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Pass on your home medical supplies. Perhaps your child has out grown his nebulizer. Maybe you no longer need your diabetic testing machine or have an old walker no one is using. All around the world there are people in need of home medical supplies who cannot afford them. Many of these people may live right in your hometown. Why not donate your unused and unwanted home medical supplies and help others in need.

In many cities and town there are well known places to drop of donated items of all types. Call your local charity organization that accepts drop offs and inquire about donating home medical equipment. You can free up some much needed space in your home and put a smile on someone’s face at the same time.

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Want to go a step further in helping those in need. First. Make a list of the types of home medical supplies that may be most needed by individuals who cannot afford them. If you are not sure which items are most in demand, call your local shelter or charitable organization and ask. You may find a need for wheel chairs, nebulizers, spacers, walking aids, seat lifts, adjustable beds, sugar testing machines, adult diapers, crutches, bathroom products, braces, rehabilitation equipment, and more.

Learn what home medical supplies your friends, family members, and associates are storing and no longer need. Appoint yourself the official collector and go to each person’s home, collecting any still useable, but no longer needed, home medical supplies. Remember, even if you are only able to collect a few pieces of equipment every few months or so, you are still helping. Every bit of help counts, as it is better to help one person than no one at all. Take the home medical supplies to your local drop of location. You’ll feel great that you helped and someone out there will be incredibly happy that you did as well.

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