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Donate Medications & Supplies

Minnesota's medication repository program, RoundtableRx, accepts donations of unused, unexpired medications, and medical supplies. Donations are then checked for quality & safety by a pharmacist before being redistributed to Minnesota patients in need! 

Individuals, pharmacies, clinics, long-term care facilities, and manufacturers can all donate prescription and over-the-counter medication and medical supplies that meet our criteria, which are provided below.

Please contact to learn more about donating unused medication or supplies. If possible, please complete our Donor Form and include it in your email. 

FAQs: Donating Medications & Medical Supplies

What is acceptable to donate? 
  • Prescription and over-the-counter medications and supplements 

  • New, unopened products in original manufacturer packaging

  • Medications that were bubble packed by a licensed pharmacy 

  • Products with expiration dates of 6 months or greater

  • New, unopened medical supplies (testing supplies, pen needles, etc.) 


What cannot be donated? 
  • Opened, used, or compromised medications and supplies

  • Medications in amber vials 

  • Bubble packs with more than one medication per bubble or card

  • Expired medications, or medications that expire in less than 6 months

  • Medications requiring refrigeration 

  • Controlled substances (opioids, amphetamines, benzodiazepines, etc.)

  • Medications requiring a REMS program for dispensing

  • Select specialty medications (request clarification from RoundtableRx)


How do I donate medication? 

Complete our Donor Form and send it to After receiving your Donor Form, RoundtableRx will contact you to schedule an interview with a volunteer licensed pharmacist. During the call, the pharmacist will confirm your donation meets our strict quality and safety standards. Approved donations can be mailed or dropped off at our office in Minneapolis.


What happens to the medications after I donate them to RoundtableRx? 

Medications donated to RoundtableRx are checked by a licensed pharmacist for quality and safety, then distributed to our partner clinics and pharmacies. These clinics and pharmacies dispense the medications directly to uninsured or underinsured patients in Minnesota.


What other ways can I support RoundtableRx? 

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Donate by volunteering, financial contribution, or by selecting our charity on AmazonSmile

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