Utah-based non-profit Project Embrace is dedicated to increasing access to health care services through the provision of necessary medical resources to low-income, isolated, marginalized, or low-resource communities in the Mountain West and abroad.

“On a cold and rainy Wednesday in January, a small group of University of Utah students spent hours of their winter break transferring roughly 400 medical devices from a storage facility in West Valley City, and then loading them into two small trucks.

The students, who comprise the nonprofit Project Embrace, spent the last few months collecting the used devices from community members and groups.

Part of their work involves cleaning each piece of equipment and refurbishing the ones that need repair before they’re given away.”

Read the full story at Fox 13.