MedShare Headquarters & Southeast Region Distribution & Volunteer Center

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Headquarters & Southeast Region Distribution & Volunteer Center

Welcome to MedShare’s Headquarters and Southeast Distribution and Volunteer Center! As a result of A.B. Short and Bob Freeman’s vision, we began our mission of bridging the gap between surplus and need in 1998. We’ve since served the Southeast by partnering with local hospitals and saving tons of medical supplies from landfills. To date, we’ve shipped over 1,400 containers of medical supplies and equipment to countries in need. Below, you will find information on our facility location, how to support our mission (you can volunteer or donate), news on recent and upcoming projects and events, hospital partners, and key staff.

  • Jill Paris and Ariana Zibilich, former Co-Chairs, Southeast Regional Council

 


Events

Join us for next year’s Kaleidoscope!

 

 

The second annual Kaleidoscope was truly a night to remember!

We presented the MedShare Humanitarian Award Honoree to Dr. Simeon Afolayan, the Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, and the Global Humanitarian Award to The UPS Foundation.

We encourage you to support this year’s Kaleidoscope event in September! Contact Clinton Lewis for more details.

 


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Volunteering

Welcome, Southeast volunteers! When you give your time to MedShare, you’re impacting global health. The supplies you sort will save lives across the world and the communities we serve thank you!

Click here to sign up to volunteer at MedShare’s Southeast Distribution & Volunteer Center

 

 

For more information on MedShare’s Southeastern region please contact Alvaro McRae at volunteergeorgia@medshare.org

 

Contact

Headquarters & Southeast Region Distribution & Volunteer Center

3240 Clifton Springs Road
Decatur, GA 30034 USA
770-323-5858

 

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