Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Tanzania / 2019

Tanzania / 2019

Ways to Give

Providing the tools and education for safe surgical instrument sterilization worldwide is a huge job that we can’t do alone. We need your help to tell others about our work – and to help us raise funds to reach even more countries.


Become a
Monthly Partner

Monthly donations help us to better plan and monitor our work and ongoing expenses and allow you to become an integral part of that work. Please consider an ongoing donation and, in turn, we will keep you up to date on the impact we are making through our invaluable educational programs. 

Make a
One-time Donation

Every dollar we receive is put to good work creating safe surgery and saving lives in countries with limited resources. Thank you for supporting our unprecedented mission to create safe, sterile surgical environments in resource-constrained countries around the world.

Donate supplies

SPECT training programs require specific supplies, such as sterile gowns, masks, gloves and cleaning brushes. Most countries where we work don’t have access to the materials necessary to ensure a sterile surgical environment, so we strive to provide these items, not only for training purposes, but for ongoing use in the healthcare facilities we visit. Please review the list of items posted below if you are able to support our work with a donation of supplies.
Please note: SPECT cannot accept supplies that are expired or that don't fall within our specific sterile processing practices. Shipping costs must be covered by the donor, however, we can provide an "in kind", tax deductible receipt to include these costs.

Share our mission

Can you imagine being operated on with instruments that haven’t been properly cleaned or sterilized? This happens every day in limited-resource healthcare facilities leading to infection and death rather than healing and life.

Healthcare workers around the world are aware of the dangers of using unsterilized instruments during surgery. However, many countries do not have access to the knowledge, techniques or equipment that are required for safe surgery. 

Please help us to continue our invaluable educational programs by spreading the word.

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