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  • Dr. Jesicah Gilmore and Dane Bowin

  • Mrs. Carmelita Skeeter

  • Sarah and Joe Kennedy

  • Mike McBride III and Dawnette Brady in memory of Donnie G. Brady

  • Arden and Joyce Roberts

  • Drs. Emmanuel and Divina Roman

  • Arden and Joyce Roberts

  • Agitsi Stained Glass

  • Mr. Sean Roberts - Graphic Resources and Reproduction

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 for diabetes education and care within our Native American community. Through their support they are advocates in raising awareness that diabetes is both preventable and treatable. This caring group makes it possible for at risk adults and youth to participate in life changing diabetes prevention and treatment programs that help them live longer fuller lives.

For a gift of $500 (that’s just $42 per month) you can join this caring group and help our Native American community live longer healthier lives.


  • 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, Magazine, and on IHCRC’s Website

  • Digital copy of IHCRC Annual Report

  • Digital copy of quarterly issue of Magazine

  • 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)


*Due to COVID-19 events may be postponed or held virtually


I was scared when I was diagnosed with pre-diabetes. I didn’t want it to turn into diabetes or to have to take insulin. The Diabetes Prevention Program helped me avoid becoming diabetic by showing me how to eat healthy and exercise. Now I walk, hike, or ride a bike daily. It’s been two years since I was diagnosed with pre-diabetes. I’ve lost 20 lbs, am diabetes free and feel better than ever.

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