409 Howell Way

Edmonds, WA 98020 

425-712-1807 Donor Closet

425-776-1712 fax


MSHH is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit

Any donations may be
tax deductible

425-712-1804 office

All Major Credit Cards Accepted


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How does getting high-quality for less than
you might have to pay elsewhere sound?

An illness or accident can turn your life upside down. Suddenly, you can’t do simple things that you have done your whole life. And that hurts.

Then you discover that there are tools or aids that can help – things like scooters and rollators. But for many people they simply cannot afford the high prices for the things they need. And that is where we come in.

About 15 years ago, someone donated some hardly used medical equipment to our founder, Bill Brayer, in the hope that he could find someone else who might need it. Before long, Bill assembled some volunteers and MSHH became a 501 (C)3 non-profit. The idea was to accept used equipment, refurbish it and make it available to others at a greatly reduced price.

Today, as in the beginning, we are all volunteers. We give our time freely to help others and it is, as you may guess, very fulfilling service. The suggested minimum donations we receive pay our expenses. Whatever is left over is used to assist persons living in Washington State who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis. That was the disease that Bill has lived with for the better part of his life.

Along the way we sometimes help out people with other ailments too.

   Over the years we moved from Bill’s garage to a storage facility to our
   present location beneath the IGA grocery store in downtown Edmonds.
   Our store is called the MSHH Donor Closet and you will find it packed
   with things that can make a person feel like living again.

Most of what we offer is refurbished. But since we often don’t get enough of certain things, we offer some new equipment too.

All of what we have is offered at a substantially lower cost than what you might pay elsewhere. Now that is a promise this week, and the next week and the week after that too.

If you are fortunate enough to have really great insurance you may not need our service. But, if you are like so many people you owe it to yourself to come see for yourself. Who knows, you may be one of the lucky ones that live without pain or illness. Or, you may be more like the rest of us who have already had, or will face, some sort of disability.

We invite you to stop in sometime. We are open from 10:00 AM to 3:00PM Tuesday through Saturday. We probably have just what you are looking for at a suggested minimum donation cost that you can afford. And who knows you may find it rewarding to become a volunteer too. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Whatever you are looking for in the way of Medical or Mobility equipment we probably have it at a very reasonable cost. Come see for yourself!

409 Howell Way, Edmonds WA 98020  (425) 712-1807  Tuesday—Saturday 10:00AM—3:00PM



We weren’t eligible for Medicare yet and didn’t have insurance to cover what we needed.

We  then learned about MS Helping Hands and Donor Closet in Edmonds

MS Helping Hands and Donor Closet 501(c) 3 organization that is a statewide, volunteer organization formed to

       increase awareness of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to the general public and provide people with MS and their families a resource for information and support. Through education programs, resources, and support groups, MS Helping Hands gives people with MS a place to voice their concerns about how the disease affects them, their loved ones, and their community. There is also a financial assistance program for those with MS to provide needed equipment and monetary support on a case by case basis.   

       provide services and resources for people in Washington State with specific needs that will enhance their quality of life, the ability to stay in their homes, to not feel isolated, have the ability to work, and be able to live healthier lives.  This is achieved by having used and new *Durable Medical and Mobility Equipment available for a suggested minimum donation here at the Donor Closet for anyone when resources are limited. 

Since our inception in 1999, we have been able to recycle over 200,000 pieces of
equipment and award over $430,000. in financial assistance.

If you would like to help our organization by donating DME, volunteering your time, making a donation or sponsoring one of their events, please see the following information.  Our location is 409 Howell Way (under the IGA Grocer), Edmonds, WA 98020.  We are open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Call 425-712-1807 for more information.  www.mshelp.org

*Durable Medical and Mobility Equipment (DME) is considered items for people needing assistance in a home setting after an illness or accident.