Sort Life-Saving Medical Supplies at Project C.U.R.E.

The Phoenix Philanthropists
The Phoenix Philanthropists
Public group

Every 1st Saturday of the month

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Join a great team of Phoenix Philanthropists for a very rewarding morning making a life-saving difference in our world, sorting and packing donated medical supplies for facilities in over 130 countries. The supplies go to communities in dire need to help empower medical professionals to improve health and save lives. With your help, Project C.U.R.E. is not only able to ship two to three semi truck trailer-sized containers of critically-needed supplies and equipment to medical facilities in desperate need each week, but is able to immediately step up production to address the largest Ebola outbreak in history, working around the clock to expedite life-critical supplies to Ebola-ravaged countries and help put an end to the spread of this deadly disease. Already, over 15 containers of protective gear and supplies to address this Ebola crisis have been delivered to West Africa, with 5 containers sent from Tempe's facility. This event is an exciting and rewarding way to make a life-saving difference. Absolutely no medical experience is necessary, but we can't say you won't feel like a medical pro when you leave.


PLEASE PRE-REGISTER: Whether this is your first time or you have volunteered with Project C.U.R.E. in the past, please click this link and click on the date you wish to sign up for. If this is your first time registering, or if your registration needs to be updated, you will be prompted to fill out a brief application. Should you not be able to register for an event, the registration process can be completed at Project Cure the morning of the event.

If you have not already, please complete the online Phoenix Philanthropists Release Form ( A form should also be completed by any adult guests of members; and for each participating child under 18, by their parent or legal guardian. This form only needs to be completed one time, not for each event, but if you are unsure whether you may have submitted one already, please complete the form now.

AGE GUIDELINES: Anyone aged 14 and up may volunteer for this great event.

ATTIRE: Please wear your Phoenix Philanthropists T-Shirt ( or other comfortable clothes and closed-toed shoes. If you use reading glasses, we recommend you bring them.

WATER PROVIDED: Water is provided from a cooler, and soda and bottled water are available for a donation of $.50 each.

LOCATION: The location can be hard to spot. It is on the north side of 14th Street, in the Microchip Warehouse. Just east of the warehouse, go north of Hohokam drive, turn left into the warehouse parking lot, and make a sharp left to park, as the entrance is on the southeast corner of building T-3.

ATTENDANCE: Phoenix Philanthropists Attendance Policy: We understand that plans change and emergencies come up. If you RSVP YES but can no longer attend, PLEASE change your RSVP ASAP. Our charity partners rely on us to attend when we say we will and our attendance policy is intended to ensure we can meet our charity partners' expectations. Please give as much prior notice as possible, but at a minimum of 2 hours notice for this event before canceling. No Call/No Shows will be recorded, and after 3 No Call No Shows/month or 6 No Call No Shows/year, you will be removed from the Phoenix Philanthropists Meetup. Please understand this policy is not intended to penalize our philanthropists, but to ensure we maintain good relationships with our charity partners and can give the most back to our community.

About Our Charity Partner
PROJECT C.U.R.E. ( (Commission on Urgent Relief & Equipment) was founded in 1987 to help meet the need for medical supplies, equipment and services around the world. PROJECT C.U.R.E. builds sustainable healthcare infrastructure by providing the medical supplies and equipment that medical personnel need to deliver healthcare to their communities. Since its inception, PROJECT C.U.R.E. has delivered medical relief to people in need in more than 130 countries around the world!