Many health care workers, by their nature, are sympathetic to the medical needs of those less fortunate in the developing world. Though each year hundreds of nurses, doctors and technicians travel from the U.S. to the developing world to provide charitable health care, financial constraints and work and family responsibilities prevent most from participating in such missions. REMEDY provides the hospital staff, from O.R. nurse to loading-dock worker the ability to participate in global health care, while never leaving the work-place. That suture that is recovered, cleaned and shipped to a U.S. based charity today, will save a life tomorrow. Community involvement is a goal of many U.S. corporations. Lending employees for community volunteerism can be costly. In the current medical economic environment, this may be impossible. REMEDY allows the hospital-corporation to be a good global citizen by allowing volunteerism in the workplace.