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Valentine is a season of love but for children around the world with type 1 diabetes, lack of access to insulin is
the most common cause of death.
And in some areas of the world, most children with diabetes can expect to live less than a year past their diagnosis date – if they’re diagnosed at all.
This Valentine’s day, our community can help change that.
Under the Spare a Rose, Save a Child campaign, (a Diabetes Hand Foundation Campaign) we will help create awareness and gain donations and awareness for Life for a Child, an International Diabetes Federation program aiming to fund the continuous medical care, access to supplies and medication, and diabetes education that children in developing nations need to stay alive.
Spare a Rose, Save a Child
You buy one less rose this Valentine’s Day and share the value of that flower
with a child with diabetes in the developing world.
Your loved one at home still receives flowers and you both give help to a child with diabetes who desperately
A rose is about 5 bucks, for that one rose, IDF can give a child one month of life.
A dozen roses, a year of life for a child with diabetes. You can watch the video of how Lives have been saved by the International Diabetes Federation here
Click here to donate
Please note that all funds goes directly to the International Diabetes Federation Life For A Child Program.
For more information contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org