Donations to Project Shield broke through the $10 million mark last night as Hong Kong's frontline medical staff unveiled a list of the most urgently needed items in the battle against Sars. Masks, goggles, gowns, disposable coveralls, protective hoods with respirators (3M Air Mate) and thermometers were among the top nine items nominated by the Hospital Authority as being most urgently required in the 14 hospitals treating Sars. Project Shield immediately moved to answer the most urgent need with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer yesterday donating 20,000 N95 face masks to be delivered tomorrow. 'The most in-demand item is the small-size N95 masks,' said Fung Hong, head of the Hospital Authority taskforce investigating frontline needs. 'We have ample supply of the regular size but not the small,' he said. 'We are working closely with Project Shield to make sure donations are not being wasted.' A Hospital Authority spokeswoman added: 'Everything on the list is a priority. The list is the latest situation relating to our most urgent supply needs.' More corporations joined the campaign with Rolex donating $300,000; IBM $280,000; Cartier $100,000 and Disney $100,000. Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals agreed to waive terminal handling charges and help with distribution of all medical supplies. Also donating $40,000 to Project Shield to buy 1,000 suits for frontline medical workers, Pfizer's country manager Stephen Leung said: 'After reading about the campaign on Friday we sent a note to our employees, asking them to donate to the cause. We collected $20,000 from our 200 staff on Monday. The company then topped up the funds. 'The Project will probably have to buy some masks for the health workers so we thought we would donate our stock first so frontline workers will have something to use right away. Our motto is 'giving is more enjoyable than receiving'.' When the Sars outbreak started, Pfizer helped the government source a supply of masks. Half a million masks from locations around the world were flown in for free. After selling the majority to the government at wholesale price, the rest were donated to staff, hospitals, businesses and Project Shield. Send our frontline medics a message of support and tell us why you back Project Shield. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . (this is not a donations address).