How to Help Donate Insulin to Countries in Need

Apr 1, 2000

Insulin and Diabetes Supplies For Life (Australia), Inc.

Insulin is collected and distributed to countries whose patients cannot afford the drug. For more information, you can contact Ron Raab via email at; by telephone at +61-3-95258842, or by mail at:

Insulin and Diabetes Supplies For Life (Australia), Inc.

Storage Division

P.O. Box 2010

Ballarat Mail Centre

Ballarat, Victoria, 3354


Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana

A non-profit organziation which helps Russian children with diabetes get insulin, meters and test strips

Collection for Russian Kids

Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana

c/o Sam Wentworth, MD

1300 East Main Street

Danville, Indiana 46122

The International Diabetes Federation

The IDF is involved in the development of approaches to improving access to insulin. They help facilitate insulin donations in emergencies, and make sure the insulin gets to member countries. For more information on how to donate insulin, you can contact the IDF via email at

Insulin for Life

Located in San Francisco, this organization sends insulin to Central American countries. For more information, call Martha Stabler 415-564-4767, or mail to:

Insulin For Life

P.O. Box 22157

San Francisco, Ca. 94122


Robert Dixon

Accepts donation of insulin which he send to Insulin and Diabetes Supplies for Life in Australia.

Robert Dixon

3470 Crestline Way

Soquel, Ca. 95073


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