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Where to Donate Wheelchairs and Walkers Near Me (2023): Complete Directory of National & State Programs

By Maurice

Empower Lives: Know where to donate wheelchairs and walkers today! Wheelchairs are an essential mobility aid for many people, including the elderly, those with limited mobility and even those recovering from an injury. They come in all shapes, sizes and many different models allowing you the option to choose one that suits your requirements and budget.

Not everyone can afford a good quality wheelchair due to many reasons, including financial constraints. In fact, there are over 75 million people who need wheelchairs but are unable to purchase one. If you have a wheelchair, walker or other mobility aids lying idle, think about donating them to those who need them. Doing so will not only help clear up storage space for you but also help those who desperately need them to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.

Right now you may be wondering where to donate wheelchairs and walkers near me. In this article, we list down some of the many organizations that accept donations for medical equipment and help them find a new home where they are desperately required.

Where to Donate Wheelchairs and Walkers Near Me

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Hope Haven International Ministries’ goal is to deliver wheelchairs to people in desperate need of them around the world. They collect, clean, repair, and box donated wheelchairs and equipment. A dedicated group of professionals – therapists, rehab specialists, volunteers – travel from around the world to help custom fit each wheelchair to the recipient.

When you donate your new and gently used items, local Goodwill organizations sell them in stores or on and use the revenue generated to provide valuable employment training and job placement services for people in your community.

The Pass It On Center continues to create national and state resources to foster the safe, effective and appropriate reuse of assistive technology so that people with disabilities can get affordable AT they need in order to live, learn, work and play more independently in communities of their choice. Select your state and find organizations that might accept wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment and made them available to people who need them.

UCP recycles gently used durable medical equipment to families and adults who are in need of this equipment for free. You can view photos of available equipment on the Cecily’s Closet Facebook page.

Matthew 25 Ministries accepts product donations from corporations, organizations nationwide, including items that are misprinted, slightly damaged, over-stocked or gently used. These donations are sorted in warehouses and then redistributed to the poorest of the poor and disaster victims in the United States and around the world. Matthew 25 Ministries accepts almost all kind of products including hospital supplies. Call 513-793-6256 regarding donation questions. For individual donors, they collect and distribute in Ohio.

Triumph Foundation’s Exchange section is designed to pair people who are in need of adapted equipment & supplies with people who have unneeded durable medical goods to donate. If you have some equipment you don’t need anymore, create an ad on Triumph Foundation’s Exchange section.

REquipment accepts durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and more, that is gently used and generally less than 3 years old. Equipment should be in good condition or easily repaired. Please complete this Donation Form if you have any equipment to donate.

Advocates for World Health accepts and provide medical products to clinics and hospitals worldwide. AWH achieves this by reallocating medical product to organizations that provide health care services. By redirecting usable medical supplies to health care providers and preventing viable equipment from entering the waste stream, AWH lowers the overhead costs of hospitals and relief agencies, strengthens the health care delivery system, and promotes eco-friendly practices. To donate equipment, fill this form.

Project C.U.R.E. is the world’s largest distributor of donated medical relief. if you’re someone who wants to make an impact, you can donate directly or even volunteer at one of their many distribution centres.

CURE accepts financial and material contributions such as medical and DME equipment for medical mission efforts throughout the world. Email them for more instructions on how you can donate medical equipment.

Global Mobility USA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit humanitarian organization committed to serving the needs of persons with disabilities around the world who are in need of a free wheelchair or other mobility assistance. accepts donations of ambulatory aid including wheelchairs*, wheelchair parts, walkers, canes, crutches, ramps, as well as PT/OT equipment.

Donate wheelchairs to veterans through the Salvation Army’s veteran, children, and disabled community’s support program. The charitable organization runs multiple programs geared toward helping individuals improve their quality of life, including rehabilitation center, a shelter and various other programs for the underprivileged to help them make ends meet.

The American Red Cross accepts donations in various shapes and forms including household goods, medical equipment and mobility aids such as wheelchairs and walkers. They also run a very efficient donation collection process called Green Drop. You can either pack your donations and drop it off at one of the Green Drop locations or arrange a free pickup.

Joni & Friends runs a program called Wheels for the World, through which it collects wheelchairs and distributes it among disabled individuals in developing countries. Under the programs, you can donate all types of wheelchairs, including manual, electric-powered, lightweight, heavy-duty and even transport chairs.

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Wheels of Hope collects, reconditions, and gives free wheelchairs, walking aids and related durable medical equipment to those in great need in developing or recovering nations. Only collect wheelchair if you live within 25 miles radius. Have to ship to them otherwise

MedWish International is a non-profit organization dedicated to the recovery, recycling, and redistribution of medical supplies and equipment for humanitarian relief.

LifeNets is another charitable organization that collects wheelchairs for those with limited mobility under its wheelchair program. The organization’s goal is to ensure that wheelchairs not in use find their way into the lives of those who need them most and can benefit from them. You can visit their website to find out more information about the company, or you can visit the organization’s donate a wheelchair page to make a donation today.

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Christmas Charities Year Round provides basic living needs year-round, as well as Christmas gifts, all at no costs. They accept donations of wheelchairs, rollators, walkers, electric scooters, knee scooters, shower chairs, and bedside commodes.

  • 3054 Leeman Ferry Road Southwest Suite P&Q, Hunstville, Alabama
  • (256) 837-2373

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At Alaska Center for Children and Adults mobility equipment is available for loan to community members. A deposit is required, but is refundable if equipment is returned within 3 months. The equipment they accept and donate includes Wheelchairs, Bariatric Wheelchair, Walker, Knee Walker, Crutches, and Canes. Due to limited space, they might not accept/have equipment all the time.

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  • 1020 Barnette St, Fairbanks, Alaska
  • (907) 456-4003

Access Alaska‘s loan closet provides assistive technology and adaptive equipment (e.g. wheelchairs, transfer benches, magnifiers, hospital beds, commodes, walkers, grab bars) to individuals with disabilities to increase their safety and independence in their homes and the community. If you have bigger equpiment such as hospital beds, consider donating them.

  • 1217 East 10th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska
  • 907-248-4777

The R.E.A.L Project is a one-stop collection distribution point for donated used medical equipment. After picking up equipment, they perform minor repairs and upgrade the equipment. Equipment can include manual and power wheelchairs, bedside commodes, shower chairs, electric and manual hospital beds, portable wheelchair ramps, seat lift chairs, breathing equipment, cane, crutches, walkers, hearing impaired telephones, and other durable medical equipment.

  • 805 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Alaska
  • 334.699.7727

Alaska Medical Missions provides medical resources and professional support to communities in need around the world. MM receives donations of fully functioning medical supplies and equipment from a number of sources, including military hospitals, manufacturers, private medical facilities and individuals.

  • 1805 Academy Drive, Anchorage, Alaska
  • (907) 522-7202

Hospice and Home Care of Juneau welcome donations of medical equipment in good or new condition. HHCJ has an extensive loan closet of medical equipment which can be provided to individuals for temporary use such as walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, transfer benches, shower chairs, and commodes.

  • 1803 Glacier Hwy, Juneau, Alaska
  • 907-463-6100

The ACE Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides medical equipment and supplies to help people regain their mobility and independence through a lending closet. When equipment is donated, they inspect for repairs and sanitize prior to loaning the equipment out. ACE Austin’s Compassionate Exchange is located in the Mat-Su Valley.

  • Alaska
  • 907-2324848

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The goal of the Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange hosted by AzTAP is to put Assistive Technology, adapted equipment or Durable Medical Equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.

  • Arizona
  • 602-776-4670 or 800-477-9921

Arizona Chapter Paralyzed Veterans of America has one of the largest Loan Closets in the state of Arizona. They serve Veterans and families of Veterans who are unable to obtain the equipment through the VA or their insurance, at no cost. After Veterans, they are also able to provide equipment to the community for those who can’t afford it or insurance doesn’t cover. AZPVA accepts equipment that is new or gently used and less than five years old. Equipment must be in good working condition or easily repaired.

