Local doctor donates PPE amid COVID-19 outbreak

Michael Chen, a physician at University Hospital Portage Medical Center, has helped make a huge difference in the fight against COVID-19 by donating PPE to communities in Wuhan, China and here in Cleveland, Ohio. Chen had been corresponding with friends in Wuhan when he learned how limited supplies were complicating conditions for health care workers. […]

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Shop on AmazonSmile for your Valentine!

      Are you buying gifts for your Valentine this year? Support MedWish International just by choosing MedWish as your charity of choice while shopping through AmazonSmile!   AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon. The difference is that when shopping through AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate .5% of the price of all eligible purchases to […]

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Support MedWish and Shop for a Cause

For the first time ever, MedWish International will be partnering with Macy’s for their annual “Shop For A Cause” charity shopping event.   This event will be held at Macy’s stores from Friday, August 26th through Sunday, August 28th, 2016.   For just $5, shoppers will benefit from a 25% discount at Macy’s during the weekend-long event (exclusions apply) and have the […]

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Lincoln-West Students Bring Supplies to the Dominican Republic

This past winter, a group of students from Lincoln-West High School packed their bags and carried supplies to the free clinic in Veron, Dominican Republic.   For the trip, students were provided with over 110 lbs. of supplies from MedWish International to carry in their backpacks. Supplies included carry-on items for the plane such as […]

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Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month! MedWish is proud to work with a number of agencies that help our fellow Clevelanders that live with autism through our Skill Building Program. In this program, people can come to MedWish to learn valuable job skills that will help them develop and become more independent. Because there is still […]

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