Still time to #SpareARose.

Click here to save children – Donate to Spare A Rose, Save a Child

As we approach Valentine’s Day, let me remind you that this is the perfect time to help save the life of a child living with diabetes in a developing country.

I’m so lucky… I got to make a trip to Europe, and never once had to worry about my insulin needs. Others, children in fact, do not have this luxury.

Insulin should not be a luxury.

Make a donation now to the International Diabetes Federation’s Life for a Child program, and help ensure that children live. Just five dollars buys a month of insulin for a child in the third world.

There’s also an option that allows you to have a donation made on your behalf on a monthly basis throughout the year. In “Save the Children” terms, that’s just 17 cents per day to help give a child a chance at the life they deserve.

We never know how children will grow up. How many Ghandis or Mandelas are out there waiting to be discovered? With your help, they can get their chance to shine.

For People With Diabetes, insulin should not be a privilege; it should be a right. Help maintain the right to insulin for Children With Diabetes by making your donation to the Spare A Rose, Save a Child campaign today.

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  • Mike Hoskins (@MHoskins2179)  On February 13, 2015 at 10:59 am

    Great post, Stephen. Thanks for sharing the word, and making the great point about how many potential world-changers there are out there who could be lost due to this lack-of-insulin-outrage. Here’s to #SpareARose and what we can do to make a difference.

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  • bennetdunlap  On February 13, 2015 at 11:11 am


    Lots of time Last year almost half the support came in the last two days.

    Liked by 1 person

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