If you are a pharmaceutical company, medical manufacturer and/or distributor, we urgently need your help. Inter Care requires product donations from companies that hold a Wholesalers Dealers Licence. If you have any of the following items, please consider donating them to Inter Care:
– Products which have cosmetically-damaged packaging
– Production overages
– Usable returned products
– New products that a company wishes to donate to charity
It is thanks to the generosity of companies like yours that we are able to support some of the poorest people in Africa to access basic healthcare.
We urgently need healthcare professionals, including GP practices, nursing homes and hospitals to send us surplus healthcare goods such as blood pressure meters and non-mercury thermometers, as well as items such as bandages, dressings, small syringes, BNF’s and MIM’s. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept patient returned medicines.
For more information about the items we can accept please click the “MEDICAL ITEMS WE ACCEPT” link opposite.
Members of the Public
We also need the support of members of the public. You can help us by checking if your GP is registered with Inter Care. If they are, you can encourage them to send us surplus healthcare goods they may have which are on our list of accepted items (see the link above). If you have goods yourself which are on our list and your GP is registered with us, why not ask them to send the items to Inter Care on your behalf?
If they are not yet registered with Inter Care, you could ask them to consider registering with us – it’s quick and easy – all they have to do is complete a short form which they can download here. Alternatively, if you have healthcare goods that are included on the “MEDICAL ITEMS WE ACCEPT” list and you cannot send them through your GP, you may consider sending them to us directly. Unfortunately, we cannot cover the cost of the postage for items sent to us as we are a small charity and are committed to keeping our overheads to a minimum.
Inter Care needs you support to ensure that we can continue sending desperately needed medical aid to our partner health units in Africa.