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A Message from the
Partners for World Health Team

As the COVID-19 crisis slowly diminishes, we want to reassure you that the mission of Partners for World Health (PWH) continues apace as we step up our ability to serve those in need throughout Maine, New England and around the world.

We have expanded our work to include more of our essential activities and volunteer opportunities, all by appointment only. See our updated Office HOURS AND PROCEDURES.

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, PWH committed to making our resources available to healthcare facilities and first responders. Over the years, our New England partners have helped our organization grow and flourish, ensuring a future for PWH and we were happy to support them in turn.

In the last two years PWH has loaned ventilators, beds, IV poles, IV pumps and other needed pieces of medical equipment for use by healthcare workers and first responders at many of our partners organizations on the front lines in New England and New York. Additionally, we have been able to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as non-sterile gowns and masks.

Even with this shift in focus, we remained committed to our international partners in the developing world, preparing and planning for many container shipments of medical supplies and equipment and 2021 and 2022 were record years in our core mission.



Healthcare facilities in need of medical supplies or equipment, you can coordinate here: Medical Facility Requests for COVID-19 Supplies or you can call 207-705-9020 to connect with our Medical Supply Program staff.

If you would like to donate medical equipment and supplies please call 207-774-5555. (By appointment only). Before making a donation, please check our updated list of WHAT WE ACCEPT and WHAT WE CAN NOT ACCEPT. 

PWH has always focused on helping those in need and we will continue to do so. We all have a collective responsibility to do what we can for the health and safety of our community. 

As it has been said many times, we are all in this together! Be well and stay safe. 

                                                       Partners for World Health

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