Edmonds’ own Donor Closet helps people with MS and other disabilities

Wayne Purser of 365 Things to Do in Edmonds visited My Edmonds News sponsor MS Helping Hands – Donor Closet, which Bill Brayer started in his home and garage in late 1999.

The Donor Closet, located at 409 Howell St. in downtown Edmonds, is the only 100-percent volunteer Multiple Sclerosis non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation providing the recycling of durable medical equipment (DME) & mobility equipment (ME) — not just to people with MS but to others who are physically challenged, living on low income and who have been denied these items from Medicare, Medicaid, DSHS, private insurance companies and other social services agencies. The Donor Closet also provides financial assistance grants for equipment to people with MS who reside in the state of Washington.

For more information, call 425-712-1807

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