C.U.R.E. Kits

Meeting a world of need.

C.U.R.E. Kits are suitcase-sized, pre-packed kits of basic medical supplies that can be easily transported and checked as luggage on your next trip to a community in need abroad. Typical contents include exam supplies, wound care and personal hygiene items, critical supplies that are desperately lacking in most clinics in developing countries but are essential for medical care. Each pre-packed Kit contains $2,000 worth of donated supplies. Click here for a sample packing list. If you are traveling to an underserved region of the world, request a C.U.R.E. Kit with a donation of $200 today or sponsor a C.U.R.E. Kit for another traveler.

Please note, some of the consumable goods in the C.U.R.E. Kit may have reached the U.S.-mandated expiration/warranty date prior to arriving in the recipient country, however, all products have been inspected for quality and sterility.

Restrictions
C.U.R.E. Kits may not be used in the United States. Additionally, once C.U.R.E. Kits are released to the traveler they must be used in the provision of medical care in a foreign country, and the Kit or its contents may not be sold.
 
Traveling
C.U.R.E. Kits are designed to meet international airline travel regulations. These sturdy duffles weigh 48 lbs. Each kit includes an inventory list of the items contained inside and a donation letter that may be required at customs.
 
Handling Fee
Project C.U.R.E. requires a handling fee of $200 to cover the procurement, storage and administration costs associated with this program. Ground shipment within the U.S. is included in the handling fee.
 
Ordering Process
  1. Request your C.U.R.E. Kit by filling out the application using the button below. If possible, please submit your request at least 3 weeks prior to your departure date.
 
  2. Make your $200 donation here or by sending a check to our
      International Headquarters address, attn: C.U.R.E. Kits.
 
  3. We'll take it from there!
 

 

For more information about C.U.R.E. Kits, please contact us at curekits@projectcure.org.