  • 1001 E Fairmount Ave, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 602-244-9168

The Southwest Lending Closet is a 501(c)(3) organization. They have a durable medical equipment lending closet. Donations to the Closet go directly to the sole mission of lending durable medical equipment. Donations of medical equipment are accepted during regular business hours too.

  • 218 N Central Avenue, Avondale, Arizona
  • 623-932-1016

Foothills Caring Corps have a variety of useful items and depending on availability, they can lend walkers, wheelchairs, commodes, canes, transfer chairs, crutches, knee scooters and other items. They accept donations of equipment and services.

  • 7275 E. Easy St. Suite B-101, Carefree, Arizona
  • (480) 488-1105

Simple equipment needed for everyday life after an injury, surgery or condition is a forgotten cost to recovery. St. Vincent de Paul maintains a lending closet of such equipment. There are several ways to donate to St. Vincent de Paul: you can make a monetary donation, arrange a planned gift, donate goods or food, or even donate a vehicle.

  • 420 W. Watkins Rd., Mesa, Arizona
  • 602.850.6748

SMILE Independent Living Center takes all types of donations: Cash, Checks, Endowment/Trust, Assistive Technology/Equipment, Products, to Volunteer Time. Accepted donated products consist of Equipment, shower chairs to magnifiers and any other devices that can be used to better and improve the lives of people with disabilities.

  • 1929 South Arizona Avenue Suite #11, Yuma, Arizona
  • (928) 575-6671

Resurrection Street Ministry, Inc. accepts and donates mobility equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs and more. They also have a picking up option where they will pick up donations from your home or business. RSMAZ works with PVA in Arizona and has a direct relationship with the Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 8 in Mesa, AZ providing accessory equipment and other things for many of the 2,800 Chapter members of Chapter 8.

  • 1135 E. Main Street, Mesa, Arizona
  • (480) 615-2799

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If you have a manual or power wheelchair or other durable medical equipment (walker, hospital bed, therapeutic cushion) in good working, consider donating to Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission. ASCC has 10 Regional Equipment Recycling Centers located around the state. They are, however, unable to accept braces or other equipment that is custom fitted to individual, medical supplies that have been opened or items not frequently used by individuals with spinal cord disabilities.

  • 5800 W 10th St, Suite 108, Little, Arkansas
  • 1-800-459-1517

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Able People Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Public Benefit Charitable Organization that provides mobility equipment at no charge to low-income seniors and individuals with physical limitations. APF receives donated equipment from individuals that no longer need it, turns around and gives it to the people who do need it.

  • 16495 Topping Way, Los Gatos, California
  • 408-263-8000

Helping Hands Senior Foundation has a Loan Closet as a free community resource where people may borrow basic medical equipment such as wheelchairs, power mobility equipment, walkers, crutches, canes, beds and bathroom safety items. They accept donations of equipment, however, their delivery or pick-up for any medical equipment is coordinated through volunteers and may not always be available. Please contact them directly for details.

  • PO Box 370396 Reseda, California
  • 818-279-6580

Marin Medical Equipment Recyclers is a locally run volunteer non-profit based in San Rafael. They accept donations of clean, useable medical equipment and supplies and give them to individuals in the community who need them.

  • 3100 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, California
  • 415-388-8198

The Durable Medical Equipment Aid Society promotes the re-use of durable medical equipment and ensures a growing inventory and continuous flow of gently-used donated mobility and bath care durable medical equipment. If you or anyone you know has any durable medical equipment, as well as medical and incontinent supplies available to donate, please call or text 818-298-9893

  • Tarzana, California
  • 818-298-9893

Disability Action Center accepts donation of Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment that is in clean, functional condition. After sanitizing the equipment, items are stored and redistributed to the clients as appropriate for their personal needs.

  • 1161 East Ave, Chico, California
  • 530-893-8527

Easterseals Superior California accepts, restore, repair and loan equipment to members of the community.

  • 3205 Hurley Way, Sacramento, California
  • (916) 485-6711

The Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities is a private, nonprofit corporation located in San Mateo, California. If you have an item or items that you would like to donate, please contact them to make arrangements to drop the item(s) off. They accept donations of wheelchairs, 4 Wheel Rollator Walkers, Electric Scooters, Bath Chairs & Benches, Stairlifts & Porchlift Elevators, and other items.

  • 2001 Winward Way Suite 103, San Mateo, California
  • 1 650-645-1780

Wheels of Mercy is a 501(c)3 Public Charity that collects used wheelchairs, repairs and refurbishes them, and delivers those wheelchairs free of charge, to people who need but cannot afford them.

  • 868 S Havenwood Cir, Orange, California
  • 1 714-538-6400

Independent Living Center of Kern County’s Repair and ReUse program provides pre-owned durable medical equipment to people with disabilities at no cost. Durable medical equipment can be any equipment that provides therapeutic benefits to a patient in need because of certain medical conditions and/or illnesses. Please call 661.325.1063 to speak with the AT Department regarding donating equipment such as wheelchairs for the Repair and ReUse program.

  • 5251 Office Park Dr # 200, Bakersfield, California
  • 1 661-325-1063

FREED’s reuse program promotes independence by connecting people with the medical items they need. They offer refurbished medical equipment to seniors and individuals with disabilities free of charge. Items are donated from the community and refurbished by volunteers. Examples of the equipment include Wheelchairs, walkers, mobility devices, transfer boards, shower chairs, toilet seats, hospital beds, canes, and much more.

  • 435 Sutton Way, Grass Valley, California
  • (530) 477-3333

Able Advocates equipment closet provides services and equipment to children special needs. Donate them today to make a difference and support children with special needs.

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  • 4175 W Sierra Madre Ave., Fresno, California
  • 1 559-681-0734

AbleCloset is a “loaner” program, designed to provide equipment for children that are unable to obtain the needed equipment through other means or to be used while waiting for their equipment to be approved. Equipment can be dropped off at their warehouse located at Santa Clara at 1815 Walsh Ave. Hours are typically 10 am – 11 am on the first and third weekend of each month.

  • 1815 Walsh Ave, Santa Clara, California
  • 1 650-539-4437

Age Well is a nonprofit 501 C3 organisation located in Lake Forest, California. Since 1975, they have been providing critical programs, services, & resources to seniors in Orange County.

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The network of vital services at Age Well includes Meals on Wheels, Senior Center lunch programs, Non-emergency medical transportation, case management health & Wellness programs. They accept wheelchairs and walkers and provide them to seniors throughout south Orange County, California.

  • 23101 Lake Center Drive, Suite 325 Lake, Forest, California
  • 949-855-8033

Almost everything medical that a person could use in their homes such as briefs, apnea machines, bedrails, blood pressure monitors, canes, commodes, crutches, cushions, diabetes monitors and strips,  eyeglasses, gait belts, gauze, hearing aids, batteries for hearing aids, Hoyer lifts, incontinence washes and creams, ice machines, lambswool, medical tape, nebulizers, orthopaedic boots, oxygen concentrators, quad canes, reachers, scales, slings, shower chairs, sock aids, tub transfer benches, wigs, walkers, rollators, wheelchairs are accepted at ReCares – a non-profit organization. After collecting these items ReCares distributes them to people who need them.

  • 2619 Broadway, Oakland, California
  • 510 251-2273

VNA Health only community resource in Santa Barbara County offering free short-term loans of basic medical equipment. Most small medical equipment is accepted at VNA Health as long as it is in good condition. Due to limited storage space, large items such as hospital beds cannot be donated.

  • 512 E Gutierrez St Santa Barbara, California
  • 805.965.5555

The mission of Share the Care is to impact Napa County older adults with advice and advocacy so resources are accessed, problems are solved and funds are allocated for health, well-being and quality of life. They accept and donate gently-used DME. Everything from hospital beds to pull ups.

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  • 1100 Trancas St. Suite 105, Napa, California
  • (707) 309-1414



Colorado Medical Supply Rescue and Exchange is a medical supply lending closet. Items are listed in the “photos” section, and descriptions list sizes and applicable information on their Facebook page.

  • Colorado

Broomfield Loan Closet provide short-term assistance for those recovering from a recent surgery or temporary disability. Equipment donations are accepted only with prior approval. For more information, please contact 303.464.5543.

