• Agitsi Stained Glass

  • Dr. Aliakber and Farida Akberali

  • Dr. and Mrs. Jay Anderson

  • Elizabeth and Saumuel Battiest

  • Donnie and Gayle Cox

  • Heidi Dawson

  • Dr. Jose and Mrs. Cheryl Echevarria

  • Dr. Jesicah Gilmore and Dane Bowin

  • Mike McBride III and Dawnette Brady

  • Arden and Joyce Roberts

  • Edward E. Rogers

  • Dr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Roman

  • Jim and Sharon Ruley

  • Carmelita Skeeter

  • Mary Ann and Andrew Vassar in Memory of Joe T. Paden

Diabetes harms our Native American community at a rate 3 times higher than other Americans and shortens their life span by 5 years.

Circle of Blue is a group of individuals and companies who recognize the urgent need to prevent diabetes within our Native American community. Through their support they are advocates in shaping the change that stops the cycle of this illness. This caring group provides hope, healing, and health by making a financial commitment that strengthens treatment and prevention programs to combat diabetes.

For a gift of $500 or more you can join this caring group and help our Native American Community live longer.

We are a community that honors passing along our traditions. Sadly,diabetes has become common to our people and they have come to believe it is destined to be passed along. But that’s not true. With diabetes prevention—which is getting back to our traditional way of eating and staying active—we can break the generational cycle
of disease.

Membership Benefits


  • Annual Reception (includes a seat for you and your guest and two seats for a guest who would like to join)

  • Discounted tickets to Dance of the Two Moons with VIP Seating Circle of Blue Patrons will be recognized at the event

  • Invitation to IHCRC Annual Meeting

  • Recognition in IHCRC Annual Report, Healthy Spirit Magazine, and on IHCRC’s Website

  • Digital copy of IHCRC Annual Report

  • Digital copy of quarterly issue of Healthy Spirit Magazine

  • Running Strong t-shirt and opportunity to participate in a Health and Wellness event. Opportunity for 2019 membership is to join the Running Strong Club for the Tulsa Run in Oct each year

  • Special invitation for you and your family to participate in IHCRC Family Fun and Fitness Day (held annually in Spring or Fall)

  • Recognition on Donor Wall (in progress)

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