DRMA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Members

Updated: Jul 16, 2020

The coronavirus has caused a lot of uncertainty and has created many questions for those leading the workforce. DRMA has created member specific services and has compiled a list of helpful resources for those who are preparing for possible business disruption due to the virus.

Resources on this page are provided to DRMA members as a member benefit. No representations, warranties, endorsements, or claims of accuracy of the contributing person, company, or organization are implied.

DRMA's Response

COVID-19 - Members Helping Members - We've compiled a list of members who have offered assistance in one form or another with their capabilities, products, and services. To take a look or submit your own company, click here.

Donations - DRMA is working with the Dayton/Montgomery County Public Health Department to coordinate donations/disbursement. They are accepting anything that can be used as PPE, including safety glasses, masks, gloves, gowns, face shields, etc. All donations should be in the original packages if possible. Donations can be dropped off at the St. Vincent De Paul Community Store, located at 945 S. Edwin C Moses Blvd., Dayton, OH 45417, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Donations can be dropped off at the receiving dock located on the south side of the building (the side that faces the Montgomery County Job Center building). If you’d like to coordinate a large donation of anything on pallets, please contact Ken at 937-425-0592.

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