Diabetic Supplies Surplus


(Tracie) #1

We are lucky, we have good insurance. That being said, we also have a surplus of extra supplies. We tried to donate them to our Endocrinologists Office, but they won’t take them. Does anyone know where I can donate them? I know that there are others that could use supplies, I hate to just throw them all out! Any recommendations are appreciated!!!


(joe) #2

try doctors without borders, goodwill, or maybe a hospital; some of them operate charity/clinic offices.


(Tracie) #3

I will try those!!! Thank you!!!


(Shannon) #4

As a diabetic educator…many hospitals with CDE’s can give you great places to donate. I know that Nebraska has an organization that will take surplus supplies for a tax deduction to you.


(JoAnn) #5

I had a surplus of supplies such as syringes and the local health department couldn’t take them for re-circulation, but had suggested animal clinics. Pets with diabetes get expensive to take care of too!!


(Derrick) #6

Check with your endocrinologist and hospital diabetic learning center. Many learning centers accept supply and pump donations for others.


(Tracie) #7

Thanks all! I am going to look into those options! I really appreciate the help!!! :smile:


(billy) #8

do you have xtra insulin bags and logbooks


(Tracie) #9

I don’t have insulin or logbooks. Sorry


(Stacey) #10

https://diatribe.org/do-you-have-extra-diabetes-supplies-you-no-longer-need. I have lots of humalog and syringes as CVS pharmacy gave us the incorrect ones numerous times.


(flebeccaann) #11

Hi Tracie,

Here’s a link provided by the American Diabetes Association on how you can go about donating extra supplies: http://www.diabetesforecast.org/2013/aug/how-to-donate-surplus-diabetes-supplies.html

I hope this helps!