There are several ways to donate to Life for a Child. Please visit the donations page for more information.
Donations to Life for a Child are used to provide:
Financial trails and health outcomes are carefully monitored by the Programme management team. Along with detailed and regular financial information, centres also send an annual list of the children who are supported, along with annual clinical progress information on each child (de-identified). Site visits of centres by international experts are conducted as needed.
As a donor you will receive a biannual newsletter, keeping you up-to-date with the progress of the Programme around the world, and the occasional other news update (no more than a total of five emails per year). You can unsubscribe from emails at any time if you wish. A receipt for your donation will be sent after your donation.
It is not possible for donors to directly support an individual child in the IDF Life for a Child Programme for the following reasons:
The IDF Life for a Child Programme welcomes expressions of interest from diabetes associations, companies or other organisations. Enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Life for a Child welcomes all individuals or groups interested in raising money for the programme. How you choose to raise money is limited only by your imagination – visit our Fundraising page for ideas or to make a fundraising enquiry.
The Life for a Child logo may be used for fundraising purposes on request. Please contact email@example.com to request permission and access the logo.
Given the health-related nature of the Programme, it is generally only possible for us to send experienced health professionals on site visits, and, even then, only in certain contexts. These visits are often self-funded and the participant speaks the language(s) of the country they are visiting, in addition to English. This enables them to connect with the local staff and patients, review the effects of the programme, as well as deliver lectures and training if requested.
Life for a Child has also established successful mentoring relationships between developed/developing country centres, and are looking to establish more of these. If you would like to help, please contact us.
Life for a Child is always interested in quality education materials for children, families and health professionals. The Programme has a dedicated online section covering multiple world languages. Any suggestions or enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors and organisations providing donated materials will be acknowledged and credited.
Have we answered your question? If not, send us your question by e-mail.
Any material available on our website can be freely used. Permission requests are only required if reproduction or translation is involved. If you are interested in reproducing or translating any Life for a Child materials please contact email@example.com. When using existing materials, please correctly acknowledge any material that organisations have generously shared with Life for a Child.
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered above, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.