We provide
insulin & medical
supplies to
children in need

June 25th, 2022

Golf Tournament

Join us for an afternoon of golf and giving! Proceeds from this event will go directly to children who are in need of life-saving insulin, diabetes medical supplies, and services.

June 25th, 2022

Golf Tournament

Join us for an afternoon of golf and giving! Proceeds from this event will go directly to children who are in need of life-saving insulin, diabetes medical supplies, and services.

THE ISSUE

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.

THE WORK

A cause before the cure

THE MISSION

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.

 

THE IMPACT

We’ve served over 1850 children,
families, and young adults
living with diabetes.

We’ve served
over 2000 children, families, and young adults living with T1D.

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PNC Field | Moosic, Pennsylvania 18507

Help a Diabetic Child Golf Tournament

Jun 25

/2022

DeBary Country Club

HADC RECEIVES $25,000 GRANT FROM UNITED WAY

Help A Diabetic Child is honored to be the the recipient of a $25,000 grant from the United Way of Collier and the Keys to continue our mission of helping underserved children who need insulin, diabetes medical supplies and doctor visits.

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