Promotions That Give Back

Support our National Sponsors and our Promotions that Give Back campaign with these great gift options for family and friends. Choose a gift that keeps on giving and help make a difference in the fight to Stop Diabetes®.

Johnson & Johnson

Turn Your Photos into Donations for Diabetes Camp

What if a snapshot could help us host more children with diabetes at our life-changing summer camps? Well, now it can! Now through June 20, the American Diabetes Association's Diabetes Camps are among the many worthy causes supported by the Donate a Photo app, from Johnson & Johnson. Donate a Photo turns an action people take every day—snapping personal photos and sharing them to social media—into a way to do good. For every photo you share through Donate a Photo, Johnson & Johnson gives $1 to the cause of your choice. Please choose the American Diabetes Association to help Stop Diabetes! Our goal is to garner enough photos to help 33 kids, and it takes 1,496 photos to send one child to Diabetes Camp…just think, your great photos can mean lasting memories for kids living with diabetes.

Visit donateaphoto.com to get started.

Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Join James Earl Jones to Find Your Leading Role in T2D Management and Help Support the American Diabetes Association!

Janssen Pharmaceuticals is supporting the American Diabetes Association's education, research, awareness, and advocacy initiatives through a collaboration with James Earl Jones created to help educate and inspire millions of people to take control of their type 2 diabetes and imagine loving their numbers. Go to ICanImagine.com to follow along on James Earl's care journey and let him guide you through a fun, interactive quiz to discover your leading role in type 2 diabetes management. Through December 31, 2016, every time someone takes the quiz, a donation is made to the American Diabetes Association and a second donation is made when the quiz results are shared on social media.

Join us online and help spread the word. Visit ICanImagine.com today!

Larry H. Miller Group of Companies

Behind the Drive, A Son’s Tribute to his Father

Just in time for Father's Day! Read uplifting and untold stories in Behind the Drive, the new book about masterful entrepreneur, self-made billionaire, philanthropist and father, Larry H. Miller, his battle with diabetes and quiet acts of service. The Larry H. Miller Group of Companies donates $100,000 to support the Stop Diabetes® movement.

To learn more about Larry H. Miller and Behind the Drive visit bryanmiller.com/books/.

AmazonSmile

Shop at AmazonSmile and Help Stop Diabetes

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon. Since 2014 AmazonSmile has offered a simple and automatic way for you to support the American Diabetes Association every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you'll find the exact same prices, selection and shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchases back to the Association.

To get started today, visit smile.amazon.com.

Hilton HHonors

Donate Your Hilton Points and Make a Contribution!

Since 2012 Hilton HHonors™, the guest loyalty program of the Hilton brands hotels and resorts, has supported the movement to Stop Diabetes by selecting the American Diabetes Association as one of the charity partners in their "Give Back Program." If you are a Hilton HHonors member, you can choose to give HHonors loyalty points to the Association and a contribution will be made. For every 4,000 Hilton HHonors Points donated through this program, a $10 contribution will be made to help fight this devastating disease.

Make a difference and join the millions working towards a future free from diabetes by donating your Hilton HHonors points today!

Survey Monkey

You can help Stop Diabetes® simply by taking online surveys. Yes, it's really that easy!

Since 2014, SurveyMonkey has supported the American Diabetes Association and the Stop Diabetes movement through SurveyMonkey Contribute. Sign up to be a panel member on Contribute, and you will receive surveys from SurveyMonkey customers who need your opinion. For every survey you take, SurveyMonkey will donate $0.50 to American Diabetes Association.

Most surveys take just minutes to complete (once you complete your initial profile)—making it a quick and fun way to help Stop Diabetes® right from your computer screen. Sign up today for free on SurveyMonkey to get started. Thank you for your help—together we can Stop Diabetes!

American Medical ID®

Personalize a New Medical ID and Give Back

If you have a chronic condition like diabetes, a medical ID can be a simple, yet vital tool that speaks for you if you can't in an emergency. For more than 20 years, American Medical ID has served the diabetes community by offering stylish, custom-engraved bracelets and necklaces. When you purchase from American Medical ID, 20% of your purchase will be donated to the American Diabetes Association to help support its mission.

Visit americanmedical-id.com to get started!

Medical ID Fashions

Give Back When You Purchase a Designer Medical ID

Show your support with a custom, handmade designer medical ID bracelet by artist Abbe Sennett. For every order fulfilled via the American Diabetes Association's "Promotions That Give Back" webpage, Medical ID Fashions will donate 10% of every purchase back to the Association. Medical ID Fashions has been a proud supporter of the American Diabetes Association and the mission to Stop Diabetes since 2013.

Visit Medical ID Fashions to find your bracelet today!

StickyJ® Medical ID

Custom Engraved Medical Alert Jewelry that Gives Back

StickyJ® Medical ID is a proud supporter of the American Diabetes Association Stop Diabetes movement. Help improve diabetes health awareness by taking the opportunity to shop for a new medical ID bracelet, necklace, ID tag or more. For every order received through the Association's "Promotions that Give Back" webpage, StickyJ® Medical ID will donate 20% of every purchase to the American Diabetes Association.

Visit stickyj.com to get started.