Throughout Central and Coastal Virginia, Goodwill partners with F, R, E, E. By partnering with Goodwill, F, R, E, E. can easily collect used medical equipment from community donations. We then sort, disinfect, disinfect, detail, inspect and perform minor repairs on the equipment.
Some Goodwill locations, such as Goodwill Home Medical Equipment in New Jersey, can accept medical equipment, including walkers, wheelchairs and motorized scooters. Below are the medical supplies and biomedical equipment that MedShare accepts. They accept donations of medications such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and antibiotic ointment, as well as unopened packages of many common over-the-counter medications. To make a donation of surplus medical supplies or equipment, or to request more information, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
There are many local organisations you can contact if you wish to donate medical supplies during a national disaster, epidemic or pandemic. There are many people who have surplus medical supplies and do not know what to do with them. There is a process, where donated supplies and donated suitcases are packed in Toronto and delivered, that needs to be followed. Medical collections go to Medical Mission Team, and Worldwide Healing Hands to help quality care for women and children in Uganda, Hatti, Chad and Nepal.
Many organisations also accept medical supplies such as blood pressure cuffs, wheelchairs, shower benches, stethoscopes and hospital beds. Global Links is a medical aid organisation that accepts donations from medical providers, health workers and individuals in the community. These are suitcase-sized kits, pre-packed with basic medical supplies that can be easily transported and checked as luggage on your next trip to a needy community abroad. Help The Children works to provide medical services and supplies to impoverished people around the world.
Call before you donate any medical devices or supplies, and if your local shop can't accept them, here are some options for donating or disposing of them. Suitcases full of medical supplies are sent with travellers to village clinics in remote areas around the world.