewards members (it’s free to sign up if you aren’t already a member) will be given a complimentary GOLD membership upgrade. GOLD perks include accelerated points earning on stays at Wyndham properties, preferred room choice, late checkout, and more.
BlanQuil: BlanQuil, makers of weighted blankets, are offering a 50% discount to healthcare workers, first responders, and military service members. Complete the verification on their webpage to receive your discount.
Clove: Clove is a healthcare apparel company. They are offering free compression socks with every Clove purchase. Just add a pair of socks to a cart containing shoes and use code WITHLOVE for the discount to properly apply.
Dagne Dover: Healthcare workers, military, and teachers can receive a 20% discount at bag and purse retailer Dagne Dover. Fill out the form on their webpage to receive your discount code.
Danform Shoes: Danform Shoes is offering a 20% discount off footwear to healthcare professionals including nurses, doctors, and medical workers across the country. Offer applies to online sales only during store closure. Use code SUPERHERO20 at checkout.
Emma: Emma Mattress is offering an additional 10% off any order to healthcare workers. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org and attach any proof of employment such as a work badge or ID.
ENELL: Apparel company ENELL is offering 50% off bras for healthcare workers, first responders, and teachers through May 30. Follow directions on the link to receive the discount.
Medelita: Medical workers can receive a 30% discount on Medelita scrubs by using code FRONTLINES at checkout.
Nike: For a limited time, Nike has increased its U.S. first responder and medical professional discount to 20% off. Verify your status on their webpage to receive your discount code.
The North Face: Apparel company The North Face will be offering a 50% discount off non-sale items to healthcare workers in the U.S. through December 31, 2020 (good online and at retail locations). They will also offer these individuals a 10% discount on non-clearance items at their U.S. outlet stores during the same period. Check the link to see which healthcare workers are eligible and to verify your status.
Purple: Mattress company Purple is offering a special 10% discount to healthcare workers – check the link to see who is eligible…many healthcare professions are included! Verify your eligibility through the link on their site to receive your discount.
Theragun: Theragun is offering a special discount of up to $250 off a Theragun massage device to first responders, healthcare workers, and military members while supplies last. To receive the discount, email email@example.com with the subject line “Frontline Discount” and include proper verification such as official ID or badge.
Vineyard Vines: Healthcare professionals can receive a 15% discount off everything at clothing company Vineyard Vines. Verify your status through the link.
Costco: The bulk goods warehouse store Costco is temporarily offering priority access to members who are healthcare workers and first responders. Just present your Costco membership card and official identification of your role to move to the front of the line.
Publix: As of April 16 and until further notice, grocery store Publix has designated Thursday evenings, 8pm – 9pm, and Friday mornings, 7am – 8am, as special shopping hours for first responders and hospital staff. The Publix pharmacy will also be open during these hours.
Sam’s Club: Bulk goods clubhouse Sam’s Club has announced that starting on April 19, it will implement “Hero Hours” for healthcare workers and first responders, which will take place every Sunday from 8am-10am. No membership will be required for Hero Hours and Sam’s Club will provide masks to wear in-store. Please note that spouses and other family members or guests will not be allowed in the store for Hero Hours.