Diabetes NZ Rotorua Branch

  Bay of Plenty
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We provide information and support to all people and families affected by diabetes in the Rotorua region

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  Bay of Plenty

There are over 5,000 people with diabetes in Rotorua! At least 500 of these people have Type 1 diabetes, which requires intensive treatment with insulin injections and constant monitoring of blood sugar levels. In addition 1 in 4 adults in our community are thought to have Pre-Diabetes. The health system is already struggling to cope with this epidemic, which isn't going to go away any time soon.

We provide education, information and support to all people and families affected by diabetes.

YOU CAN HELP by making a small regular donation or a one-off payment today.

More about us

Providing education, information, support, activities, family and youth events, and increasing awareness of diabetes across the region. We also advocate for better health care services and medical supplies for our people with diabetes.


Latest donations

  • Willem Nieuwboer

    Willem Nieuwboer on 26 Apr 2019

    $100

    We have a son with type1 Thank you for being there.

    $100

  • Willem

    Willem on 12 May 2018

    $50

    $50

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 12 Oct 2017

    $5

    $5

  • Carol B

    Carol B on 27 Sep 2017

    $5

    $5

  • Private

    Private on 06 May 2016

    Private

    Private


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