  • 280 Spader Way, Broomfield, Colorado
  • (303) 416 6073

Dave’s Locker is a free community medical equipment service that loans crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, shower stools, grab bars, canes, knee scooters, bathroom aids (and much more) to anyone in need. They accept donations of these items.

  • 7903 Allison Way, Arvada, Colorado
  • 720.624.6486

Dominican Home Health Agency provide quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their homes. They accept donations of Durable Medical Equipment, however, currently only accepting bath benches, bedside commodes, and hospital beds. For all other items, loan closet is at capacity.

  • 2501 N Gaylord St, Denver, Colorado
  • 1 303-322-1413

Tri-Lakes Cares is a community-based, volunteer-supported, resource centre whose purpose is to improve people’s lives through emergency, self-sufficiency and relief programs. Donations of durable medical equipment support their DME Loan Closet, which is available to anyone in the community at no cost who has a temporary need for a piece of durable medical equipment.

  • 235 Jefferson St, Jefferson Monument, Colorado
  • 1 719-481-4864

Goodwill Health, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, accepts all types of equipment and supplies related to health care. They have a list of supplies they don’t accept.

  • Street, Loveland, Colorado 80537, 2393 W 27th St, Ste 528, Greeley
  • 970) 624-6002

Assistance League of Denver loans wheelchairs, walkers, canes, bath benches, toilet risers and other medical equipment free of charge to those in need.  Click HERE to see full list of equipment acceptable and available.

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  • 6265 E. Evans Avenue Suite 8, Denver, Colorado
  • (720) 638-3650

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AZ Pawn’s Gift of Mobility collects unwanted motorized wheelchairs and scooters, refurbishing them, and giving them away at the holiday season at no cost to the disabled who cannot afford them.

  • Alaska
  • 907-2324848

Special Care Equipment Exchange accepts donations of used canes, walkers, shower chairs, manual wheelchairs, commodes, and other assistive medical items. This expensive equipment, not always covered by insurance, is made available, free-of-charge, to community members in need.

  • 2150 Corbin Ave New britain, Connecticut
  • 860-223-2761

Worldwide Lighthouse Missions strives to support persons in need throughout the world through various programs. They accept donations of new or gently used medical equipment. Please call ahead to make sure they will accept your donation.

  • 1007 Main St, Manchester, Connecticut
  • 1 860-645-4141

Mae’s Closet is a durable medical equipment lending bank serving the Greater New Haven area. They lend and accept donations of gently used medical equipment. All of the inventory is sanitized and inspected for safety.

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  • 30 Gillies Road, Hamden, Connecticut
  • (203) 230-8994

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OxyPros Plus accepts medical equipment no longer needed or being used by people in our community. Items such as nebulizers, CPAPs, wheelchairs, walkers, and oxygen tanks will be cleaned, refurbished, tested, and be available when those less fortunate have a need with no means to pay. At no cost to the patient, OxyPros Plus employees will deliver and instruct them on the proper usage of the equipment.

  • Alaska
  • 907-2324848

Henderson Haven, Inc receive donations of durable medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, etc. These items are not resold, but, instead, are made available to the community to whoever may need them.

  • 772 Foxridge Center, Orange Park, Florida
  • 904-264-2522

Brandon Outreach Clinic accept donations of medical equipment and supplies – Please call ahead to make sure they accept the item at 813-654-1388.

  • 517 N. Parsons Avenue, Brandon, Florida
  • 813-654-1388

The Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation Health Equipment Lending Program makes a wide variety of health and mobility equipment available to the community through free, no-time-limit loans of donated equipment. This program depends on donations of used equipment, which they then clean, repair, and distribute.

  • 4676 N Wickham Rd,Melbourne, Florida
  • 1 321-253-4430

The ALS Florida Chapter collaborates with two durable medical equipment companies. Once contacted about a donation, the Chapter will send a formal request via email to arrange for pick up of the equipment. Once the DME company has picked up the equipment and ALS have received confirmation, the Chapter will send you an acknowledgement letter as a way to say “Thank you” for your kind donation to the Program.

  • 3242 Parkside Center Circle,Tampa, Florida
  • 813-637-9000

We Care of Lake County accepts donations of durable medical equipment, which will be used to help needy patients recover, rehabilitate, and resume their lives with independence.

  • 4709 N Hwy 19A, Mount Dora, Florida
  • 352-742-0021

Seniors First accepts the donation of new and used medical equipment, refurbishing it to pass it forward to people (at little or no cost to the recipient) recommended to them by various social service and medical sources.

  • 5395 LB McLeod Road, Orlando, Florida
  • 407-292-0177

CIL Jacksonville is a Center for Independent Living that empowers people with disabilities to live independent, self-empowered lives. CIL Jacksonville accepts donations of medical equipment in clean and functional condition. CIL Jacksonville does not accept needles, medications, oxygen concentrators or tanks. Donations can be made during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM).

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  • 2709 Art Museum Drive, Jacksonville, Florida
  • (904) 399-8484

FAAST is the assistive technology program for Florida. Their Mission is to improve the quality of life for all Floridians with disabilities through AT. The programs at FAAST include Lending Library, AT Exchange Classifieds, Financial Loans, Resue, and more. For more information Email or Call toll free number (850) 487-3278 or 1-844-FL-FAAST (353-2278)

  • 820 E Park Ave, D-200, Tallahasse, Florida
  • (877) 506-2723

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Friends of Disabled Adults and Children provide refurbished durable medical equipment for adults and children in need. They accept donations of equipment that are cleaned, refurbished and repaired by volunteers.

  • 4900 Lewis Road Mountain, Georgia
  • 770-491-9014

As a STAR Network Hub, Walton Options is always in need of items that can be refurbished, sanitized and given back out to the community. The most needed items include wheelchairs, walkers, rollators, transfer tub benches, shower chairs, adult diapers, bed chux as well as other durable medical equipment.

  • 948 Walton Way Augusta, Georgia
  • 803-279-9611

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Amicus receives donation of all kind of medical equipment and send overseas for use in places desperate for medical care.

  • 4217 Waipua Street, Kilauea Hawaii
  • (+66) 87 937-8480

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Disability Action Center helps people find manual wheelchairs, power chairs/scooters, bath benches/seats, commodes, lift recliners, tablets or laptop computers, and smartphones/iPods, ramps, support bars, transfer boards, canes, crutches, and walkers. Disability Action Center NW welcomes donations of equipment in clean, working condition and does not need repair of any kind.

  • 505 N Main St. Moscow, Idaho
  • 1 208-883-0523

Hands of Hope Northwest is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. They accept serviceable medical, surgical, orthopaedic, and dental equipment and supplies, along with walkers, wheelchairs, crutches and other items.

  • 1201 S. Powerline Rd. Nampa, Idaho
  • (208) 461-1473

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The Addison Fire District H.E.L.P. program collects, cleans and repairs used medical equipment for a short-term loan to those in need.  Re-using the equipment creates savings not only for the individuals but also for the environment.

  • 10 S Addison Rd. Addison, Illinois
  • 630-628-3100

LIFE Center for Independent Living (LIFE CIL) maintains an equipment loan closet that loans out certain durable medical equipment such as walkers, manual wheelchairs, canes, crutches, commodes, raised toilet seats, shower chairs and more. They accept donations of these items as well as financial donations. LIFE CIL also offers a variety of services to individuals with disabilities in DeWitt, Ford, Livingston and McLean Counties in Illinois.

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  • 2201 Eastland Drive, Suite 1, Bloomington, Illinois
  • (888) 543-3245

If you have any equipment or supplies that are gently used, yet usable, please get in touch with Allie the OT. While they no longer accept donations directly, they may be able to direct you to an individual or organization in need.

  • 2201 Eastland Dr # 1, Bloomington, Illinois
  • 1 309-663-5433

Through an equipment pool, Cure SMA loans necessary medical equipment free of charge. If you wish to donate equipment to the pool, please email or call 800.886.1762.

  • 925 Busse Road, Elk Grove Village, Illinois
  • 800.886.1762

Heart to Heart offers a medical lending closet. Items available include walkers, with and without wheels, crutches, wheelchairs, and portable commodes. Donations of medical equipment in good condition are also accepted.

