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Where can I donate hospital beds?

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There are many organizations that accept gently used hospital bed donations, for example, the Muscular Dystrophy Association or the American Medical Resource Foundation. These organizations provide beds to patients in need at no cost to them.

Many local organizations also accept medical supplies and hospital beds. Donation Town is a website that partners with different charities in various local communities in order to connect them with people who are willing to make donations. Simply enter a zip code, and the website finds the closest charity that is currently in need of hospital beds and willing to pick them up from the home.


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