Click here to donate to our general fund. 100% of this money is redistributed to help community members seek medical care and obtain insulin, medication, and supplies. MAD doesn’t currently accept or facilitate prescription donations, but if you would like to share your surplus Rx supplies, you can fill out this community run form. You can also provide direct aid to diabetic community members in need below:
Help Jay with Health Costs!
“Haven’t been updating because I feel like crap, but another string of anonymous giving! I appreciate each and every one of you, whether you shared / donated/ prayed for me! We are $220 short!! Please help me fund my diabetic needs.”
You send funds directly to his PayPal.
Help Nicholas with Meds!
Click here to donate to T1D Nicholas’ GoFundMe for his blood pressure meds! After being unemployed due to Covid-19 Nicholas is struggling to make ends meet with his medical expenses. You can also send funds via Venmo:
@Nicholas-Littlewood and Cash App: $itisNi
Help Emily with Medical Expenses!
A community member is seeking funding to help with medical and living expenses while dealing with a medical crisis. Please send funds to Venmo: @ Emily-Cahill-27 or PayPal: email@example.com
Help Natasha with Medical Costs!
Natasha requesting funds toward $300 in medical costs – PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org or Cash App: $tlmartin31
Help Precious with Living Expenses!
Community member is in need of $700 in funding for living and housing expenses. Please send funds to Cashapp: $preciousjackson40 or Venmo: @ Jamz__ or Paypal: email@example.com
Help Courtney and her Daughter!
Courtney is a single mom and T1D who is housing insecure since losing SSI. She is in need of ongoing funding for shelter and living expenses. You can send funds directly to Courtney through Venmo: @Courtney-Queen-12 Cash App: $ezziesmom1 and PayPal. You can read about her experience with eviction in VICE.
Help Zoe with Rent & Expenses!
Zoe is a MAD organizer who has rationed insulin in the past, and is currently working part time due to vision loss after her vitrectomy due to diabetic retinopathy. You can help by sending funds directly to Venmo: @Zoe-Witt Cash App: $ZoeWitt or donating to her GoFundMe.
Help Thomas with Insulin and Housing!
Thomas is an unhoused TID seeking funds for insurance, insulin, medical care, and shelter. He lost his wife to cancer, as well as his small business, and ultimately his home. You can help by donating to his GoFundMe, CashApp ($tjsimmonsjr2), or Zelle (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Help Caitlin with Medical Debt and Rent!
“I’m crowdsourcing to ask for help. I’ve been unemployed since May 2021 and have been struggling to pay rent & medical bills the last few months. Diabetes is a very expensive condition, and insulin & other supplies cost so much.” You can help by donating to her GoFundMe.
Help Grady with Medical & Living Expenses!
Grady is seeking funding to help with medical and living expenses. Please send funds to Cashapp: $SlimGrady41
Help Zak with Medical Debt from DKA!
“[Zak] does not have health insurance because the company he worked for closed their local office a while back. He has been admitted to the hospital multiple times this past year, due to complications of diabetes, including diabetic Ketoacidosis. The hospital bills are stacking up and he needs help making ends meet.” You can help by donating to his GoFundMe.
Help Kaylyn Pay Off Diabetes Debt!
“We’re looking for help in paying down medical debt for diabetes supplies! We currently owe my supply pharmacy alone $2500, not factoring in doctors bills and insulin costs. I need to pay the current balance before ordering new supplies, so anything helps! Thank you!” You can help by donating to her GoFundMe.
Help Nathan with Medical Bills and Insulin!
“[Nathan] won’t be able to work for months…at the very least. He still has bills to pay, insulin to buy, a truck that needs fixed and God only knows how much this trip to the hospital is going to cost in the end. I’m asking y’all to help out a kid that would without question help you if the rules were reversed.” You can help by donating to his GoFundMe.