  • 6214 N. Glenwood Ave, Chicago, Illinois
  • 773.764.3621

The St. John’s Medical Loan Closet aims to help our neighbours by temporarily lending mobility equipment at no charge. They accept donations of clean, working medical equipment.

  • 795 Franklin Avenue PO Box 246, Bandon, Illinois
  • (541) 347-2152

The mission of Infinitec’s DME project is to provide a durable medical equipment resource to benefit children and adults with permanent or temporary disabilities and to provide an outlet for individuals to donate durable medical equipment.

  • Illinois
  • 708.444.8460

Senior Care Volunteer Network Of McHenry County accepts good quality durable medical equipment. The equipment is then made available to the senior community at no-cost and for as long as needed.

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  • 42 East St Ste C, Crystal Lake, Illinois
  • 1 815-455-3120

Oneighty Church accepts donation of medical equipment such as wheelchairs and walker and lends, free of charge, the equipment to everyone who needs it in the surrounding area.

  • 12950 LAWRENCE ROAD, P.O. BOX 865, STERLING, Illinois
  • 815-989-8541

Orland Township’s Nurses’ Closet provides residents with medical equipment at no cost for a 60-day period. Due to space limitations and infectious disease control requirements, we can only accept the following equipment: walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, shower chairs, unopened disposable pads and adult incontinence products.

  • 14807 South Ravinia Ave. Orland Park, Illinois
  • 708-403-4222

Options provides free equipment loans to individuals with disabilities. They accept items such as wheelchairs, rollators, walkers, canes, bed rails, c-pap and bi-pap machines, and other reusable medical equipment.

PACE Center for Independent Living maintains a lending closet that loans out equipment such as manual wheelchairs, crutches, commodes, shower chairs, reachers, walkers, canes, grab bars and more. They accept donations of these items as well as financial donations.

  • 1317 E. Florida Ave., Urbana, Illinois
  • (217)-344-5433

Senior Care Volunteer Network is the largest medical equipment loan closet in McHenry County. They take donations of most equipment, however, hospital beds, lift chairs, scooters, or other mechanical items are not accepted. if you have an item that they do not take, contact them and they can try to connect you to other resources.

  • 42 East Street. Suite C, Crystal Lake, Illinois
  • (815) 455-3120

Patty Turner Center offers the FREE services of a Lending Closet which houses light, medical equipment and can be utilized by center’s members and residents from Deerfield, Bannockburn, Riverwoods and Lincolnshire. Items that they carry and lend out include: wheelchairs, transport chairs, shower benches, raised toilet seats, commodes, canes, walkers and crutches. Donations of such items are graciously accepted.

  • Patty Turner Center 375 Elm St, Deerfield, Illinois
  • 847-940-4010

Lee County Council on Aging is a multi-purpose non-profit social service agency offering an array of programs and services to Lee County residents. They offer a small medical loan closet that is filled with things like walkers, canes, crutches, wheelchairs, etc. They don’t accept or provide anything that touches a private area (toiletseat risers, commodes, shower chairs, etc)

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  • 100 W. 2nd St., Dixon, Illinois
  • (815) 288-9236

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Donated and recycled durable medical equipment is available for loan to ALS Indiana Chapter’s patients, based on medical and financial need, and is free of charge. They accept donations of quality medical goods to maintain the loan closet inventory.

  • 7202 E. 87th Street – Suite 102, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • (317) 915-9888

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Easterseals Iowa loans refurbished medical equipment at a nominal fee to individuals with disabilities or illness. The Equipment Loan program operates solely through donations of good quality durable medical equipment.  We accept items in good to excellent condition.

  • 401 N.E. 66th Avenue, Des Moine, Iowa
  • 515-309-2395

At Exceptional Persons Incorporated, medical equipment is loaned at no cost for as long as needed — two months, two years, a lifetime. They offer and accept a select list of new and gently used medical equipment. They ask that all donations be clean and brought in by appointment during business hours.

  • 760 Ansborough Avenue PO Box 4090, Waterloo, Iowa
  • (319) 232-6671

Grace Episcopal Church has had years of experience lending medical equipment to those that would not otherwise have access to these items. They accept all medical equipment in good working order and may accept things in need of minor repairs. They ask that things donated be clean and be brought in during our business hours.

  • 525 A Ave NE Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • 319-362-1929

His Hands receives gently used medical equipment from all over the community: hospitals, doctor’s offices, and community members. If you have medical equipment that you would like to donate, please call the clinic.

  • 1245 2nd Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • 319-862-2636

The Durable Medical Equipment Lending closet at Senior Resources lends walkers, wheelchairs, shower chairs, seat risers, and more at no cost. They accept durable medical equipment and provide you with a receipt for tax purposes.

  • 1808 Mulberry Avenue Muscatine, Iowa, Iowa
  • 888-667-2026

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The Equipment Loan Program at Independence, Inc. provides loans and donations of recycled durable medical equipment at low or no cost to the public. Independence, Inc. accepts quality new or gently used equipment that can be sanitized for another user. Equipment must be clean and in proper working condition as we do not have a certified repair technician on site.

  • 2001 Haskell Ave, Lawrence, Kansas
  • 841-0333

Although Caritas Clinics, Inc. accepts donation of medical equipment, they ask you to call your local clinic first to see which item would be accepted.

  • 636 Tauromee, Kansas City
  • 913-321-2626

The Medical Loan Closet of Wichita serves the community by loaning Durable Medical Equipment to the underserved and individuals who have issues with their insurance. Call before bringing in donated durable medical equipment.

  • 6655 E. Harry, Wichita, Kansas
  • 316.779.8989

Capper Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves the families across Kansas. Capper has a Loan Closet that lends equipment to any individual, any age, in need in our community. The bank includes items such as wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, canes, shower benches, stool risers, and commodes. Contact them to make arrangements through email or via phone at 785-272-4060.

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  • 3500 SW Tenth Avenue, Topeka, Kansas
  • 785.272.4060

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SOS is a Louisville, Kentucky-based nonprofit organization that meets critical health care needs in medically impoverished communities around the world by redistributing medical donations from where there is surplus to where they are needed.

  • 1500 Arlington Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky
  • (502) 736-6360

The purpose of the Medical Loan Closet at St. Vincent de Paul is to provide temporary assistance to individuals in need of medical equipment when other sources are unavailable. You can donate items such as shower chairs/benches, transfer benches, walkers, walkers, bedside commodes, canes, toilet seat risers, and wheelchairs.

  • 2655 Crescent Springs Rd., Covington, Kentucky
  • (859) 777-3631

Center for Accessible Living Louisville and Murray both have equipment loan programs that run completely on donations.

  • 501 S. 2nd Street, Suite 200, Louiseville, Kentucky
  • (502) 589-6620

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Old South has recently taken over Annie’s Beanpole, a medical equipment lending library. Donations of good quality equipment are gratefully accepted.

  • 235 Main Street, Farmington, ME 04938
  • 207.778.0424

The ALLTECH Recycle & Reuse program will accept donations of “gently used” equipment such as wheelchairs, tub seats and safety accessories, standers, portable wheelchair ramps, walkers, etc. They will then get the items back into good, working order, including cleaning and sanitizing and make the items available to consumers at a much-reduced cost.

  • 892 Riverside Street, Portland, ME 04103

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The Maryland Department of Aging is providing durable medical equipment (DME) to Marylanders with any illness, injury, or disability, regardless of age, at no cost. Durable Medical Equipment donations are accepted; all equipment will be sanitized, repaired, and redistributed to Marylanders in need.

  • 301 West Preston Street Suite 1007, Baltimore, Maryland
  • (410)-767-1100

The Freedom Center is a nonprofit organization committed to providing a wide array of services to assist individuals with disabilities to live independently, pursue meaningful goals, and have the same opportunities and choices as all persons. The Freedom Center accepts donation of Durable medical equipment.

