Medical Equipment and Drug Donations
The purpose of this web site is to provide individuals assistance in finding charities or service organizations willing to accept donations of unused medications and durable medical goods.
Many individuals during their lives may have experienced the death of a family member or friend. These individuals may have just filled their prescriptions or purchased medical supplies for the ill person. You may be the one responsible for the disposition of these items after the person has died and you don't know what your options are. Certain drugs and supplies can be used at free clinics in the
- Medications need to be in the original package or bottle so the pills and strength can be identified.
- The medication cannot be expired to use in the
other countries and missions may be able to use expired medications. USA;
- WhoMever dispenses the meds, such as the free clinic, cannot charge for the medications or medical equipment.
- If in a “bubble package”, it must be unopened.
- No clinics accept narcotics.
Durable Medical Goods
Examples: walkers, wheelchairs, beds, canes, unopened dressing packages, unused oxygen tubing, etc.
Clinics that Accept Donations
1510 Doctor Ct
They will take anything, from medications to durable medical goods. Their patients have many needs and they would be happy to accept almost anything. To donate, just call them or drop off when they are open.
Monday and Wednesday, 7:30 AM to 2 PM
Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 AM to 4 PM
No Fridays or weekends
Will take medical supplies, excluding chemicals. To view a list of what they will and will not take go to: http://www.svdpappleton.org/
Fr. Carr’s Place 2B
Will take medical supplies and drugs, excluding narcotics.
Larsen-Winchester Lions Club - Medical Loan Closet
Calumet County Health Department and Home Health Care / Hospice
206 Court Street
Will take any Durable Medical Equipment (including lift chairs) in good working order.
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 Main Street
1212 Teckla Place
920-849-4941 or 920-894-4943
Will take any medical equipment including prosthetic devices and pacemakers.