At SafeNetRx, creating lasting change is at the forefront of what we’re working towards together. With the help of givers like you, we can be a catalyst for both our community and our planet.
Step 1: Sort your eligible donations
Looking to donate insulin? We recommend visiting Insulin for Life or your local animal shelter.
Step 2: Complete the Donation Form
We’ll email you a completed copy of your donation form to print, sign, and send with your donation.
Step 3: Send it on its way
Box up eligible medication along with your completed donation form and mail or drop off at this address:SafeNetRx 1500 SE 19th Street, Suite 530 Grimes, IA 50111
Step 4: Dispose of ineligible items
Destroying medication responsibly is at the heart of our company. For those medications that didn't meet our eligibility, please dispose of them properly by dropping them off at a local collection site.
Consider contributing directly by donating the money you would have spent to ship the medications to us.
For every $10 we raise, SafeNetRx can generate roughly $100 worth of medications to give to those in need.
We’ll email you a completed copy of your donation form to print and send with your donation. If you do not see it right away, check to see if it ended up in your junk mail. If you do not have access to a printer, please include a piece of paper with your name and the date you submitted the donation form with your shipment. We will not "approve" your donation before you mail it, but we will reach out if we notice a problem with your donation form.
Box up eligible medication along with your completed donation form and send it to this address:
Lastly, dispose of ineligible items that didn't meet our eligibility. Please dispose of them properly by dropping them off at a local collection site.
A controlled substance is a drug or other substance that is tightly controlled by the government because it may be abused or cause addiction. They include medications such as opioids, stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens, and anabolic steroids.
Click here to view a complete list of controlled substances in the US.
Yes, our rules and regulations allow us to accept donations from anywhere in the United States.
Yes, forty-one US states and territories have passed legislation to allow for the collection and distribution of unused medicine. If you reside in a state where drug donation laws have not been adopted, you can still legally donate unused medicine and supplies to SafeNetRx. In addition, the World Health Organization has established international guidelines for donated medicine.
Donations may be shipped by any local carrier. We frequently use USPS, UPS, FedEx, and SpeeDee delivery. We suggest securing the donation with bubble wrap to ensure the medication does not get damaged through the shipment process.
SafeNetRx cannot readily ascertain the payment source(s) of products and does not have the appropriate expertise in tax law. Your donation may or may not be tax deductible. We recommend consulting with an appropriate tax professional to make such determination of value.
No, only drugs that have been approved for use in the United States are eligible for donation to SafeNetRx.
Yes, if you are in the area feel free to drop by between 8:30AM and 4:00PM Monday through Thursday. We are located at:
No, our rules and regulations require us to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of any donation that has patient information. We take this obligation very seriously and have strict protocols in place. We prefer to remove the HIPAA information ourselves as this sometimes contains required information about the drug and expiration date.