Free, unused, non-expired, non-prescription diabetes supplies (55)

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How to donate unused insulin or Medtronic pump supplies

I just learned that the Insulin For Life USA site is receiving donations of Medtronic pump supplies and a few other things besides insulin.…

Started by Manny HernandezLatest Reply

Donations for folks in Alabama

Hey, I know that we're all feeling the pinch of the economy, but I really feel for the people in Alabama that were effected by the recent t…

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Dexcom 7+ Transmitter

Last week I pulled off an old sensor and decided to wait to put a new one on in the morning (so I wouldn't have to calibrate in the middle…

Started by KellyDH

5 Feb 5
Reply by Sergey K.

free meter and test strips?

I need a meter to keep at school, for just in case purposes. I've read on a different diabetes website that people call the meter companies…

Started by Taylar

20 Jan 22
Reply by Tybirdtybird

free test strips?

If anyone has any Accu-check Nano, ReliOn Prime, or Freestyle Insulinx test strips that they dont need and is willing to sell for cheap/fre…

Started by Taylar

1 Jan 14
Reply by BearBird85

2 meters and lancets + Backpack for Type 1

I have about 400 Freestyle Lancets, 1 Accu-Chek Nano and 1 Bayer Contour Next Plus I have a JDRF Bluepack (they send it to you as a Bag Of…

Started by BearBird85

4 Jan 14
Reply by BearBird85

Donating pump supplies

Anyone know if there's somewhere I can donate pump supplies where they will pay the shipping costs? I have quite a bit of supplies to donat…

Started by Chel

3 Dec 30, 2013
Reply by Carolyn Wadlow

Spring Universal infusion set

Hello everybody! My daughter is 2 years old. She is T1D. We use spring universal infusion set 6 mm caniula but unfortunately they are not p…

Started by gicho

0 Dec 27, 2013

Looking for Test Strips for Clinic in Belize

Hi everyone, I will be volunteering for a year at a clinic in Belize. They have nothing for their diabetic patients right now, their patien…

Started by hanalin2

0 Oct 22, 2013

One Touch Test Strips avaliable

I have a few hundred unopened boxes of One Touch test strips available for free (switched to the Omnipod and they don't work with it). Lora

Started by Lora Arduser

8 Oct 14, 2013
Reply by Zoe

Need feedback on free testing supply program

I volunteer for the Coalition of Community Health Clinics in Portland,OR and just launched a new program to help low-income/ uninsured diab…

Started by Virgil Elvin Bowman Jr.

2 Sep 5, 2013
Reply by Mike


I am currently unemployed, therefore no insurance. One bottle of fast acting insulin cost me almost 200$! Does anyone know where I could po…

Started by Ashley

16 Sep 2, 2013
Reply by Baby Tee




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