Do you have a few hours to spare on Saturday, May 14?

St. Louis, Missouri… The St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program — St. Louis HELP — needs volunteers to assist at its home health equipment donation drive on Saturday, May 14. You can choose to assist at one of 14 different locations in greater St. Louis.

This event seeks volunteer drivers, check-in helpers and equipment unloaders. Volunteers can assist for one or more hours between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

St. Louis HELP is a non-profit organization that collects, cleans and revitalizes used home health equipment for free loans to people suffering from accidents, illness or disability. Free means absolutely free. (http://www.stlhelp.org)

If you can volunteer, please contact Liz Cannon, St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program, Email cannonliz@yahoo.com, Phone 314–567–4700.

The equipment donation drive will be conducted by St. Louis HELP at 14 designated Walgreen’s parking lots in the metro area. The locations are:

8571 Watson Road 314–962–5545 — Webster Groves (Watson & Elm)

1 Grasso Plaza 314–631–8800 — Affton (Gravois & S. Rock Hill)

9801 Manchester 314–963–3256 — Rock Hill (Manchester & Kortwright)

13992 Manchester Road 636–227–9228 — Manchester (Manchester & Weidman)

4400 Lemay Ferry Road 314–487–0636 — So. County (Lemay & Forder)

14950 Clayton Road 636–527–7873 — Chesterfield (Clarkson & Baxter)

12345 St. Charles Rock Road 314–770–2479 — Bridgeton (St. Charles Rock Rd. & 270)

3920 Hampton Avenue 314–351–2100 — South City (Hampton & Chippewa)

460 N. Lindbergh/Hwy 57 314–831–6448 — Florissant (Lindbergh & Washington)

2310 S. Old Highway 94 636–477–7996 — St. Charles (Old Hwy 94 & Muegge Rd.)

5890 N. Belt West 618–277–4440 — Belleville (N. Belt West & Frank Scott)

1001 Bowles Avenue 636–343–0754 — Fenton (Bowles & Highway 141)

2329 W. Clay Street 636–949–6613 — St. Charles (West Clay & Droste)

890 Washington Cors 636–239–7483 — Washington (Hwy 47 & Hwy 100)

All equipment donations to St. Louis HELP are tax deductible. A one-minute public service video that showcases St. Louis HELP can be viewed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxddQ6VJcxs.

St. Louis HELP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that loans equipment to people who are temporarily disabled by injury, illness or surgery; those awaiting insurance company approval; those whose own equipment is being repaired; visitors to St. Louis who can’t transport their own equipment; and terminally ill persons.

For details, see the website http://www.stlhelp.org. Thank you!

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