We provide
insulin & medical
supplies to
children 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!

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!

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 3000 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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Join us in celebrating

A decade in review

In December of this year, we will be fortunate enough to celebrate a 10 years of service to children and young adults in the Type 1 Diabetes community. Join us in remembering a decade of success and generating excitement for the decade to come!


events

Join one of our upcoming events.

2400 Grey Oaks Drive North

Sept 21

/2022

Shephard Hills Golf Club

New programs

Diabetes Hurricane Relief Program

Help A Diabetic Child and Insulin for Life USA are partnering together with Dr. John C. Querci from DDC Health Care in Bonita Springs, FL, to provide disaster relief diabetes medical supplies, insulin and telehealth services at no cost to those affected by Hurricane Ian.  This program is available to everyone of all ages who live with diabetes and were impacted by the hurricane. To take advantage of this program please contact:

Dr. John C. Querci
Direct: 570-313-3241
Office: 239-256-1609
Email: jquerci@ddchealthcare.com

Tami Balavage at HADC
Direct:239-821-5051
Email: tami@helpadiabeticchild.org

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