Coyote Eyewear Donates Medical Safety Glasses to Local Hospitals

Coyote Eyewear announced plans to donate a pair of medical grade safety glasses to local hospitals and medical centers for every purchase of Coyote’s polarized sunglasses during the months of April and May. These medical safety glasses can be used by doctors, nurses and nursing home workers to protect themselves and their patients from COVID-19.

Coyote Eyewear has made donations to the following New York state medical centers so far: Rochester General (RGH), LeRoy Medical Associates, The Monroe Community Hospital Foundation, VA Clinic – Canandaigua and Rochester, and The Grand Nursing Homes – Buffalo, Batavia and Chittenango. It has also extended help to friends around the nation at St. Luke’s Hospital in Polson, Mont., SRMC Hospital in Lumberton, N.C. and Kaiser Permanente in Baldwin Park, Calif.

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During the next month, Coyote will continue to donate medical grade safety glasses to local medical centers, said the company.