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Inventory Access allows recipients to view our current inventory of medical supplies and equipment. Approved recipients will be assigned a login and password to select items. Guests interested in viewing the current inventory may use the following: agency ref is DEMO and password is DEMO.

Ordering Process

Mission Outreach Container Application Process

Note: A container is either 40 ft. or 20 ft. and contains pallets of boxes and/or equipment. 

  1. Request an application by downloading it here.

  2. The organization returns the completed application to Sue McMillan.

  3. Mission Outreach processes the application.

  4. Once the application is processed, a conference call will be scheduled to discuss the application, funding and a timeline for completion. The port of entry will be determined and a shipping quote will be obtained.

  5. A shipping and handling invoice is generated and sent to the organization.

  6. The shipping and handling Invoice is paid by the organization.

  7. Final contents are confirmed by Mission Outreach and the organization.

  8. Container of requested medical supplies and equipment departs from Mission Outreach.

Hand Carry – Process for Personal Delivery of Supplies

  1. An application and recipient agreement will be sent to the requesting organization that needs to be completed and returned to Sue McMillan.

  2. Mission Outreach processes the application.

  3. Once processed, Mission Outreach will assign an agency reference number and password to access the on-line inventory to select items for the order.

  4. We prefer a minimum of 30 days prior to the need by date for pickup or delivery of orders to allow for selecting and preparing the order. 

  5. When the order is complete, a packing list will be sent for final approval and a shipping and handling fee quote can be provided.

  6. An Invoice will be generated for the shipping and handling fees.

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