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Help Central Ohioans with diabetes to detect their condition, prevent onset and complications and learn to live well with the challenge of diabetes

The Central Ohio Diabetes Association provides the following services to all individuals, regardless of the ability to pay:

  • Diabetes, Fitness and nutrition education
  • Community detection program to identify undetected or uncontrolled diabetes
  • camp and youth programs
  • Community outreach programs to high risk populations
  • Financial resources information, emotional support programs and medical assistance          

 

Click on logo to donate

The success of the Central Ohio Diabetes Association is based on a partnership with the Central Ohio community. Our single largest source of income is contributions and community fundraising activities. All the money we raise stays in the community to help everyone and especially those in need.

We need your support to ensure that the services are available to help the community's increasing number of uninsured and under insured families. A contribution to the Central Ohio Diabetes Association is a chance to help someone with diabetes and perhaps save a life.

                                 

Please consider:

  • Making a one time donation to the greater good or to a specific program
  • Making a pledge committing to a recurring donation
  • Joining our Pacesetters Club with a donation of at least $100 a month
  • Making a Memorial or in Honor of Donation
    Please click on the agency logo above to make a donation for one of the mentioned options.

    Contact the Development office at 614-884-4400 or rharrison@diabetesohio.org for additional information on
  • Making a gift of appreciated stock
  • Making a planned/estate gift
  • Helping to secure inkind donations for Camp Hamwi for children with diabetes
  • Joining a Special Event Commiteee
  • Conducting a fundraising event benefitting the Central Ohio Diabetes Association
    Thank you

    Jeanne C. Grothaus
    Executive Director

and

Rick Harrison
Assistant Director and Director of Development





The Legacy Society

 

The Legacy Society is designed to honor those individuals who have provided for Central Ohio Diabetes Associations’ financial future through their estate planning. You become eligible for membership when you name the agency as a beneficiary in your will, establish a life income plan, or make a gift of an insurance policy or retirement plan to the agency.

The Central Ohio Diabetes Association welcomes the opportunity to discuss planned giving with you at any time. If you have already made a provision and want to share it with the agency we would be pleased to add your name to those below.

Thank you to the following individuals for their generosity and for their leaving a legacy to help us achieve our mission.

Estate of Gerald Anderson

Estate of Sara L. Beauman

Estate of Dorothy D. Bethards

Mollie and Richard Bassler

Estate of Daniel F. Callahan

Estate of Wilma Cecil

Fremont F. Coe Living Trust

Estate of Glen D. Coons (in memory of Gladys Lehti)

Estate of Ethel M. Devore

Estate of Anna Dotson

Estate of Maxine J. Eis

Jeanne C. Grothaus

Estate of Scott Lindsey

Theodore R. Magnuson Testamentary Charitable Remainder Trust

Estate of Merwin McClelland

Diane and George McCloy

Estate of Samuel P. Mercurio

Estate of Cornelia Parrett

Suzanne M. Schumick Charitable Remainder Trust

Estate of Elizabeth J. Stephenson

Estate of Robert W. Strigle

Roy V. Thomas Family Trust

Estate of Robert T. Traver

Helen M. Wickham Trust

Cy and Linda Wolske