Donate to Health Education On Wheels
Donations to Health Education on Wheels, a Recognized National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) help to promote lifestyle intervention to prevent type 2 diabetes, and other chronic diseases to those who have the disease and those at risk in Staten Island communities where they live, play, work and worship to help delay or prevent the onset of the disease.
Your funds are put to work immediately to help promote small steps that lead to big rewards in making changes toward a healthier lifestyle to reap big rewards such as delaying or preventing the disease and its complications..
Anyone Can Be a Volunteer. Also You
Make a difference in the lives of the people with diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other preventable diseases in our communities by becoming a volunteer.
Whether it’s supporting diabetes or bringing awareness of the dangers and complications of diabetes or prevention by reaching people where they live, work and play.
Health Education on Wheels needs you!
How Can You Help?
Health Education on Wheels is always looking for committed individuals willing to lend their time to help out. As Health Education on Wheels volunteer, you can use your expertise and experience in leadership, public relations, fund raising, nutrition, physical activities, and more to help your community.Learn more
“ I was 140 lbs when I started the program. At the end of the 16 week course, I am
proud to report, I have reached my 7% weight-loss goal. I am now 130 lbs.”
“Recording what I eat and drink including: amount, calories and fat grams - has made
me a conscious eater. I think before I eat and I am making healthier food choices.”
“The National Diabetes Prevention Program has helped me to lose weight through
healthy eating and daily exercise.”
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