Afya collects and delivers critically needed surplus medical supplies, hospital equipment, and humanitarian provisions for acute and ongoing health crises worldwide. Website offers instruction for donating and for requesting supplies.
AmeriCares gives disaster relief and humanitarian medical aid to people in crisis in the USA and around the world.
Direct Relief International
Direct Relief’s assistance programs focus on maternal and child health, the prevention and treatment of disease, and emergency preparedness and response, and are tailored to the particular circumstances and needs of the world’s most vulnerable and at-risk populations.
Crosslink Memphis, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian medical mission supply ministry.
Heart to Heart International
HHI provides medicine and equipment to clinics in the US and by outfitting international medical teams with the supplies they need. The Custom Order Program allows selection of specific medicines and supplies to a team for short-term or long-term international medical projects. Qualifying organizations can choose from a variety of medicines, supplies and equipment from leading manufacturers like BD, Johnson & Johnson, Welch Allyn and more. HHI also provides a standardized kit for disaster medical relief work, the " Ready Relief Box" containing items like: OTC pain relievers, antibiotics, topical creams, re-hydration salts, antacids, allergy medications and first-aid supplies.
International Medical Equipment Collaborative (IMEC)
IMEC provides equipment for health care, agriculture, and education projects in developing countries.
International Medical Relief Foundation
The International Medical Relief Foundation (IMRF) collects surplus medical supplies and equipment for distribution to developing countries around the world. It has been created and managed by groups of Rotarians and non-Rotarians in the Mid Hudson Valley area of New York state. Acting as a clearinghouse, the IMRF collects and recycles surplus and outdated medical and surgical goods from hospitals, clinics, manufacturers and individual physicians for shipment to public and charitable institutions. The distribution in the receiving country is supervised by volunteers, through the Rotary International network. This assists in the reduction of medical waste while improving the health of communities worldwide.
MAP International enables healthcare agencies and medical missions to procure much needed medicines and supplies to serve poor communities worldwide.
"Medical Bridges (R) recovers medical surplus that would otherwise be discarded and redistributes it to hospitals, clinics and healthcare providers in less fortunate countries. Our goal is to continue bridging the healthcare gap, connecting those who have with those who hope."
MediSend International programs are specifically designed to meet the needs and challenges of developing country hospitals, and include: (1) certified training and education in biomedical equipment technology; (2) test and repair laboratories; (3) technical support (4) the distribution of medical supplies and biomedical equipment . Recently, MediSend International held graduation ceremonies for biomedical technician trainees from hospitals in Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Papua New Guinea, Haiti and Peru. They had the unique opportunity to train in the MediSend Biomedical Repair Training Program.
"MedShare is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving healthcare and the environment through the efficient recovery and redistribution of the surplus of medical supplies and equipment to those most in need. We collect surplus medical supplies and equipment from hospitals, distributors and manufacturers, and then redistributes it to qualified healthcare facilities in the developing world. We also outfit medical missions and safety net clinics in both the U.S. and abroad."
Partnership for Quality Medical Donations
The Partnership for Quality Medical Donations is an alliance of non-profit and corporate organizations committed to bringing measurable health impact to under-served and vulnerable people through active engagement with global partners and local communities.
Project C.U.R.E. is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world.