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Planning for 2023 The beginning of a new year gives us reason to plan what we would like to do this year and what our needs will be. We only ask for a knowledge of God’s will, and the strength and wisdom to carry it out.



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Welcome!

MEMO’s purpose has been to show the love of God  through the provision of redundant hospital equipment and supplies to needy health care facilities. Since 2004, MEMO has shipped 101 containers to Cuba, El Salvador, Liberia, Nicaragua and Zimbabwe, totaling millions of dollars in equipment and saving countless lives along the way.

MEMO is currently (2023) sending supplies to Zimbabwe to support the Zimbabwe Gecko Society who support nationals caring for 3000 AIDS orphans, six hospitals and six clinics.

MEMO is pleased to state that there is no paid staff and is completely run by volunteers so that every dollar donated goes entirely to support the work.

Explore our website to learn more about the work of MEMO and consider donating to this efficient, effective and exciting ministry today!

DONATIONS NEEDED:

  • redundant medical supplies (used, clean equipment; supplies within intact packaging)
  • school supplies
  • clothing and linen in good repair
  • sewing machines
  • tools (construction, carpentry, gardening, farming: manual or power)
  • computers and office furniture/equipment
  • and more….ask us!

NEXT SHIPMENT:

We are planning to ship container #102 to Zimbabwe in March.

MEMO WAREHOUSE:

258 Van Horne Street, Thunder Bay ON

Open weekly: Monday, Wednesday and Friday

9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Call: 627-6360

VOLUNTEER: 

Help needed: orientation available for all volunteers

  • donation processing in the warehouse
  • update donated computers
  • prepare CPAP (sleep apnea) machines
  • website update and maintenance
  • snow shoveling
  • tasks available for all abilities

Contact Dr. Jerome Harvey at 627-6360 and join this life-changing ministry.

 

Did you know?

Every ocean container MEMO sends holds ten tons of medical equipment and supplies that are redundant according to Canadian health standards and would be sent to landfills. These supplies remain useful and continue to save lives in developing countries. Your donations not only support healthcare for our recipients, but also support the environment.