The Meyer Medical Equipment Center (MMEC) provides medical and mobility equipment to anyone in need on a donate-what-you-can basis, without eligibility requirements or an application process for most items. 

If you have a disability–whether long or short term–and would like to obtain equipment, we invite you to visit one of our two warehouses. Our experienced staff will be happy to discuss your needs, assist with selection and fitting, and send you home with the equipment you need to safely and comfortably navigate your community and home.  

How it works


Call or take a look at our Available Equipment page for information on the equipment we have on hand.


Place your request online or skip to step three.


Visit us or schedule the delivery.


Help keep the MMEC open by donating an amount that’s right for you.


Keep your item for as long as you need it, then bring it back so it can help the next person in need.

Application for Motorized Mobility Equipment


Frequently, we receive requests for power wheelchairs or scooters from individuals, advocates, medical personnel, and others looking for power equipment for a user who has limited or no financial means from which to contribute toward the cost of this expensive equipment. Because the need is greater than we can fulfill, we have developed a process to assist us in providing power mobility equipment at low to no cost for 2-4 people per month – depending on the type of equipment and the funds available.

Preparing for your visit

Get the most out of your visit to the MMEC by learning more about the equipment we offer, filling out our forms, and making sure you understand our policies. 

1. Available Equipment 

The MMEC offers a wide variety of equipment, including:

CanesCPAP machines
Hospital bedsGrab bars
Wheelchairs *Crutches
Shower chairsAnd more

Because most of our equipment is donated, our stock varies widely from week to week. Please check our Available Equipment page for a list of items and information on their availability. For items in limited supply, we recommend calling ahead to make sure we have your item in stock.  

* Electric wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and other motorized equipment 

Unlike other equipment, we do have a short application process for motorized items. If you need motorized equipment please call (425) 628-1751 or email us at, our staff will be happy to explain the application to you.

2. Place Your Request 

For the fastest service, place an online order. Just follow the directions on the Available Equipment page and we’ll have your order ready when you arrive.

3. Get your items


If your item is too large for you to fit in a vehicle, are picking up a large number of items, and live within our delivery radius, then we can deliver your equipment. We deliver as far west as West Seattle, as far east as Duvall/Issaquah, as far south as Kent/Federal Way, and as far north as Edmonds/Mill Creek.  Please note that it may be several weeks before the next available delivery appointment.  

Visiting the MMEC 

Anyone in need of equipment is welcome to visit either of our warehouse locations. 

We’re working hard to keep our community safe and ask for everyone visiting our warehouses to follow our COVID-19 safety precautions.
To learn more, please visit our COVID-19 Information page

4. Making your donation 

We ask that people taking equipment home from the MMEC make a donation to help us cover the cost of cleaning, repairing, stocking, and storing the item. Each item has a suggested donation amount attached, but we encourage everyone to donate an amount that they can comfortably give. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.  

Making a donation when you pick up your equipment helps us keep the MMEC’s shelves stocked and doors open. Whether you give the full suggested donation or can only afford a lesser amount, we appreciate your support. More information on suggested donations can be found on our Available Equipment page.

In a world increasingly focused on accessibility and patient well-being, there has been a surge in online pharmaceutical solutions aiming to make critical medications more accessible. Similarly, to how MMEC bridges the gap between those in need and medical equipment, online platforms have made it easier for patients to access essential medicines like Cialis without the hassle of frequent pharmacy visits. By choosing to buy Cialis online, many patients find convenience, discretion, and sometimes better pricing. The underpinning philosophy remains the same: providing essential resources to those in need with utmost ease. As healthcare evolves, the convergence of physical and digital accessibility continues to shape patient experiences.

Donations can be made with cash, check, or credit/debit card. We do not accept insurance.  

5. Maintaining and returning your equipment 


You are responsible for the ongoing maintenance of your item, including safe storage and replacing batteries. 


You’re welcome to use the equipment for as long as you need it, but in order to help as many people as possible, we ask that all items obtained from the MMEC be returned when no longer needed.

Transport Wheelchair