  • 550 Highland Street. Suite 510, Frederick, Maryland
  • 301-846-7811

The Loan Closet of Howard County provides refurbished durable medical equipment and resources to all Howard County residents and caregivers to improve their overall quality of life. Returns and donations are accepted at The Loan Closet, 7125 Riverwood Drive in Columbia, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., by appointment.  Call 410-313-0363

  • 7125 Riverwood Dr d1, Columbia, Maryland
  • 1 410-313-202

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Compassionate Care ALS provides new equipment to ALS patients, in addition to equipment that was donated and refurbished. The items they offer include; wheelchairs, ramps, bath chairs, mattresses, voice amplifiers and speech augmentative equipment and communication boards.

  • P.O. Box 1052, Falmouth, Massachussetts
  • (508) 444-6775

Scituate Etrusco Associate loans a wide range of devices to people with disabilities who cannot afford to purchase the items they need. Do you have unused durable medical equipment that could be used by others who cannot afford to purchase these items? Consider donating to Scituate Etrusco Associate.

  • 1 Common St, Scituate, Massachusetts
  • (781) 545-4411

Stavros in partnership with DME REquipment maintains donated medical equipment, which is loaned free of charge for a specified period of time. They accept manual wheelchairs and shower/bath chairs as these are popular items but aren’t accepting any more donations of crutches or walkers.

  • 227 Berkshire Ave, Springfield, Massachusetts
  • 1-800-804-1899

The Sudbury Senior Center Medical in Sudbury has Equipment Loan Closet has quite an assortment of durable medical equipment on hand at all times, ready to lend for a few days, a few weeks, or as long as needed. When you no longer need your medical equipment, consider donating it to the Loan Closet. Call (978) 443-3055.

  • 40 Fairbank Road, Sudbury, Massachusetts
  • 978-443-3055

UCP of western Massachusetts REquipment Loan Program provides FREE slightly used medical equipment to adults & children with disabilities and seniors in Western MA.

  • 208 West Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
  • 413.442.1562

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Auburn Hills accepts donation of equipment such as walkers, crutches, wheelchairs and bath stools and more. Because the storage space is limited, they ask that you call prior to bringing in any donations.

  • 1827 N. Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • 248-370-9400

Alternatives in Motion take donations of gently used, pediatric equipment, walkers, manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, Hoyer lifts, and various types of bath equipment. Although they accept donations outside of the county, they ask for donors to deliver equipment to the office

  • 2215 29th St SE Suite A6, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • 1 616-493-2620

Disabilities Services Resource Center Medical Equipment Loan Closet provides medical equipment at no charge. Do you have a wheelchair, other pieces of medical equipment sitting around, or unopened personal care/incontinence supplies? They will take your donated item and put it to good use. Clean, usable equipment in good condition is always appreciated.

  • 1820 N Trumbull Dr, Bay City, Michigan
  • 19898955444

Lending hands assist people with equipment who live in Allegan, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo (including Hickory Corners), St. Joseph and Van Buren counties in SW Michigan. They accept donations of equipment such as wheelchairs.

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  • 2403 Helen Ave., Portage, Michigan
  • (269) 567-4381

Senior Resources Medical Loan Closet offers a variety of items for use by older adults in the 3-county area of Muskegon, Oceana and Ottawa counties. A list of equipment accepted by the loan closet can be found here.

  • 560 Seminole Road, Muskegon, MI 49444
  • 231.733.3585

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Kanabec County Community Health offers Medical equipment including wheelchairs, walkers, commodes and other durable medical equipment. Equipment is available free of charge for a period of up to six (6) months for Kanabec County residents. They accept equipment donations as well. Equipment must be in good general condition with no mechanical issues.

  • 18 North Vine, St. Mora, Minnesota
  • 320-679-6440

Options loans durable medical equipment to people with disabilities who lack the financial income or insurance coverage to fund its purchase or to access funding in a timely manner. The equipment is donated to Options and in turn, Options makes it available to people needing such.

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  • 318 3rd St NW, East Grand Forks, Minnesota
  • 800.726.3692

The ALS Association, MN/ND/SD Chapter provides new and used durable medical equipment for persons with ALS living in the Chapter’s service area. If you would like to donate equipment to the ALS loan pool, please contact them.

  • 1919 University Avenue W, Suite 175, St. Paul, MN 55104
  • 1: 612-672-0484

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North Mississippi Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute in Tupelo accepts new and used durable medical equipment to donate through its Second Time Around Program.

  • 830 South Gloster Street, Tupelo, Mississippi
  • 662.377.3000

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Accessibility Medical Equipment can accept donations of Manual & Power Wheelchairs, Hospital Beds, Bath Safety Equipment, Patient Lifts, Standing Frames, Mobility Scooters, CPAP Machines, Oxygen Concentrators, Canes, Walkers, Pediatric Equipment, Bariatric Equipment, and many more items.

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  • 311 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 866-201-3829

empower: abilities accepts donations of durable medical equipment in good working condition. They loan and donate this equipment to people with disabilities with no other means of obtaining the equipment they need.

  • 2864 S. Nettleton Avenue, Springfield, Missouri
  • 417-886-1188

The Assistive Technology Reuse Program provides pre-owned durable medical equipment to people with disabilities at a low cost. Paraquad accepts donations of used equipment, assesses it for reuse, cleans it and makes any minor repairs necessary, and offers it for sale.

  • 5240 Oakland Ave., St. Louis, Missouri
  • 314-289-4200

The Durable Medical Equipment Recycling Program accepts gently used, clean and fully functional medical equipment for redistribution to individuals with unmet needs.

  • 1401 Hathman Pl, Columbia, Missouri
  • 573-874-1646

St. Louis HELP provides anyone in need access to free home medical equipment through the recycle and reuse program, enabling them to live as independently as possible and remain contributing members of the community.

  • Missouri
  • (314) 240-0796

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MonTECH hosts several types of equipment, loan programs, and an exchange program. Take a look at the programs here.

  • 29 McGill Hall, University of Montana, Missoula
  • 406-243-5511

Ravalli County Loan Closet make durable medical equipment such as walkers, bath benches, commodes, canes, crutches, wheelchairs and other equipment to all Ravalli County residents in need of Durable Medical Equipment. Approved donations of durable medical equipment are gladly accepted.

  • 310 Old Corvallis Road, Hamilton, Montana
  • (406) 363-5690

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Community Caregivers of Greater Derry is a non-profit volunteer based caregiving organization which provides medical transportation, light chores, friendly visits, respite, grocery shopping with/for, and small home repairs for the elderly and disabled clients of 7 NH towns; all FREE of charge.

The Loaner’s Closet is one of the programs and is available to any and all members of the community regardless of income.  They loan out and take donations of gently used, clean medical equipment. All of their equipment and services are FREE.

  • 6 West Broadway, Unit 6, Derry, New Hampshire
  • (603) 432-0877

Joseph’s Closet maintains an inventory of durable medical equipment which is provided free of charge to individuals in need, throughout the greater Nashua community. Donations much be in a clean, safe, and useable condition. All donations are subject to the discretion of the program volunteers.

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  • 172 Kinsley Street, Nashua, New Hampshire
  • (603) 882-3000

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Goodwill Home Medical Equipment offers refurbished home medical equipment to individuals and families. A list of gently used, home medical equipment accepted for donation at any Goodwill Store in the Southern NJ & Philadelphia Region can be found here.

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The Pluckemin Presbyterian Church medical equipment ministry collects and distributes gently used medical equipment to the community. They have hospital beds, wheelchairs, motorized scooters, crutches, walkers, adult diapers, and more.

  • 300 Benigno Blvd, Bellmawr, New Jersey
  • 609-396-1513

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The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter Equipment Loan Program accepts donations and houses six types of durable medical equipment.

  • 4 N. Blount St., Suite 200, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • 919-755-9001

Medical Equipment Loans are available free of charge at Better Health of Cumberland County. If you or your loved ones have Walkers, Canes and Crutches, Wheelchairs, Bathroom assistance devices, Bedside commodes, Hoya lifts and other DME equipment, consider donating to them.

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  • 1422 Bragg Boulevard, Fayetteville, North Carolina
  • (910) 483-7534

Shepherd’s Center of Kernersville maintains a loan closet and also accept donations of certain equipment. For more information call 336-996-6696 or email.

