Case Western Reserve University’s Office of Resiliency has organized a number of on-campus locations where individuals can donate supplies to help organizations responding to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
Cleveland-based nonprofit MedWish International, in partnership with Medworks, is collecting a variety of basic and medical supplies to help organizations responding on the ground to the Ukrainian crisis. CWRU’s Office of Resiliency is coordinating the supply drive on campus, then will distribute to MedWish.
Please note: First aid and personal protective equipment are most in need, thanks to generosity at other drives where basic supplies were collected. However, all items will be accepted.
- Baby/cleansing wipes
- Orthopedic braces (knee/ankle/wrist)
- Sleeping bag
- Pediatric formula
- Pediatric diapers
- Backpacks (medical/military)
- Art supplies
- Individual first aid kits
- Burn dressings (Hydrogel)
- Alcohol wipes
- Sterile gauze
- Ambu Bags
- Gloves (non-latex)
- Blood pressure machines (battery-operated)
- Surgical tape
- Glucometers with strips
- Waterproof dressings (occlusive)
On-campus pickup locations and details
Members of the campus community can bring donations to any of the following locations during the times listed.
- Wade Commons: Now through Friday, March 25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (head toward the back left area of the Pioneer Room; follow signage and place it inside the room)
- Fribley Commons: Now through Friday, March 25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (visit the area office on the second floor and give it to one of the student workers)
- Biomedical Research Building: Now through Friday, March 25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (as you approach the security desk on the BRB ground floor, go to the right and through the double doors; open the first door on the right and place it inside the room)
- Peter B. Lewis Building: Friday, March 18, and Monday, March 21, through Friday, March 25 (drop off at security desk).
- Health Education Campus: Now through Friday, March 25, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (drop off in room 160)
Monetary donations also can be made through MedWish’s Ukraine Relief Fund.
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