Supporting Initiatives to Redistribute Unused Medicine — an online community matching drug donations with low-income health clinics whose patients could benefit from the medications — helped put California on the drug donation map. SIRUM — cofounded by Kiah Williams, George Wang and Adam Kircher and launched in 2010 — connects safety-net clinics with unexpired, unopened donated drugs from suppliers, pharmacies and health facilities. Playing the intermediary, SIRUM provides an online platform where health facilities can upload lists of surplus medicines. The platform, using proprietary technology, produces a list of clinics serving low-income patients and allows the donor facilities to select recipients. SIRUM handles the rest of the process, from producing labels and shipping boxes to tracking donations.