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  • 431-B W. Bodenhamer Street, Kernersville, North Carolina
  • 336-992-0591 or 336-992-3180

Lyn’s Medical Closet is a non-profit ministry started by Trinity Episcopal Church to provide durable medical equipment at no cost to the individuals in our community. Donations of equipment and medical supplies, such as Bedside commodes, Elevated toilet seats, Walkers-folding and non-folding Rollators, Wheel chairs, Hospital Beds, Shower seats/tub transfer benches, Canes, Crutches, Hoyer Lifts, and Lift chairs. Please call them to determine whether they are allowed to accept specific non equipment donations.

  • 427 North Main Street, Mount Airy, North Carolina
  • (336) 786-6067

Union Council on Aging accepts donations of new and gently used equipment. The equipment they accept include Wheelchairs, Transfer Chairs, Walkers, Rollators, Shower Stools, Transfer benches, Bedside Commodes, Raised Toilet Seats, Canes, Adult Disposable Briefs, and Bed Pads.

  • 1401 Skyway Drive, Monroe, North Carolina
  • (704)-292-1797

Lincoln County Senior Services accept donations for Wheelchairs, Transfer Chairs, Walkers, Rollators, Shower Stools, Transfer benches, Bedside Commodes, Raised Toilet Seats, Canes, Adult Disposable Briefs, and Bed Pads. They take these items in as long as they have room to do so. They only turn away donations when the loan closet is completely full.

  • 612 Center Drive, P.O. Box 939, Lincolnton, NC 28093
  • (704) 732-9053

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North Dakota Association for the Disabled is a nonprofit that assists people with disabilities in the state of North Dakota, many of whom are not eligible for services from other agencies. NDAD welcomes the contribution of any new or gently used specialized or medical equipment.

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  • 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, North Dakota
  • (701) 775-5577

DakotaLink’s web-based resource is an easy and efficient way to locate, sell, donate, or recycle used assistive technology devices, including durable medical equipment.

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  • 1161 Deadwood Ave Suite 5, Rapid City, North Dakota
  • 605-394-6742

HERO accepts donations of clean, gently used healthcare equipment and supplies from individuals, hospitals, clinics, or other healthcare facilities.

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  • 5012 53rd St. S, Ste C, Fargo, North Dakota
  • 701.212.1921

The ALS Association, MN/ND/SD Chapter provides new and used durable medical equipment for persons with ALS living in the Chapter’s service area. If you would like to donate equipment to the ALS loan pool, please contact them.

  • North Dakota
  • 612-672-0484 or 888-672-0484


AOWN has limited inventory of durable medical equipment items such as commodes, walkers, bath benches, and other items. These items can be loaned out at no charge to the elderly for as long as needed. AOWN is always looking for donations of gently used medical equipment if you have any you would like to donate contact us.

  • 1517 Broadway, Suite 122, Scottsbluff, Nebraska
  • 308-635-0851

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Ministries is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor and disaster victims locally, regionally, nationally and internationally regardless of race, creed or political persuasion. In Ohio, they collect and distribute wheelchairs and other Durable Medical Equipment from individuals.

  • 11060 Kenwood Rd, Blue Ash, ohio
  • 513-793-6256

Church of the Ascension loan medical equipment to anyone free of charge in their area. They also accept used equipment like wheelchairs, medical beds etc.

  • 555 S Main St, Johnstown, Ohio
  • 740-967-7871

Peace UMC Helping Hands Medical Equipment Ministry loans out durable medical equipment for as long as needed at no charge. Dedicated and compassionate drivers pick up equipment. After Scrubbing & disinfecting, the equipment is inspected by a licensed healthcare professional.

  • 235 Diley Road, Pickerington, Ohio
  • 614-837-3732

Mid-Ohio Board for an Independent Living Environment’s vision is to create a world without barriers, where everyone is given the opportunity to fully participate in society. They accept donations of equipment.

  • 1829 East Long Street, Columbus, Ohio
  • (614) 443-5936

Ohio Valley Goodwill offers a Medical Equipment Loaner program as a community service. Included in the inventory are items such as Wheelchairs, Crutches, Walkers, Shower Chairs, Bedside Commodes, Canes and more. A list of equipment they accept can be found here.

  • 10600 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • (513) 771-4800

Central Christian Church accepts and offers medical equipment through its medical loan closet. More information can be found here.

  • Alaska
  • 907-2324848

Tri-County independent living centre loan closet program provides mobility, medical and home modification equipment for temporary use by people with disabilities. The loan closet works from the donations of equipment given by the community.

  • 520 S Main ST Suite 2501, Akron, Ohio
  • 330.762.0007

Oxford Seniors has been serving Oxford and the surrounding communities since 1953. They have operated a durable medical goods lending program for many years. They accept donations of gently used or unused mobility aids and then make them available to anyone who requests them. They ask for a voluntary monetary donation, and some loans are permanent.

  • 922 Tollgate Dr, Oxford, Ohio
  • 513-523-8100

Services for Independent Living runs an Equipment Program of new or gently used items, that have been purchased or donated, to assist people who cannot get the items through their insurance carrier.  A doctor prescription is needed for all items and is kept on file for future use.

Items range from wheelchairs, powerchairs, walkers, grab bars, commodes, incontinence products, and more!


  • 26250 Euclid Ave, Suite 801, Euclid, Ohio
  • (216) 731-1529

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M.E.A.P is a non-profit 501-(C)3 organization that provides gently used medical equipment to members of the South Central Oklahoma community who would otherwise not be able to afford such items.

  • 2525 3rd Ave NE, Ardmore, Oklahoma
  • 580-490-1833

Oklahoma AbleTech has Device Reuse and Device Exchange programs. See more information about these programs here.

  • 3325 North Lincoln Blvd., Suite B, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
  • 405.523.4810 or 833.431.9706

Sandra Beasley Independent Living Center maintains a Loan Closet for use by anyone with a disability who needs specialized equipment. Items such as canes, crutches, walkers, hospital beds, bedside commodes and wheelchairs are loaned out and accepted as donations.

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  • Suite B-1 / 705 S. Oakwood Rd, Enid, Oklahoma
  • (580) 237-8508 / 1-800-375-4358

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Access building community loans medical equipment at no cost to residents who have short-term needs. They don’t accept items that are principally fabric or foam, such as lift chairs, knee or back braces or orthopaedic boots, as they are too difficult to sanitize.

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  • 3630 Aviation Way, Medford, Oregon
  • 541-779-6691

Clearview has created a community-based Medical Loan Closet to help individuals in need of temporary use of medical equipment at no charge. They accept donations of wheelchairs, commodes, walker, canes, shower chairs and many accessories.

  • 1114 SW Frazer Ave, Pendleton, Oregon
  • 907-2324848

Hollywood Senior Center has focused on offering a diverse range of services with the singular focus of empowering older adults to live their lives with independence, and a sense of fulfilment. If you have office supplies, books of stamps, clean or unused durable medical equipment, consider donating to them.

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  • 1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland, Oregon
  • 503-288-8303

The St. John’s Medical Loan Closet aims to help our neighbours by temporarily lending mobility equipment at no charge. They accept donations of clean, working medical equipment.

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  • 795 Franklin Avenue, Bandon, Oregon
  • (541) 347-2152

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Portland has a free medical equipment closet of new and refurbished equipment. The closet contains manual and motorized wheelchairs, scooters, canes and other various types of products.

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  • 5331 S Macadam Ave #290, Portland, Oregon
  • 503-223-9511

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Donations of equipment may be made to Abilatools by calling 610-594-7021, press 2.  We will direct you to the nearest drop off location or make arrangements to pick up your donation.

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  • 504 Heather Rd, Exton, Pennsylvania
  • 610-594-7021

Center for independent living of north-central Pennsylvania accepts donations of assistive technology/durable medical equipment in good condition to redistribute in our community through a reuse program.

  • 24 East 3rd Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania
  • 570.327.9070

Good Use Program allows individuals to donate or obtain gently used assistive technology devices. Through this program, Pennsylvania residents who may not have the funds necessary to acquire assistive technology are able to get the equipment for little to no cost. The list of equipment accepted include walkers, hoyer lifts, bath seats, toilet seats, transfer benches, transfer boards, bedside commodes, over-bed tables, manual wheelchairs, daily living aids for eating, dressing, etc., assistive listening devices, blind/low vision aids, adaptive telephones, communication and computer-related devices, canes, crutches, adaptive games and toys, and recreational devices.

