Community Hospital Long Beach Foundation – Relief

3/24 Applied for funding
4/15 Granted $20,000
4/28 Received $20,000
90 days to expend funds 7/27

AreYouANonprofit: No

Legal-name: Community Hospital Long Beach Foundation


Address: 1760 Termino Avenue, Suite 105

City: Long Beach

State: CA

Zip: 90804

Tax-id: Tax – ID #95-2785554

Organizational-status: 501 (c) (3) nonprofit


Officer: Matthew Faulkner, Executive Director

Annual: $500,000

ContactName: Matthew Faulkner

Title: Executive Director

Tel-952: (562) 933-5970

SecondaryPhone: (310) 766-4159


GrantPurpose: Funding for medical supplies and equipment for frontline medical staff and low to moderate income COVID-19 patients at CHLB.

TotalCost: $54,500

Requestedamount: $54,500

Periodoftime: 90 days

Audienceserved: Moderate to low income residents in the direct market area serviced by CHLB. Over 50% of CHLB’s market area is low to moderate income population

Demoofaudience: All ages with emphasis on a low income multi-lingual and multi-racial individuals and the elderly

Numberofserved: 300-500

District: Districts, 2, 3, 4, 5

1. What disaster recovery service have already been provided?: To expedite the reopening of Community Hospital Long Beach, the Foundation made an urgent appeal for medical supplies, equipment and PPE to CHLB Foundation stakeholders, Long Beach Chamber Members and readers of the Long Beach Post last Friday, March 20. Since that time local businesses, educational institutions, hotels, medical supply companies, office equipment companies, small businesses and individuals have all contributed items to include N-95 masks, gloves, goggles and eye ware, gowns, sanitizers, linens, patient toiletries, printers, office supplies and medical equipment.

2. What disaster recovery service will be provided by this grant?: Additional critical medical equipment, supplies and PPE are needed by the hospital to address the anticipated surge in COVID-19 patients. The grant will help fund some of the most critical equipment that will be available to serve all in our community during this crisis, including ventilators, monitors and portable x-ray equipment. The personal protective equipment will ensure safety for staff and visitors.

3. What organization and or individuals will you assist? : Community Hospital Long Beach, City of Long Beach and Long Beach community.

4. What other disaster recovery funds have you received? What amount? : To date we have received approximately $3,000 in cash donations and $10,000 in in-kind supplies and equipment.
The Foundation has received no local, county, state or federal funding.

5. What other disaster recovery funds have you applied for? Wuhan Healing Hands for $1,000 worth of medical supplies.