St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 5 5 reviews
1640 Andrew Drive St. Louis MO 63122 USA
We fulfill our mission in the following ways:Providing assistive technology health equipment to individuals with disabilities that are uninsured, underinsured and underserved on a no-cost loan basis in order to improve their functional independenceEncouraging and supporting the vibrant role area residents play in the future of their community through volunteer opportunities that define the St. Louis region as a caring community and working to create a tradition of lifetime commitment to active philanthropySharing information on the issues facing the region and the role private and corporate philanthropy can play in building a more vital communityCollaboration with other institutions of similar mind and insight are considered imperative to creating a network of assistive technology providers of equipment and servicesProviding a "phone buddy" contact for individuals utilizing our equipment
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As a Board member and volunteer at St. Louis HELP, I've seen firsthand how this simple program can make significant differences in the lives of the uninsured of the greater St. Louis community. Program participants come to HELP after worrying and stressing over their health situation, expecting more bureaucratic obstacles. They leave relieved and comforted with useful medical equipment and aids for themselves and their caregivers - all at no cost, no deposit, and no hassle!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Seeing the satisfied program participants. Also, donors are happy to have someplace to return their family's unwanted medical equipment back to useful life and helping others.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Wonderful. Very dedicated and giving.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Expand this program into other communities...
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