More than 12,000 American faithful will invade Mecca over the next few days to perform the Hajj, the fifth mandatory duty of Muslims (the other four being belief in God, prayers, charity and fasting).
Children of Abraham volunteer Russell Snyder, left, and Executive Director Champ Merrick stand in the organization's Munster warehouse near dialysis machines that are ready to be shipped to a country in need.
Medical gurneys are parked, with mattresses at the left, waiting to be shipped by the Children of Abraham nonprofit organization. The all-volunteer, Munster-based group receives used medical supplies and equipment donated by hospitals in Northwest Indiana and the Chicago area.
Used crutches are among the items donated to the the Children of Abraham nonprofit organization.
About 15,000-square-feet worth of used medical equipment and supplies sits in a warehouse waiting to be shipped by the Children of Abraham nonprofit organization based out of Munster.
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