  • 1400 S Braddock Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 412-683-7100

Caring Hearts Lending Closet is a medical lending closet providing reusable and occasionally single-use equipment to anyone in needs regardless of financial status. All of our inventory is donated.

  • Pennsylvania
  • 484-463-7603

TechOwl helps connect people with the tools they need through an equipment reuse program. They have many partners and people across Pennsylvania that make used equipment, tools and technology available for other Pennsylvanians with disabilities.

  • 1755 N 13th Street, Room 411S, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 800-204-7428

The Lane Family Foundation offer financial assistance with necessary medical equipment/supplies and a medical equipment loaner program. To donate equipment to the loaner program, please contact.

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  • 18 Geneva St., PO Box 104, Gaines, PA 16921
  • 570-439-4698

Transitional Path to Independent Living has a Lending Library that allows anyone to try a device for free for a limited time (typically 4-6 weeks) to find out if that device can help them before they buy it. TPIL accepts donations of assistive technology in good condition to redistribute in our community.

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  • 42 West Maiden St., Washington, Pennsylvania
  • 724.223.5115

UPMC Medical Equipment Recycling Program accepts donated medical equipment from area residents who no longer need them or from organizations who have collected the items. Volunteers help clean and refurbish the devices. After a final inspection by a qualified professional, the equipment is given to people in need.

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  • 110 N. Main St, Greenville, Pennsylvania
  • 724-588-2100

Reagan’s Journey is a non profit organization created to make life better for children with special needs through free/low-cost family events and a Lending Closet for durable medical equipment.

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AccessAbility strives to bring independence to the consumers through an Equipment Loan Program. AccessAbility accepts donations of all kinds, in-kind, monetary, office equipment and durable medical equipment.

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  • 7944 Dorchester Road, Suite 5, North Charleston, South Carolina
  • 843-225-5080

The Ruth Browne Memorial Loan Closet loans wheelchairs, walkers, and other durable medical equipment to older adults on a short term basis. Donations of durable medical equipment are also welcome at both Seven Oaks Park and Crooked Creek Park.

  • 1098 Old Lexington Hwy, Chapin, South Carolina
  • 803-345-6181

The Caring Closet at Hospice & Community Care is a durable medical loan program serving the residents of York, Chester, Lancaster, and the surrounding South Carolina counties. Gently used equipment may be dropped off at the Hospice & Community Care Campus (2275 India Hook Rd Rock Hill, SC) Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. You may also drop off equipment at our two Resale Shops during business hours Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. or Saturday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Rock Hill Resale Shop 784 S. Heckle Blvd. 803-980-5200) or (Lancaster Resale Shop 121 S. Main St. 803-283-1101).

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Exchange is a free online reuse database that helps individuals connect with each other to find, give away or sell used equipment. On the database, you can list items you need or are looking to sell or give away.

  • 803) 935-5263

Spartanburg Shares lend durable medical equipment, free of charge, to any resident of Spartanburg County for up to 90 days. They accept almost all kind of equipment as a donation to share with the community.

  • 141 Advent Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302
  • (864) 504-3699

The Lending Room accepts and distributes gently used medical rehabilitation equipment to any individual who has a need, whether short or long term, regardless of income or insurance.

  • 616B Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort, SC
  • 843-524-2554

The ALS Association, MN/ND/SD Chapter provides new and used durable medical equipment for persons with ALS living in the Chapter’s service area. If you would like to donate equipment to the ALS loan pool, please contact them.

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Assist M.E. is a non-profit  [501c(3)] organization in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.  They take in gently used medical equipment and gift it to low income, uninsured patients in the community.

  • 9791 Rea Road Waxhaw, South Dakota
  • 704-659-1123

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LifeLine Equipment Exchange program collects equipment from individuals, families, companies, churches, schools, and organizations and makes it available to people who can’t afford them.

  • 1400 McCallie Avenue – Suite 112, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • (423) 622-4007

Spark provides loans of durable medical equipment including items such as wheelchairs, hospital beds, crutches, etc. They accept, clean, and repair donated medical equipment such as wheelchairs less than 5 years old, especially transport and bariatric wheelchairs, rollators, shower chairs, shower transfer benches, bedside commodes with no rust and includes bucket, grab bars, and hospital bed tables.

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  • 116 Childress St SW, Knoxville, TN 37920

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The Elderly Service Providers of Denton County DME Exchange is provided to assist those who cannot afford to purchase needed medical equipment. Feel free to drop donations of clean, usable durable medical items.

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  • 1400 Moccassin Trail, Ste 6, Lewisville, Texas
  • 800-289-6070

DME Exchange of Dallas, Inc. distributes medical equipment to individuals in need throughout Dallas County. Manual wheelchairs, walkers, canes, bedside equipment and crutches can be dropped off Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4 pm at 12015 Shiloh Road, Suite 130, Dallas, TX 75228. Equipment which is too heavy to drop off at our location, such as power chairs or scooters, can be scheduled for pickup by calling 214-997-3639.

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  • 12015 Shiloh Road, Suite 130, Dallas, TX 75228
  • 214-997-3639

Medcy, Inc. provide Durable Medical Equipment at an affordable discounted cost to the general public. They accept Bath chairs, Grab bars, Toilets, Toilet safety frames, Crutches, Rollators, Walkers, Canes, Semi-electric bed, Full electric bed, Bariatric bed, Mattresses Lifts, Gauze, Bandages, Dressings, Diapers, Briefs, and more. logo

  • 905 Cypress Station Dr. I14, Houston, Texas
  • 832-795-8689

The AGE of Central Texas Health Equipment Lending Program makes a wide variety of health and mobility equipment available to the community through their loan closet. They accept items such as Wheelchairs, Rollators, Shower chairs, Shower transfer benches, and Adult incontinence products.

  • 3710 Cedar St, Austin, Texas
  • 512-451-4611

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Ability 1st Utah has an equipment loan bank for durable medical equipment. If you are interested in donating to DME from Ability 1st Utah’s equipment loan bank, please contact the equipment manager: Kathy Tucker, 801-850-5568

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  • 1455 W 820 N, Provo, Utah
  • 801-373-5044

Project Embrace collects, sanitize, and redistribute durable medical equipment devices to patients worldwide who otherwise have trouble accessing them. University of Utah’s Sigma Nu Epsilon Lambda Chapter is graciously assisting Project Embrace with device collection. Just drop it off on the south patio, closest to 100 S. For financial and equipment donations click here.

  • 6268 W 8235 S, West Jordan, Utah
  • (385) 351-9101

Roads To Independence’s Loan Bank Program consist of a wide range of Assistive Technology Devices that are loaned to individuals on a temporary basis. The Loan Bank accept medical equipment donations.

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  • 3355 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah
  • 801-612-3215

Utah Independent Living Center, located in Salt Lake City, loans out durable medical equipment at no cost. They would welcome any donations of this type. They do not give out consumable medical supplies and would not be able to accept these items. You may call their receptionist at 801-466-5565 to arrange a donation.

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  • 3445 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • (435) 843-7353

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Putney Community Cares, Inc. has a Durable Medical Equipment Program that allows people who cannot afford such equipment to access it at no cost to them. Please call the office directly at (802) 387-2120 to schedule a time for you to drop off the items you would like to donate.

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  • 54 Kimball Hill Road, Putney, Vermont
  • (802) 387-2120

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All Blessings Flow is a local faith-based nonprofit organization which collects, refurbishes, and redistributes used medical equipment to those in need throughout Charlottesville and surrounding areas.

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  • 2335 Seminole Ln Suite 2000, Charlottesville, Virginia
  • 434-422-8888

Blue Ridge Independent Living Center accepts donations of medical equipment that is in good repair and usable, adult briefs, rolling walkers, transfer benches, shower chairs, walkers, and wheelchairs.  If you have equipment you would like to donate, please call BRILC at 540-342-1231 or VA Relay 711.

