MSA Accredited Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations have the expertise and facilities required to collect, assess, store, manage and ship requested products to where they can do the most good. The following MSROs partner with government agencies, disaster responders, donors, and non-profits to support US communities impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as supporting humanitarian crises recovery efforts around the world. Contact us if you need help or want to help.
Medical Bridges is teaming up with Brothers Brother Foundation (BBF) in its ongoing Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. BBF, a nonprofit headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, offered assistance to Medical Bridges once it was announced that Houston would be significantly affected by Harvey. Collaborating with another nonprofit, Gleaning for the World, BBF has sent a truckload of very specific supplies requested by Medical Bridges that will supplement our inventory and allow us to continue providing much-needed items to various locations around Houston.Visit the HSMO website to read more.
Eric Talbert, Western Director provided a Harvey response update to ABC’s bay area affiliate. In addition to describing MedShare’s work, Eric also recognized the supporters that make it possible. “Thanks to our supporters, volunteers and financial backers we are up to the challenge.” Watch the story: Convoy of San Leandro trucks to bring supplies to Harvey victims.
The Dispensary of Hope was able to secure additional medication at the request of our existing sites in TX. Part of this medication has been delivered and part is on hold in the distribution center in Nashville. Dispensary of Hope COO Josh Kravitz reports that all of their pharmaceutical access sites withstood the storm, many had severe shipping delays and the sites outside Houston are seeing an influx of patients.