Your generous contributions are the fuel for our mission, and help millions of people around the world!
MedShare has the utmost respect for its donors and acts with integrity in its fundraising processes. Below are the ways you can make a difference at MedShare.
Your generous contributions provide us with funds necessary to ship medical supplies, operate biomedical training and repair programs, and manage the MedShare MedTeam store that provides valuable medical supplies to free and safety net clinics and medical missions locally and globally. Your gift will save lives, heal communities and protect the environment.
Your investment can enable more medical professionals to effectively provide care to their patients around the world, fund our biomedical team to train more providers in how to use new technology, support our safety-net clinic practitioners so they can care for vulnerable communities, and so much more. Learn more today.
Did you know if may be possible to support MedShare through your estate plans, all while preserving wealth for your heirs and potentially avoiding costly estate taxes? Learn more...
Please join us in giving medical supplies a second life that saves lives! We invite groups and individuals to volunteer at one of three locations in Atlanta, San Francisco, and Secaucus. Whatever your skills, we will put them to good use.
MedShare's recovery efforts save thousands of pounds of surplus medical supplies and equipment from landfills and incinerators that, for various regulatory reasons, hospitals and medical companies must discard. We accept donations of unused, unexpired medical surplus supplies and used biomedical equipment through our hospital recovery program and corporate product donations.
"Because lives have been changed around the world, many of them in areas with Kimberly-Clark operations, we are proud to continue our support of this outstanding organization's mission..."
Last year we collected and diverted1,692,629 lbs of reusable medical supplies & equipment from local landfills https://t.co/ySb9UtFBIK