A couple of weeks ago, Bloomberg Magazine ran an article about some truly sketchy fundraising efforts being supported by some of America’s major charities, including the American Diabetes Association. I highly recommend reading the whole piece, which is simultaneously fascinating and disturbing — but here’s the gist: charities such as ADA often hire telemarketing firms...
The Diabetes UK partnershipis just one step forward, albeit a large one, in Stevens’ commitment to decentralising power – as he put it in the foreword to NHS England’s 2015 business plan – by co-designing national health strategies with voluntary sector and patient groups. NHS England hopes by doing so it will improve the services and experience it can offer patients.
American doctors' groups and prestigious health research institutions were among the top recipients of funding from Coca-Cola — the world's largest soda producer — over the last five years.
Many in the Type 1 diabetes community want to work for a cure, but philanthropy is the closest most can come to helping find new treatments and cure research.
Some charity dollars go further than others, and donors want to know how their money is spent. Using the database of Charity Navigator, a philanthropy watchdog organization, we’ve compiled statistics and grades on five popular diabetes research organizations.
Currently, Johnson is the latest in a long line of celebrities to wage war against Diabetes. He’s teamed up with Novo Nordisk, and the Entertainment Industry Foundation, to encourage families to get active together as a way of preventing diabetes.
“Selfishly, I’d like to make a difference in my daughter’s life,” Mr. Johnson said. “But my heartstrings have also been torn by children whose parents don’t have the resources my wife and I do. These are great young people, and we’ve got to give them a shot.”
Founded in 2015 by Juliet de Baubigny, Nick Jonas, Sarah Lucas + Sam Talbot, Beyond Type 1 is leveraging the power of social media and technology, changing what it means to live with a chronic disease. By educating the global community about this autoimmune disease, as well as providing resources and supporting those living with Type 1 diabetes, Beyond Type 1 is bridging the gap from diagnosis to cure, empowering people to live well today and funding a better tomorrow.
The mission of Defeat Diabetes Foundation is to inform, educate and alert the general public, diabetics, pre-diabetics and elected officials about the disease, its prevention and the consequences of undiagnosed and/or poorly managed diabetes and to provide accurate, up-to-date and practical information on the treatment and self-management of the disease.
The mission of the Diabetic Youth Foundation is to improve the quality of life for children, teens and families affected by diabetes. The Foundation provides education and recreation within a supportive community, encouraging personal growth, knowledge and independence.
Insulin for Life is a not-for-profit organisation that collects and distributes insulin and other diabetes supplies that would otherwise be wasted. These are sent as a result of emergencies, and also on an ongoing, sustainable basis to recognised organisations and with agreed monitoring systems.
The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. Type 1 diabetes is a disease which strikes children suddenly and requires multiple injections of insulin daily or a continuous infusion of insulin through a pump.
The mission of Marjorie’s Fund is to empower adolescents and adults living with type 1 diabetes in resource-poor settings to not only survive, but to effectively manage their diabetes and to thrive.
AYUDA's programs aim to provide children and adolescents living with diabetes in the developing world the education and empowerment they need to live happy, healthy, and long lives as leaders in the international community.
California Diabetes Foundation is a Southern California based non-profit organization, established with the aims of creating awareness of the emerging national epidemic of the new millennium - Diabetes among the general population.
We are a 501 K non-profit organization dedicated to supporting patients with Cushing''s and their families. Since 1995, the CSRF has provided information for patients on the medical aspects of Cushing''s via newsletters and brochures and put Cushing''s patients in contact with other Cushing''s patients.
Established over 50 years ago, the Canadian Diabetes Association is a charitable organization that has grown to include a presence in more than 150 communities across the country. The Canadian Diabetes Association promotes the health of Canadians through diabetes research, education, service and advocacy.
It is the wish of Diabetes Hope Foundation that diabetes be eradicated. However, until this becomes a reality, Diabetes Hope Foundation is focused on providing children and adolescents with the survival tools they need to achieve success in all areas of their lives and to maintain good health in the years to come.
DRWF a 501c3 non-profit was founded to help and find the cure for diabetes and until that goal is achieved, to provide the care needed to combat the detrimental and life-threatening complications of this terrible disease.
Diabetes UK is the charity for people with diabetes, their family, friends and carers. Our mission is to improve the lives of people with the condition and work towards a future without diabetes.
Hope for the prevention of, and a cure for, diabetes resides in ongoing research. The Diabetic Children's Foundation therefore provides funding to Canadian researchers in this field.
The HSF will help you on your road to recovery. During the past 25 years of working with leading researchers and scientists in the field of preventive and holistic medicine, we have designed tools to help inform, direct, support and encourage hypoglycemics around the WORLD.
The mission of the Association is to spread the awareness of the need and possibility of the prevention and optimal control of diabetes and to help improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. We have a strong focus on the correlation between obesity, diabetes and other diabetes health related issues.
The World Diabetes Foundation is dedicated to supporting prevention and treatment of diabetes in developing countries.