Well, I kept mine for all these years. Unfortunately or not, there is a tiny hole in the outside plastic wrap caused by an old car jack.
This OSHA packet has a blue surgical mask. It also has a hospital gown of some sort, and a tiny bottle of Purell, among other good things.
Anyway, I thought, "How can I reach out to all the volunteers who USED to volunteer who might have these packages?" I don't know if Hospices have the contact information of all former volunteers or not, and I looked up to see if there is a "Central Hospice of America" where such information might be stored in a computer, and there is no such place. There are Central Regional Hospices, probably many of them.
Ask former Hospice volunteers to look in their cars and closets.
And what about other people, like former medical students who dropped out?
Update June 7, 2020: P S -- I ended up giving it to a former student who is a nurse now at the Cleveland Clinic. She said she could use it. HOORAY