International Medical Equipment Donations

If you have medical supplies to donate, please contact the organizations below prior to shipping any materials to ensure your donation can be utilized. Organizations are listed by alphabetically by state.

Donate to medical outreach efforts
Donate to medical teams for international use


The following organizations accept medical equipment contributions to donate to appropriate medical outreach efforts.*

California

Direct Relief International
Direct Relief International is working to strengthen the in-country health efforts of their partners by providing essential material resources, medicines, supplies, and equipment.

Colorado

Project C.U.R.E.
Project C.U.R.E. is a humanitarian relief organization that collects medical supplies and equipment and donates it to developing countries.

Connecticut

Loupes Around the World
The objective of the foundation is to provide loupes to surgeons in developing countries who do not have the means to obtain them.

Med-Eq
Med-Eq connects donors of medical equipment and supplies with registered non-profit receiving charities.

Remedy
REMEDY, Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World, is dedicated to actively promoting the recovery of unused medical supplies for the purpose of global aid, waste reduction, and cost-effectiveness.

Georgia

MAP International
MAP International is a global leader in supplying clinics and hospitals in developing countries with essential medicines.

MedShare International
MedShare collects surplus medical supplies and used equipment from U. S. hospitals and manufacturers. They process the donated material and make them available to hospitals and clinics overseas in two ways: 1) supplying medical mission teams and 2) direct shipments to international applicant institutions.

Massachusetts

Global Health through Education, Training and Service (GHETS)
GHETS invests in the doctors, nurses and allied health workers on the front lines of efforts to improve the health of the underserved communities.

International Medical Equipment Collaborative (IMEC)
IMEC distributes donated medical equipment, supplies, and support services to doctors, nurses and technologists working in hospitals, clinics, and orphanages in underserved locations worldwide.

Michigan

International Aid
International Aid Mission Resource Center supplies missionaries with clothing, food, over-the-counter medications, surgical items, and personal care products.

LIFE for Relief and Development
LIFE works to provide assistance to people across the globe by offering humanitarian services such as health care and education, as well as catering to casualties of social and economic turmoil, victims of hunger, natural disasters, war, and other catastrophes.

New York

InterVol, Recycling of Unused Medical Supplies (RUMS)
InterVol’s RUMS program saves medical supplies and equipment that otherwise would be destroyed or placed in area landfills and are made available to overseas hospitals and medical clinics that lack access to these badly needed resources.

Ohio

Central American Medical Outreach (CAMO)
CAMO provides medical equipment, community service, supplies, and training to the impoverished regions of Central America.

MedWish International
A non-profit organization dedicated to the recovery, recycling, and redistribution of medical supplies and equipment for humanitarian relief.

Pennsylvania

Brother's Brother Foundation (BBF)
BBF's Medical Program distributes medicines, supplies, and equipment world-wide to health ministries, hospitals, and mission physicians.

Global Links
Global Links recovers surplus medical materials from U.S. hospitals and distributes them to public healthcare institutions, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean, providing an alternative to sending still-useful materials to landfills.

Texas

MediSend International
MediSend International delivers life-saving medical supplies and equipment to those in need in developing countries, and provides valuable education and technical training to help improve community health care conditions.

Medical Bridges Inc.
The mission of Medical Bridges is to bridge the healthcare gap by procuring medical, dental and surgical supplies and equipment for redistribution to qualified organizations and medical missions primarily in the developing world.

Virginia

CrossLink International
Supplies medical materials to relieve suffering in the world's most troubled areas.


The following organizations accept donations of medical goods and distribute them to medical teams for international use.*

Colorado

Project C.U.R.E.
Project C.U.R.E. is a humanitarian relief organization that collects medical supplies and equipment and donates it to developing countries. A C.U.R.E. Kit is a specially prepared box, containing an assortment of medical supplies, medications, and instruments, designed to be hand-carried by a short-term medical team for international use. The purpose is to provide the most common medical and surgical items needed by a short-term medical team.

Georgia

MAP International
MAP International is a global leader in supplying clinics and hospitals in developing countries with essential medicines. The MAP Travel Pack Program offers an assortment of the most critically needed medicines and medical supplies ideal for short-term teams, doctors, nurses and/or church mission groups.

MedShare International
MedShare collects surplus medical supplies and used equipment from U. S. hospitals and manufacturers. They process the donated material and make it available to hospitals and clinics overseas in two ways: 1) supplying medical mission teams and 2) direct shipments to international applicant institutions.

New York

Catholic Medical Mission Board
Through Catholic Medical Mission Board's Medical Supplies for Mission Trips program, they provide needed medicines and supplies free of charge to medical missionaries.

Ohio

MedWish International
A non-profit organization dedicated to the recovery, recycling, and redistribution of medical supplies and equipment for humanitarian relief.

Virginia

CrossLink International
Provides medicines, medical supplies and equipment, and eyeglasses directly to free clinics, mission hospitals, and medical mission teams that treat the sick and injured regardless of race, creed or religion.

*A special thanks to Operation Giving Back for compiling many of the resources shown above. By clicking the links provided, you will be leaving the ASHT International Volunteer Toolkit page. Although ASHT has provided a link to these sites because we believe they contain information and other content that may be of interest to the hand therapy community, ASHT is not responsible for the content or timeliness of these sites. Furthermore, ASHT does not necessarily endorse all statements, opinions or information contained on these sites. Each website’s owners and creators are solely responsible for its content.