Gethsemani Food Ministry

Gethsemani Food Ministry distributes an average of 200,000 pounds of life saving food each month to help over 1,500 people every week in the needy communities of San Luis, Arizona, Cocopah Reservation in Yuma Arizona, San Luis Rio Colorado Sonora and Mexicali. Emergency assistance with food, clothing, and medical supplies is also available for individuals in need. The shipments and distribution of produce helps people suffering from diabetes and other related diseases, by creating good nutritional habits.

Alianza De Nutricion y Salud (ADNYS)

           Alianza de Nutricion Y Salud, Located in Mexicali B.C. Mexico is a Christian Ministry led by brother Israel Rubio and his wife Angie, that focuses it’s time and effort to helping the least fortunate in their fight against diabetes through awareness, education and nutrition. ADNYS and  Diabetes Fund of America have partnered together to provide for needy children and families. Our outreaches hand out nutritious food, diabetes awareness and education material on nutrition to hundreds of families every week.

Salud Y Compacion Familiar A.C. (SYCF)

Salud Y Compacion Familiar A.C. (Clinic) Located in Mexicali B.C. Mexico is a medical clinic led by Dr. Alfonso Sing to treat diabetes patients throughout Mexicali B.C. Mexico and its valley. Free examinations of diabetes and other medical conditions are funded for patients with little or no income on a daily basis. New patients are mostly treated by SYCF and given glucose monitors, medication and literature on the awareness and education of diabetes. Thousands of patients are helped each year. 

Scripps Research Institute

Diabetes Fund of America made donations for research to Scripps. Scripps dedication to diabetes care has earned Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla and Scripps Green Hospital recognition as San Diego’s best hospitals for diabetes and endocrinology medicine by U.S. News and World Report. Scripps Mercy Hospital was also recognized as one of the best in the

American Diabetes Association

Diabetes Fund of America made donations for research to American Diabetes Association. ​Since 1952, the American Diabetes Association’s investment of more than $735 million in more than 4,500 diabetes research projects has contributed significantly to advances in diabetes care and reductions in diabetes complications, allowing people with diabetes to live longer, healthier lives.
In 2015 alone, the Association made more than $31 million available for research, supporting 354 research projects performed by 334 investigators at 145 leading academic research institutions across the U.S.

Oasis of Hope Research Hospital

​Oasis of Hope has researched various different integrative diabetes treatments in the last 30 years.  The Hospital offers supports to patients based on a “Total Care” approach. Developed by Dr. Contreras Sr., this method of treatment is designed to combat diabetes and other degenerative diseases, while at the same time improving the quality of life of the patient. The approach recognizes that a whole person has physical, mental, and spiritual needs. Nutrition, spiritual, psychological counseling, and an education program support the integrated medical treatment.