Supply The Frontlines


Connecting Mission-Aligned Businesses with BC Healthcare Facilities in Need During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Our Mission


Supply The Frontlines connects businesses seeking to make a difference with BC healthcare facilities in need. The COVID-19 pandemic has put immense strain on our healthcare system, creating resource shortages in everything from personal protective equipment to non-perishable food items.

We believe that individuals and businesses in Canada can step up to help our frontline workers by providing key essentials to our healthcare facilities. Currently, healthcare facilities are in need of personal protective equipment, non-perishable food items, toiletries, and catered meals. Our goal is to actively connect businesses seeking to help out through donations and/or discounts with healthcare facilities in British Columbia.

Our Donors


And a special thanks to our individual donors: Sean Zachary Uy & Michael Ko

Our Impact


To date, we have donated and distributed over thousands of items ranging from personal protective equipment to individually packaged snacks. We are actively working with local businesses within the lower mainland and beyond, and have contributed to multiple healthcare facilities. Some of our coordinated donations include:

20,000 cans of sparkling water from SPARKMOUTH

100 meals & 432 cookies from Peqish

720 healthy energy bars from Teff Energy

240 keto bars from Love Good Fats

673 organic chocolates from Zazubean

150 packs of healthy snacks from Naked Snacks

100 bottles of apple cider & 200 bags of organic apple chips from Triple Jim's

100 shirts from Sanmar Canada

24 masks and 96 filters from Lug

84 packs of gluten free energy bites from TreatSmarts

25 sets of scrubs from Daily Scrubs

24 bars of soap & face mists from Natural Beauty Skincare

125 3D printed face shields from Sean Zachary Uy

50 3D printed ear guards for masks from Michael Ko

Lion's Gate Hospital Foundation
Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation
Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation
BC Children's Hospital
BC Women's Hospital
Whitecliff Residence
Richmond Hospital
Health Connections
Peace Arch Hospital
Yaletown House
Downtown Eastside Women's Center

Get Involved


We are actively looking for businesses that want to make a difference in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic by contributing donations or discounts to healthcare facilities in British Columbia. Some resources in demand are:

  • Personal protective equipment, such as masks
  • Uniforms for healthcare workers, such as scrubs
  • Cleaning supplies, such as wipes and hand supplies
  • Catered meals, to help feed healthcare workers on the frontline
  • Individually packaged snacks and drinks for patients and workers
  • Toiletries such as shampoo and soap

Additionally, we are looking to connect with other healthcare facilities that we can help support. We are also seeking individuals who want to help out with our initiative. Contact us through email (supplythefrontlines@gmail.com) or the links below, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Our Team


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Isabella Funa

Isabella Funa is a fourth year student completing her Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia. Growing up, Isabella was involved in a number of charitable works such as Right Here, Write Now! The Musical, which has raised over $250,000 for the less fortunate. She has a passion for helping others and hopes to use this passion to supply the frontlines with their needs.

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Frank Jia

Frank Jia is a fourth year student currently pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Physics with a minor in Business at the University of British Columbia. Frank has a strong interest in software development and hopes to create meaningful change through technology. He has gathered experience in creating value through software in his past internship placements at SAP Concur and Grow Technologies.

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Mikey Jose

Mikey Jose is a fourth year sciences student majoring in Cognitive Systems at the University of British Columbia. Over the last eight years, Mikey has been involved in the initiation of several non-profit organizations and philanthropic projects (We Represent Co., Autism Works Entrepreneurship (Enactus UBC), Right Here, Write Now! The Musical, Project Choir-antine). He hopes to use his experience to help supply the heroes on the frontlines during this COVID-19 crisis.

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Tricia Jose

Tricia Jose is a co-founder of Arrive, a platform to support newcomers to Canada. Prior to this, Tricia founded a fin-tech startup and has held various roles in the tech industry. She holds a Master of Applied Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia.