Donate Product

Global Links sent this Bolivian hospital dialysis supplies such as those in use here. Providing these materials enables the hospital to expand dialysis services in the region.

Visit Environmental Stewardship in Healthcare for more information on cutting costs and reducing environmental impact through a medical surplus recovery program with Global Links.

To donate medical product or for more information on establishing a medical supply recovery program, please contact Global Links Medical Outreach Manager.

Hospital and Healthcare Facility Donations

Global Links accepts:

  • Single-use supplies dated one year in the future that have had no patient contact (syringes, gauze, sutures, catheters, ambus, etc.).
  • Hospital furnishings, including hospital beds, mattresses, exam tables, cribs, bassinets, stacking chairs, carts and gurneys.
  • Hospital linens and scrubs. Find out how to organize an employee scrub drive.
  • Durable medical equipment (wheelchairs, crutches, canes, nebulizers, etc.)
  • Biomedical equipment in working order. Please complete and return this form to Global Links Medical Outreach Manager with a photo of the equipment.
  • Surgical instruments.

Global Links CANNOT accept:

  • Global Links CANNOT accept:
  • EXPIRED or short-dated supplies or solutions
  • Medications
  • Printer/toner cartridges, film
  • Chemicals, reagents or hazardous waste
  • Gases or gas tanks
  • Exposed sharps
  • Printed materials, forms, brochures, or paper
  • BROKEN furnishings or instruments
  • Experimental or recalled products
  • Human tissue

Home Health Equipment

Global Links collects items from this list. Donations can be dropped off at Global Links Office/Sorting Facility, 700 Trumbull Dr. Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 4:00. These donations may also be dropped off at Construction Junction, 214 N. Lexington St., Pittsburgh 15208, weekdays from 8:00 to 5:00, Saturday 9:00 to 5:00, and Sunday 11:00 to 4:00.

In addition, anyone can support our work and improve global healthcare by organizing a Global Links community collection such as those listed on our Volunteer Page. For information on organizing a community collection, contact Stacy Bodow.