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At Christmas time it can be difficult to decide on presents and if you have family or friends who live far away sending something can be expensive.

We have the perfect solution for you: two exclusive diabetes research gifts and a gift card you can hang on the tree.

These gifts help us continue our research into finding a cure for diabetes and preventing complications - thank you Smile

Please select from the following and either pay by secure PayPal (donate button above), send us an email to let us know or phone us on 8 9224 1006 to place your order.

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Gift of hope donation - Christmas card for the tree.

We are happy to send this card on your behalf, just let us know the details.

Card amounts: from $20, but you can choose an amount to suit your budget: $50, $100, $200 or above.

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Diabetes Research WA Hummingbird Lapel Pin $10


Diabetes Research WA Hummingbird tie $40

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Hummingbird colouring page - adult

Download the PDF here

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Hummingbird colouring page - children.

Download the PDF here


Did you know that you can donate to our research at no cost to you?

It’s as simple as downloading the Shopnate app onto your computer or phone so that, when you shop online at a variety of stores such as Target, CellarMasters, brasNthings, Adore Beauty, Peter Alexander, Quiksilver etc, they donate a percentage of your purchase to us – at no charge to you!

It really is the simplest way to support research and this link ensures your donation comes to us so we'd love you to please download it now!

Thank you for joining with us in our search for better treatments, management systems and a cure for diabetes.


Diabetes Research WA is doing everything possible to find solutions,
but we need your help. Find out how you can contribute.


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