Coral Springs – New nonprofit organization, Hoyek Foundation, announces official launch release for the foundation, a foundation devoted to providing financial resources for people living with Type 1 Diabetes who are struggling to afford medications and treatments, as well as raising awareness for the cause through donations, fundraising, and volunteering opportunities.
Hoyek Foundation is spreading awareness of Type 1 Diabetes while reducing the financial burden for people that live with Type 1 Diabetes. Hoyek Foundation covers costs for those who may not qualify for financial or medical coverage for their Type 1 Diabetes medications and treatments, as well as requiring that all donations go directly to funding Type 1 Diabetes.
The Hoyek Foundation website https://hoyekfoundation.org, provides information and resources for families in need of financial support to afford Type 1 Diabetes medications, doctor’s visits, and treatments such as test strips, insulin, and pumps. The site provides ways for visitors to give back and show support for the cause by donating and attending fundraising events for Type 1 Diabetes.
The Hoyek Foundation for Type 1 Diabetes was established by Pete Hoyek, President and CEO of Hoyek Foundation. Hoyek plans on expanding the Hoyek Foundation for Type 1 Diabetes on a worldwide level. “The Hoyek Foundation is committed to making a difference for Type 1 Diabetes,” stated Hoyek. “With this website, we hope to provide a resource where families can relieve their financial stresses of Type 1 Diabetes and offer a way for people to give back to their community by supporting this meaningful cause.”
The mission of Hoyek Foundation for Type 1 Diabetes is to relieve the financial burden of Type 1 Diabetes and raise awareness for the cause. For more information on the Hoyek Foundation for Type 1 Diabetes, visit the website online at hoyekfoundation.org.