The Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana (DYFI) is a local 501c3 non-profit with a mission and passion to educate, encourage, and empower children living with Type 1 diabetes, while providing support to their families. All donations made to the DYFI stay right here in Indiana and support our campers! While majority of our funding goes toward making camp affordable for all families, we are also in need of donations to help keep camp vibrant and running. This includes repairs, new structures to expand, and more!
Check out below to find out how you can donate to the DYFI!
If you would prefer to send a check, please make the check out to the Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana, 5050 E. 211th St. Noblesville, IN 46062.
Thank you for your support!
Our condolences go to family and friends of John Bernard Jansen! Contributions can be made in his honor by clicking below.
Dr. Andy Riggs was an amazing person and doctor who spent his summers helping kids with diabetes at Camp Until A Cure. His legacy will live on in all those who he gave the confidence and motivation to live a healthy life!? If you would like to make a contribution in his memorial, please click below:
All donations can be mailed or dropped off at Camp (5050 East 211th Street, Noblesville, IN 46062.)
If you would prefer to order off of Amazon, here is a link to our Wish List. Don’t forget to use Amazon Smile while you shop! For every purchase, the Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana will get a percentage back. Click here to shop Amazon Smile anytime. (Our shipping address for Amazon is 5050 East 211th Street, Noblesville, IN 46062.)
List of needed items:
- Arts & Crafts Supplies
- Paracord, Tiedye kits, Key Chains, Construction Paper, Rexlace Plastic Lace, Jewelry Beads, Fashion Duct Tape
- Window Air Conditioners
- Clorox / Lysol Wipes
- Brooms and Dustpans
- Rubber Gloves
- 55 Gallon Trash Bags
- Tall Kitchen Draw String Trash Bags
- Ball Point Pens
- AA, AAA, 2032 3V, 2450 3V
- Gallon Size Zip Lock Bags
- HP 950XL and HP 951 Ink Cartridges
- Lysol Spray, Works, Clorox Spray
- Boy Pull Ups
- Girl Pull Ups
- Ceiling Fans
- Copy Paper
- Manilla Folders
- Bug Spray
Dream Big Wishlist
Here is a list of our ‘dream big’ wishlist, items that are either needed but lack funding or would be great to have for the campers! It might even be something a group with required skills could help with.
- Dining Hall
- Commercial Refrigerator
- Commercial Freezer
- Commercial Oven/ Stove
- Dining Hall Tables & Chairs
- Concrete Steps to Cabins
- Cabins Rebuilt with Bathrooms Inside
- Dining Hall Sewer System
- Campfire Seating
- Tree Work
- Commercial Pumps for Pool
A HUGE thank you to Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent, Ascension for donating funding to build a new high ropes challenge course and climbing walls!
A HUGE thank you to Healthcare Initiatives, Inc. for donating funding to have our bathhouse remodeled!
If you are interested in donating or helping with any of the above items, please contact Jenna White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank You Sponsors
Without our sponsors, Camp Until A Cure would not be possible. Thank you to all of our generous sponsors:
ADVANTAGE Health Solutions
American Dairy Association of Indiana, Inc.
American Health Network
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana
Beech Grove Eagles
Carmel Lions Club
Community Health Network
Double Q Foundation
Eli Lilly and Company
Eli Lilly Endowment
Finish Line Youth Foundation
Fraternal Order of the Eagles
Healthcare Initiatives, Inc.
Hendricks Regional Health
Indy World of Wheels
John W. Anderson Foundation
Junior League of Indianapolis Inc.
Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Lions of Indiana
Miller Summer Mission for Children Fund
Nicholas Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
Norma Taulman Memorial Fund
Novo Nordisk, Inc.
Peyton Manning Children???s Hospital at St. Vincent
Republic National Distributing Company
Seton Specialty Hospital, Inc.
St. Barnabas Catholic Church
The National Bank of Indianapolis
Thermo King Corporation
Thermo King Midwest
Trevisan-Fueger Memorial Fund