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  • 1502 B Williamson Rd NE, Roanoke, Virginia
  • 540-342-1231

Hospice Support of Fauquier County‘s mission, addressing the needs of a growing population, is reflected in the significantly expanded use of a loan closet. Durable medical equipment is available for free use, as long as it is needed, at no cost to anyone. If you have any of the following items and would like to donate them to Hospice Support, please call them.

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  • 42 N 5th St, Warrenton, Virginia
  • 540-347-5922

The Equipment Connection is the disAbility Resource Center’s adaptive medical equipment reuse program. They accept new and gently used equipment, clean and repair it, and then return it to those in the community who would not otherwise be able to obtain it.

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  • 503 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • 540-373-2559

The Foundation for Rehabilitation Equipment & Endowment collects, sanitizes, and gifts a range of donated mobility-related rehabilitation equipment to low-income uninsured or under-insured adults in Virginia. The equipment they accept include Manual and power wheelchairs, Walkers and wheeled walkers, Canes and crutches, Bath and toilet aids, Hoyer lifts, and other speciality equipment.

  • 1489 East Main Street, Salem, Virginia
  • (540) 777-4929

A Caring Closet is a 501(c)(3) that provides gently used durable medical equipment to those in need at no cost. Donations can be dropped at two different locations.

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  • 1206-C, NE 146th St, Vancouver, Virginia
  • 360-258-0039

Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) is a community-based free loan program for durable medical equipment. Details about the loan closet and the equipment they accept can be found here.

  • 3925 Churchville Ave, Churchville, Virginia
  • 540-324-6186

Resources for Independent Living‘s mission mission is to assist people who are severely disabled to live independently in the community and to encourage necessary change within the community so independent living is a possibility. They serve counties of Charles City, Dinwiddie, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Powhatan, Prince George and the cities of Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg and Richmond.

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  • 4009 Fitzhugh Ave., Suite 100, Richmond, Virginia
  • (804) 353-6503

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Do you have Wheelchairs (non-electric), Knee scooters, Transport chairs (lightweight wheelchairs that need to be pushed), Rollator walkers (with and without seats), Tub seats, Transfer benches, Commodes (new), Hand-held grabbers, and Canes that you no longer need? Donate them to Iona’s Loan Closet, which provides ageing-related items to anyone in the community for free.

  • 4125 Albemarle St, NW, Washington D.C
  • (202) 895-9448

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MSHH, a 501 (C)3 non-profit charity, accepts donations of this good equipment, refurbish it and make it available to others at a very affordable “suggested minimum donation” amount.

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  • 409 HOWELL WAY, EDMONDS, Washington State

Knights of Columbus provides standard hospital room equipment for people to use in their home, such as hospital type beds, over the bed tables, lift chairs, wheelchairs, bath and shower chairs and portable bathroom equipment. They accept donations of this equipment too.

  • 7416 W. Clearwater Avenue, Kennewick, Washington State
  • 509) 735-8558

The Bridge Disability Ministries collects donations of durable medical equipment from the community, which they then clean, refurbish, and repair before passing them on to visitors to the warehouses in Bellevue and Tukwila.

  • 12356 Northup Way, Bellevue, Washington State
  • (425) 885-1006

Soroptimist is a global women’s organization founded in 1921 whose members work to improve the lives of women and girls through programs such as a lending closet. They loan new and used medical equipment on a short-term basis to those living within the Sequim school district. The medical equipment is loaned, free of charge, to whomever needs it.

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Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center loans out medical equipment free of charge. Individuals return the equipment when no longer needed. New and gently used medical equipment is also accepted and can be dropped off at the ADRC anytime during regular business hours.

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  • 8600 Sheridan Rd #500, Kenosha, Wisconsin
  • 262-605-6646

Senior Connections maintains a durable medical equipment Loan Closet to assist Douglas County residents experiencing a temporary or permanent disability. Due to limited space the largest piece of equipment they can accept are wheelchairs. Douglas County residents can check out the equipment free of charge and keep for as long as needed.

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  • 1805 N 16th St, Superior, Wisconsin
  • 715-394-3611

Team Up! With Families is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Katy’s Kloset is a medical equipment lending library that loans out and accepts donations of good, used, and durable medical equipment for children and adults.

Note: Due to the increase in COVID-19 in our community, Katy’s Kloset has suspended ALL operations to ensure the safety of our customers, volunteers, and donors. Please visit their website for more information.

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  • 404 Wilmont Dr, Unit D, Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • 262-746-9034


Family Network of Wyoming is an amazing organization dedicated to nourishment for a stronger community. They manage a lending closet where items such as Crutches, walkers, canes, Wheelchairs, Bathroom aids, Shower/bathtub seats, Incontinent suppliers, and more are accepted and donated. They can also accept equipment that requires minor repairs.

  • 1029 44th St SW, Wyoming
  • 616.885.9919

Types of Wheelchairs You Can Donate

Mobility aids make a huge difference in the life of an individual with limited mobility. It can improve their quality of life and help them partake in activities they may not be able to otherwise. In many developing countries, many disabled children find themselves bed-bound, unable to attend school, church or go out because of the lack of availability of good quality mobility aids. Mentioned below are a few types of wheelchairs you can donate.

Standard Wheelchairs

Most probably the picture that pops into your head when you think wheelchairs is that of a standard wheelchair. It has two small wheels in the front and two large ones at the back as it doubles as a manual wheelchair. They are the kind of wheelchairs you see at hospitals and are created and marketed mostly for commercial use.

Transport Wheelchairs

As the name clearly suggests, transport wheelchairs are used to transport the patient from one place to another. They are more like seats with wheels and footrests. Because the wheels are small, you cannot use a transport chair manually and will require a caregiver to push the chair for you. These chairs also feature additional safety fittings, such as a seat belt or handbrakes that the caregiver has access to.


Bariatric/Heavy Duty Wheelchairs

Most standard wheelchairs come with a maximum weight capacity of 300 to 350lbs. Anyone over that needs to invest in a heavy-duty or bariatric wheelchair. It is made of sturdier material, features a wider seat and is designed to cater to people suffering from obesity. Because they cater to people with slightly heavier frames, heavy-duty wheelchairs weigh quite bit more than average wheelchairs.

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Lightweight Wheelchairs

As the name suggests, their low weight is the main selling point for these wheelchairs. They are designed with portability in mind and are super comfortable to carry. They are usually very compact and are easier to push or use manually (self-propel).


Electric Powered Wheelchairs

An electric-powered wheelchair uses a rechargeable battery and a motor that powers the wheels. It features a remote control usually in the form of a joystick that allows the user full control of the vehicle providing them complete independence.

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Your donations can help them lead a somewhat normal life and engage with their peers on a daily basis. In our article, we have tried to answer the question, where to donate wheelchairs and walkers near me in detail. Your donation can make a huge difference in someone’s life, so don’t hesitate and donate to a worthy cause today.

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7 thoughts on “Where to Donate Wheelchairs and Walkers Near Me (2023): Complete Directory of National & State Programs”

  1. James Mentzer Jr

    I have extra power chair That my wife was going to use when she got released from the nursing home but she got covid 19 and passed away and never got home to use it. The chair is like new. I want to donate it somebody that really needs it because that what she would have wanted I also have some walkers

  2. I have a power wheelchair, Permobile 300C. I would like to donate this chair. It’s older but working fine and only requires a charger. It has tilt, reclining and elevating seat features.

  3. I have two, used Power Wheel Chairs. Both work except that they need new joy stick controls. I would like to donate them.

  4. I have a 2 year old Quantum Q6 power wheelchair to donate. It weighs 410 lbs so it needs to be picked up with a vehicle that has a ramp for the wheelchair to roll into the vehicle. I am located in Monroe Twp New Jersey

  5. Johnny- Ray Cain

    I am a US ARMY VETERAN I have a Powerchair to donate needs some repairs
    Hopefully it can be put to use

  6. I have a electric wheel chair need battery two lift chairs. Hospital bed. One walker. Side by bed transfer toilet, two shower sets. Some silverware never been used. Need gone by Satuday. Call me at 608-291-0573 Oregon Wi leave message if I dont answer. Busy moving and packing

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