Donate Supplies

Afya Foundation accepts donated materials from:

Medical Facilities


Schools and Businesses

Other Donors


We are in the midst of our year-end inventory count. As a result, there will be a temporary pause on all supply donation drop offs (at the warehouse) and home pick-ups of supplies until January 9.

After January 9, Afya will re-open for all supply donation drop offs. If you would like to schedule a home pick-up in January, please send an email to .

Monday-Friday 9am-2pm @ 140 Saw Mill River Rd. Yonkers, NY 10701

Drop-offs for anything larger than an individual carload must be scheduled 48 hours ahead of time.


Hundreds of hospitals, health centers, nursing homes and medical providers donate supplies and equipment to Afya. Each year, American hospitals discard 7,000 tons of clean, usable medical supplies worth over $20 billion and The Afya Foundation diverts more than a million pounds of these goods from greater NY landfills. Domestic regulations require that these medical supplies go unused. In the meantime there are many clinics and hospitals abroad in vital need of the tools and equipment required to deliver medical care. Afya successfully recovers these surplus medical supplies, hospital equipment and humanitarian provisions from U.S. healthcare, corporate and private communities.

Click here if you represent a hospital, health center, nursing home or medical provider click on the button below.


Currently, throughout the United States, after a loved one dies at home, family and caregivers are faced with the challenge of determining what to do with remaining medical supplies and equipment. For example, the hospital bed, wheelchair and adult diapers that held a loved one, at the end of their life, cannot be returned to the supply vendor. When families inquire about what to do with these materials, they are told to dispose of the items or create a plan themselves. For most families, this leads to discarding all remaining equipment and supplies. Afya provides a supportive and much needed response to this emotionally challenging process by providing a means to help others as a curative factor through grief.

Click here If you have medical supplies that were used to sustain the life or aid in the recovery of a loved one.

Material Donation Form