Islets of Hope helping others with diabetes
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International and National Charitable Relief
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) helps facilitate insulin donations in emergencies to member countries. For more information on how to donate insulin, e-mail the IDF at email@example.com
Insulin and Diabetes Supplies for Life (Australia), Inc. Telephone +61-3-95358841. IDSL collects insulin and distributes it to countries whose patients cannot afford to purchase their own.
Donate to Diabetes Clothesline, posted in Stoney Creek News - April 14, 2006. Help support the Canadian Diabetes Association by donating used clothing, household items, ink cartridges, and cellphones. Please call 1-800-505-5525.
Support Unlimited Guaranteed for Appliances Required (SUGAR) - Donate your used insulin pumps to SUGAR and they will have them recertified and distributed to someone in need.
Dr. Corrine Carr personally delivers donated diabetes supplies to Kazakhstan.
Dr. Corrine Carr
Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana A non-profit organization helping Russian children with diabetes by supplying insulin, meters, and test strips. Email Russiankids@yahoo.com.
Collection for Russian Kids
Insulin for Life (415) 564-4767. Located in San Francisco, CA, Insulin for Life sends insulin to Central American countries. Insulin For Life, P.O. Box 22157, San Francisco, CA 94122
Children With Diabetes - Has a new program that assists families in need for up to three months. Make tax-deductible donations or complete and assistance application online.
Diabetes Documentary Shines Light Around the World - Soleil Films is preparing for the final stages of "Diabetes and Me - Alone In The Crowd"", a documentary about living with diabetes and the effect it has on the people with the disease and the people who love them. "Diabetes and Me has the endorsement of the American Diabetes Association and Children with Diabetes and is currently seeking finishing funds for post-production. For more information and to see the trailer go to: http://www.SoleilFilms.com. Contact" David Lipson (818) 621-2815, e-mail information. Posted 04/17/2006
Page Updated 12/22/2006