our vision:

Give Global Good.

Project Embrace operated it’s first donation campaign out of a dorm room in October 2017 with just a handful of medical devices collected locally. Now, we’re a global 501(c)(3) nonprofit with hopes of increasing access to healthcare for all.



donation campaigns.

Do you know how many crutches it takes to go around the world? In only our first year, we were able to deliver medical supplies to an orphanage in India and help supply a medical mission to Swaziland.



individuals given access to quality medical equipment.

Giving the gift of health? Warm fuzzy feelings when you help someone out? We love that. We’ve been able to help all these lives, and the smiles on their faces make it all worth it.



Devices delivered around the world.

Hours of cleaning and repurposing medical devices makes it all worth it. We’ve been able to help all these lives, and we don’t plan on stopping any time soon.


How can you help?

There are several ways to get involved with Project Embrace, and each one of them impacts a person's life in the best possible way. Your generosity can help families in multiple ways.

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Donate equipment

Have slightly used medical equipment lying around? Click below to find out how we can take it off your hands and give it to a good home.

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help someone in need

It doesn’t take much. Your money goes a long way at Project Embrace. Click the button below to see how far your dollar can go.

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Don’t feel like reading?

Executive Director, Mohan Sudabattula outlines his inspiration to start Project Embrace. Check out our TEDx Talk for our whole story!


Meet the team behind Project Embrace.

A group of college students with way too much on their plates found a simple solution to a significant healthcare problem. Cue montage music.

Learn more here.


Where we’ve been featured:


June 2019

I knew that something as simple as a pair of crutches would change a person's life.

Mohan Sudabattula, Founder of Project Embrace // Read Full Article