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HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization
April 6, 2012

Where would you turn if you needed medical supplies or equipment but couldn't afford it? Or...what do you do with the crutches or shower stool, or lift bed that you have but no longer need? HERO is the place to go! HERO stands for Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization. This worthwhile non-profit promotes "green" by recycling reusable and discarded medical supplies to people in need, which would otherwise end up in landfills. The HERO motto is "Save a Life, Save the Earth"! I can't think of a better organization that is providing these two invaluable services..medical supplies to the needy and recycling the tons of supplies being thrown away! I have been a volunteer sorter for HERO over the last nine years, and am a board member as well. HERO has a huge environmental impact, keeping over 50 tons of medical supplies from disposal in our local landfill. I believe in "Going Green" and I believe in HERO's mission and vision to provide medical supplies locally and globally.

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HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization
April 15, 2010

I first began my association with Project HERO as a volunteer working and sorting used medical supplies in the warehouse. Having a husband in the medical field, I was drawn to the importance of the redistribution of durable medical supplies locally and to medical missions worldwide , items which would have ended up in the landfill. Three members of my family went on a Haiti medical mission and saw first hand the shipment and delivery of these goods from HERO, which was put to good use in Haiti, especially after the recent devastating earthquake. I am now a current executive board member of HERO, and am proud to support and promote HERO's mission of

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the joy and gratitude of the people in Haiti after receiving the tons of medical supplies sent from Project HERO. My family got to see first-hand the life changing difference it made in these peoples lives, and the ongoing need of sending these supplies.

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About every week

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Volunteer & sort and box up used medical supplies for use locally and to be sent on medical missions.