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About Our Organization

The waste of non-expired, viable medication is an increasing problem within the developed world. Consequently, $2 billion in prescription drugs is wasted annually in the US alone, and nearly $5 billion worth of drugs in unopened packs are dumped in the garbage every year. Much of this medication is disposed of improperly, either by being flushed down the toilet or incinerated, leading to unforeseen negative impacts on the environment. Despite this waste, drug shortages have been occurring frequently around the world, particularly in developing nations. The James Hollister Wellness Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in October 2015 in honor of James Hollister, the late father of co-founder Matthew Hollister. Along with our partnered beneficiary corporation, Save Inc., the James Hollister Wellness Foundation offers novel solutions to the world’s drug shortage crisis that has save millions of dollars’ worth of medication and, more importantly, millions of lives. With our partnership with Save Inc., the James Hollister Wellness Foundation is able to save medication from being needlessly wasted and put it to charitable use. Using blockchain technology, drugs can be identified, saved, and then donated, bringing life-saving medication to low-income individuals in developing nations who otherwise would not have access to healthcare services.

How We Make Contributions
  • Saving Unused Meds
  • Repurposing Meds for Charity
  • Providing Healthcare to Those Without
  • Monetary Grants