Liberty Elevator Donates N95 Respirator Masks To Local Hospitals

March 26, 2020


N95 Respirator Mask Donation

PATERSON, NJ. March 26, 2020 - When driving to the Paterson, NJ headquarters the other day, Liberty Elevator owner, Douglas Muttart, was listening to Doctor Radio on SiriusXM. The broadcast was presented by NYU Langone Hospital, describing the current COVID-19 situation in New York & New Jersey. Nurses were calling in to the show, expressing concerns over the need to reuse their N95 masks and a shortage of medical supplies at the area’s largest hospitals and asking the public for donations so that they can perform their work safely. 

This really hit home for Douglas. “As soon as I arrived at the Liberty office we searched the warehouse for any personal protective equipment we could gather. In our search, we were able to uncovered several boxes of N95 masks sitting idly in our warehouse.” Liberty Elevator was able to coordinate with several local hospitals to drop off the masks over the next couple of days. “Liberty Elevator is grateful for the opportunity to donate this equipment locally in support of those on the front line fighting against the COVID-19 Coronavirus.” To date, Liberty Elevator has donated over 600 respirators to local NJ hospitals. 

Join Liberty in Fighting COVID-19

Now we ask you to join us in giving back to the medical community during their time of need. If you have extra supplies of unused PPE around your business, please consider donating your surplus to a local Hospital or Medical Facility. Please join us in supporting the following Hospitals:

Donate to Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ.

You can directly donate the following equipment to the hospital: N95 masks, Surgical masks, Face shields or goggles, Fluid resistant isolation gowns, Non-latex (nitrile) gloves. They've established a drop-off site at the hospital's main entrance at 223 North Van Dien Avenue in Ridgewood. Donations may be dropped off Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Donate to Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ.

If you have extra supplies of unused personal protective equipment, consider donating them to Saint Barnabas Medical Center and the local doctors who practice in this area. This includes: surgical masks, N95 masks, face shields or goggles, fluid-resistant isolation gowns, and non-latex gloves. Please email  to make arrangements. 

Donate to Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ.

HUMC has joined the state’s call in asking community members who wish to donate supplies to email The state’s Office of Emergency Management is coordinating donations on behalf of many health care providers throughout the state of NJ.

Please join us in our mission.

Through these challenging times, Liberty Elevator continues to stand by its commitment to support the local communities. Together, we will shine a light through these dark days & lift our community in its time of need. 

Liberty Elevator Corporation