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SIRUM featured in the New York Times "Recycling Unused Medicines to Save Money and Lives"

SIRUM is a a nonprofit organization which provides web-based service and was founded by three young Stanford graduates: George Wang, Adam Kircher and Kiah Williams. “We’ve been compared to aMatch.com for unused medicine,” said Williams. “Our goal is to save lives by saving unused medications. We thought we could use technology to bridge this gap between surplus and need.”


Eric Greitens of The Mission Continues wins Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award

Eric Greitens is the recipient of the Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award. A Rhodes and Truman Scholar, Greitens served as a U.S. Navy SEAL officer. His military awards include the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.