Supporters

Financial and in-kind support over the years have allowed the St. Louis Diabetes Coalition to achieve goals and evolve as a model community health organization.  Sources of major grants, contracts, donations and in-kind contributions of products and services are presented below.

2009

City of St. Louis (Diabetes@Work site)
Eli Lilly
Missouri Foundation for Health
Novo Nordisk
Open Health LLC
Saint Louis University Center for Outcomes Research (SLUCOR)
Saint Louis University School of Public Health
St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition
sanofi-aventis
Washington University Diabetes Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital

2008

AmerenUE (Diabetes@Work site)
Mercy Health Plans (Diabetes@Work site)
Merck
Metro Bi-State Transit Authority (Diabetes@Work site)
Missouri Foundation for Health
Novo Nordisk
Open Health LLC
sanofi-aventis
Washington University Diabetes Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital

2007

AmerenUE (Diabetes@Work site)
Bryan Cave (Diabetes@Work site)
City of St. Louis (Diabetes@Work site)
sanofi-aventis
Smurfit Stone (Diabetes@Work site)
St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition

2006

BJC Christian Hospital (Diabetes@Work site)
City of St. Louis (Diabetes@Work site)
Missouri Foundation for Health
Novo Nordisk
Wellpoint Associate Giving Program
sanofi-aventis

2005

Aventis
Missouri Foundation for Health
Missouri Hospital Association
Novo Nordisk
United Healthcare (Diabetes@Work site)
Wellpoint Associate Giving Program

2004

GHP
Lutheran International Center (Diabetes@Work site)
Missouri Hospital Association

2003

Aventis
Bristol Myers Squibb
Eli Lilly
GHP
Missouri Hospital Association
State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (Diabetes Prevention and Control Program)

2002

Aventis
Bristol Myers Squibb
Novartis
Pfizer
TheraSense

(Prior to 2002, funding for St. Louis Diabetes Coalition projects was managed by the American Diabetes Association, Gateway Chapter.)