What charities accept donated medical equipment?


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ProjectC.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) is a charity that takes donated medical supplies and medical equipment to severely resource-limited communities in order to make diagnostics and treatment possible. It also protects health workers and ensures the best possible outcomes for surgeries and other emergency care.

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What charities accept donated medical equipment?
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ProCURE, one of the leading programs of ProjectC.U.R.E., receives medical supplies and equipment from U.S. hospitals, medical manufacturers, wholesale distributors and individual donors. ProCURE has shipment centers around the country where they take in, process and ship out these generous donations to hospitals, clinics and health centers not just in the U.S., but around the world. ProCURE accepts nearly any item donated, and because of their vast distribution network, almost nothing goes to waste.

ProjectC.U.R.E. has been on the cutting edge of developing ways for donated medical supplies and equipment to be effectively implemented in resource-limited communities around the globe since 1987. Using efficient and accurate inventory systems, supply chain management, expert logistics and strong interpersonal connections around the world, ProjectC.U.R.E. delivers life-saving relief around the world everyday.

Supplies, equipment and even money can be directly donated to ProjectC.U.R.E. by visiting their website, Projectcure.org. When there, users can also take an in-depth look at the current projects being undertaken by the organization.

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