We purchaseinsulin & medicalsupplies forchildren in need
NOW -JAN 26, 2023 AT 5PM
Vote for HADC!
Help A Diabetic Child (HADC) is honored to be nominated as a favorite nonprofit here in Naples, FL! We would love your support by voting for Help A Diabetic Child in The Scout Guide Naples, “Scouting for a Cause” contest! Your vote enters you to win a $100 gift card to a local restaurant of your choice.
Vote once a day, every day until January 26th at 5PM! The winning nonprofit will receive a free one-year membership towards TSG Naples! This would include year-round media coverage, professional photography and a full-page spread in their next volume.
Thank you for supporting us!
OCT 14, 2023 AT 10AM - 5PM
Help A Diabetic Child (HADC) to support children & young adults in
Luzerne County & surrounding areas who struggle to afford their
life-saving insulin & diabetes medical supplies.
When – Saturday, October 14th.
Where – Tom Tobin Flowers
905 Wyoming Ave. Forty Fort
Time – 10am – 5pm
Now - OCT 24, 2023 AT 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Connect with your T1D Community
HADC invites you to “T1D Connections” taco tuesday night. Make your own tacos.
When – Tuesday-October 24th
Where – 2800 Davis Blvd. #107 Naples
Time – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
NOV 13, 2023
Celebrating a Night of Possibilities
PLEASE JOIN US ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2023
When – Monday, November 13, 2023
Where – Grey Oaks Country Club
2400 Grey Oaks Drive North, Naples, FL 34105
Cost – $300 per person
Turn your feedback into impact.
HADC Diabetes Resource & Advocacy Center
- Telemedicine Visits for underserved families with no access to computer technologies
- Emotional Support Services including mentorship and information on 504 plans, and other pharmaceutical information
- Nutritional Support Services
- Information on Patient Assistance Programs
- Information on Pharmacy and Health Insurance Resources
- Volunteer Programs for H.S. and College Students
- On-site Diabetic Staff
- Community Outreach Program, Presentations, and Support
- Educational Materials
Coming Soon- may 16 - 19, 2023
75 Hours of Giving !
Please support Help A Diabetic Child during the NASCAR Giveathon happening through May 16-19th!
Created in honor of the 75th Anniversary of NASCAR, the NASCAR Day Giveathon is a joint effort between NASCAR and The NASCAR Foundation to provide much needed funds to the communities where we live, work and race like HADC!
The NASCAR community’s day of online giving will be a 75-hour period which provides an easy and fun way for our racing community to support local nonprofits. We are supper thankful to be selected as a nonprofit highlighted by The NASCAR Foundation.
Our hearts are filled with gratitude as we unveil the incredible video by Naples GM Creative, capturing the essence of our kick-off event at our new resource and advocacy center. Together, we're igniting hope and making a profound impact in the diabetes community and it is thanks to our many supporters like you.
We invite everyone to join us on this journey of empowerment, education, and support. Let’s unite to ease the burden faced by individuals struggling with diabetes and pave the way for brighter, healthier tomorrows.
We could not have captured these special moments without the brilliant minds at Naples GM Creative. Thank you, Melisa and Gabriel for beautifully translating our mission into this visual masterpiece. Your dedication shines through every frame!
Please stay tuned for more empowering diabetes connection events.
Help A Diabetic Child (HADC) is a proud member of the Togetherhood Initiative in Immokalee Florida.
Fun Monday August 7th
Diabetes Support Groups & Outreach Programs
Help A Diabetic Child (HADC) is excited to kick-off our Diabetes Support Groups & Outreach Programs which will begin on Monday August 7th at 4pm at our HADC Diabetes Resource & Advocacy Center.
Who – Everyone of all ages (Children & Adults)
Time – 4pm – 7pm (come and go as you please)
Where – HADC Diabetes Resource & Advocacy Center
2800 Davis Blvd. Unit 107 Naples, FL 34104
The cost to manage
diabetes is rising
Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease in which the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to naturally regulate the body’s blood sugar, leaving diagnosed individuals with a life-long dependency on costly medical insulin. Even for individuals who have sufficient insurance, access to health care, and stable employment, the costs of managing Type 1 Diabetes can put a significant dent in a family’s monthly budget.
For individuals in underserved and underinsured communities, this could mean having to choose between purchasing life-sustaining insulin for their child or food for their family.
A cause before the cure
A cause before the cure
Help a Diabetic Child (HADC) strives to ease the burden for children and young adults who struggle financially and emotionally while living with diabetes.
We’ve served over 4,500 children,
families, and young adults
living with diabetes.
over 3,000 children, families, and young adults living with T1D.
Join us in celebrating
A Decade in Review - Remembering our 10 years of work.
In December of 2022, HADC celebrated 10 years of service to children and young adults in the Type 1 Diabetes community across the state of Florida and beyond. Looking back over the 10 years.
Join us in remembering our decade of success by reading the attached booklet by clicking on the picture of the book to open more pages.
Thank you to our Sponsors & Supportors!
Contribute to a specific cause:
Continuous Glucose Monitors
Help us provide 10 children with a year’s supply of Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs). All donations go directly to making a difference for children with diabetes.
Vials of Insulin
Insulin is the most critical and expensive medication prescribed to help manage diabetes. Contribute to our insulin fund so that no child with diabetes should ever have to go without it.
Mental & Emotional Support
We believe in coordinating treatment options that consider a child’s health holistically so that they have the opportunity to thrive both physically and mentally.