Introducing The Diabetes Site

444046_happy_familyYour passion for diabetes research and desire to increase awareness of this worldwide epidemic has prompted GreaterGood to do even more to help. We are proud to announce that we are adding this cause to our family of “Click To Give” websites.

A growing epidemic, diabetes impacts more than 300 million people worldwide. The rates of both types 1 and 2 diabetes are increasing at an alarming rate among children and adults.

At GreaterGood, we believe that by working together, we can help slow or even reverse this trend. Increasing awareness about the disease, funding cutting-edge research, and coming together to have a positive effect on related causes will go a long way toward meeting that goal.

Every click at The Diabetes Site funds important diabetes research. You can click once a day, every day. Working together, we can have a great impact on the lives of those affected by diabetes!

The Diabetes Site will fund research by Dr. Corentin Cras-Méneur, part of a team at the University of Michigan. This team is researching insulin-producing beta-cells, hoping to discover ways to free insulin-dependent diabetics of the need for daily injections to control glucose levels.

More You Can Do:
The new site will also help you to give back and raise diabetes awareness with five simple, everyday actions:
Subscribe to receive daily click reminders, news, special offers and more
Take Action by signing a petition or a pledge to help your cause
Share with others who care to spread the word.
Donate with the Gifts That Gives More program to support our , that guarantees that 100% of your donation passes through to our non-profit charity partners as they provide help for those with diabetes., and GreaterGood covers the costs.
Shop at The Diabetes Site Store where funding for every item sold will gohelps fund towards diabetes research.

Of course, there’s always more to do at The Diabetes Site: Check out the Diabetes Awareness Blog for regular news, or browse the family resources page for a curated list of helpful links and information.

Having trouble viewing the new site? Check out our FAQ page for technical assistance.

Support Research

Fund Diabetes research and care at The Diabetes Site for free!