Our COVID 19 Response

Help Us Help You  
Donate now to help us respond.

From the first days of the pandemic, we have remained focused on ensuring access to care. This included rapidly transforming how we deliver care to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.

Changes include:

  • Drive-up testing for patients
  • Telehealth and virtual visits
  • Consolidation of facilities

These changes are taxing our resources. Although we have been challenged, we remain focused on providing high quality primary medical care to all individuals regardless of ability to pay. Your donation can help us meet the need.

If you believe people in our community deserve access to primary care at this most challenging time, we urge you to donate today.

Thank you, and we wish you good health.

Donate Now

Downloadable Donation Form

Lamprey Health Care is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All gifts are tax-deductible within the limitations of federal income tax law. Acknowledgment of your donation will be provided.

For a listing of Lamprey Health Care’s annual supporters, visit Our Mission page.



Based on our current inventory, the following items are high needs.

Medical grade supplies

We are calling on any local business or individuals who may be able to donate any of these items.

  • Surgical Gowns (greatest need)
  • N95 Masks
  • Masks with Shields
  • Shields
  • Sani-Cloth, or similar, Germicidal Wipes
Household grade supplies

We are calling on anyone who may be able to donate these items.

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Household wipes
Sewing Skills?

Thank you to everyone who responded so quickly to our call for fabric masks. We are still accepting donations of hand-sewn masks.

Please contact our administrative offices at (603) 659-2494 to coordinate supply donations.

This list may change as the pandemic continues. Please check back for updates.

Thank You!


We cannot say it often enough or loud enough – THANK YOU!

Our apologies if we missed you. Please contact us at (603) 659-2494, and let us know so we can properly acknowledge your generosity.



The following agencies, businesses, and individuals answered our call.


  • CherryWind Technologies
  • Djinn Spirits Craft Distillery
  • Flag Hill Distillery and Winery
  • High Performance Solutions
  • Chris Knoetig and the CTE Program at Nashua North High School
  • Laney & Lu
  • LTC Partners, and Dave March
  • Newmarket Dental
  • NH DHHS Emergency Services Unit
  • Raymond Baptist Church
  • Rivier College, Nursing Department
  • Seacoast Public Health Network
  • Service Credit Union
  • Staples, Inc.
  • United Way of the Greater Nashua Area
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
  • Wing Itz, Newmarket
  • Worldwide Circuit Board Express
  • Mulitple Anonymous Donors
  • Anonymous donor of Dunkin Donut gift cards
  • Bill & Liz Arcieri
  • John Attardo
  • The Boom Family
  • Steve Brillhart
  • Jill Capobianco
  • The Conrad/Cushing Family
  • David Deifik, MD
  • Katrine Dickau
  • Jack Durkin
  • John Durkin
  • Paul Friedrichs, MD
  • Steve Frolking & Joanna Wicklein
  • Michael Gaudet
  • Wendy & Alan Gladstone
  • Raymond Goodman, III
  • Raymond Jr. and Helen Goodman
  • Rebecca Gould
  • Susan Grant
  • Jeannette Hauschel
  • Jennifer Jenkins
  • Mary Jenkins
  • Mary Ann Johnson
  • Andrea Laskey
  • Jessica Lozan
  • Lynn Marsh
  • Deb Pack
  • Dennis Patterson
  • Marie Ramas, MD
  • Valerie Shelton
  • Priscilla Stewart
  • Winifred Stewart
  • Will T.
  • Tracy T.
  • Maura Turner
  • Melba & Dave Torro
  • Cynthia & Allen Unrein
  • Betsey & Allen White
  • Janice Wilcoxson

Our Mask Sewing Crew

  • Rennell Brillhart
  • Melissa Christenson
  • Terry Coll
  • Elizabeth Crepeau
  • Cindy Dahlstrom
  • Anita Deifik
  • Cindy Dumont
  • Kelly Emery
  • Kevin Federico
  • Carole Hutchinson
  • Barbara Huntress-Rather
  • Kate McCuster
  • Sally Oxnard, MD
  • Nancy Richmond
  • Joann Smith
  • Lynne Therrien
  • Michelle White
  • Team Face Masks NH
  • Seacoast Mask Makers
  • Multiple Anonymous Donors