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Project Sloopy’s mission is to salvage excess medical supplies and equipment that have accumulated from medical care then to redistribute those supplies by demand – free of cost – to those in need.
How Project Sloopy Works
If you have medical supply donations to be made in or outside the greater Philadelphia area simply contact us, and we will coordinate either a pick up or arrangement to have the supplies shipped to our warehouse.
Apply for Supplies
Our application process is very simple. Simply fill out our one page application.
For immediate assistance, please contact us via phone, email, or social media, and once the application has been submitted your supplies will be in the mail on the nearest deliverable date. Project Sloopy may also choose to deliver the supplies in person if the location is within a reasonable traveling distance.
Who We Are
Project Sloopy is a 501-3c Non-Profit organization based in Philadelphia, PA, and run solely on the passions of its founders, Tom and Kate Mallery. Project Sloopy is a uniquely personalized organization founded on the principals of love, compassion, and admiration; it is a preeminent value of this organization to above all honor its devotion to humanity and preserve the legacy of which their daughter, Ana Cru (Sloopy). Project Sloopy warehouses all supplies and equipment within the city of Philadelphia; but they accept equipment donations from any location in or outside of the country.
Project Sloopy’s logistical goal is to transport the medical supplies of one families burden to the hands of another families distress. In addition, Project Sloopy works closely with families to:
- affirm that they are maximizing the potentiality of their health insurance coverage (whether, state, federal, or private)
- ensuring that all possibilities for medical coverage have been exhausted to the fullest extent
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