EXCITING NEWS - MedWish and Medworks are joining forces!

REPURPOSE.
SAVE LIVES.

We can make a world of difference!

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The Story of MedWish

Founded in 1993, MedWish International is a nonprofit organization that saves lives and the environment by repurposing surplus medical supplies and equipment to provide humanitarian aid to people in need.

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Our Approach

In 2023, MedWish diverted more than 800,000 lbs. of medical surplus from landfills and distributed over 497,000 lbs. of supplies and equipment. These efforts impacted over 1.4 million people across the world.

Get Involved

The large-scale effort MedWish undertakes to deliver urgently needed medical equipment and supplies is built on an infrastructure of incredible supporters: health care systems, logistics partners, volunteers, and stakeholders.

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THE LATEST FROM INSTAGRAM

FROM MEDWISH TO UKRAINE 🇺🇦

Here’s an inside look at the container being packed that is set to help this doctor, and many others, provide aid to those in-country during such a trying time.
There was an unexpected 2023 Honduras Brigade mini-reunion at this year’s Volunteer Appreciation Happy Hour last month! We truly appreciate our wonderful volunteers and love witnessing the bond formed through such a memorable shared experience.
AND THAT’S A WRAP FOR MAY!

We ended the month with more than 46,000 pounds distributed and over 383,000 people served worldwide!

Let’s see what’s to come in June…
Are you looking for a meaningful way to spend your summer? Do you want to make a difference in your community and meet new people? Whether you have a few hours to spare or are looking for a more regular commitment, we have plenty of shifts available.

Visit medwish.org/volunteer to register today!

LOCAL IMPACT DURING EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

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The donations of the purewicks and female external catheters were absolutely amazing and I am beyond words grateful. My mother passed away in the comfort of my home. It was with the help of these donations that allowed me to keep her home and in my care as long as I did.

Danielle, Local & Domestic Giving Program Recipient