Lifeline Diabetics

We buy unused diabetic supplies and donate them to diabetics that can’t afford high health insurance costs.

How it works

Chief Executive Officer

Liam Lorem


about us

Born A Type 1 Deabetic

On October 28th, 1968 I Liam Lorem was born with type 2 diabetes. My family was a taxi driver and my mom was a stay at home mom. We would always struggle to afford proper testing supplies, I felt a type of guilt for putting this pressure on my family. I don’t want anyone to go through the same.



Why selecting us is your best Option ?

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Brands We Accept

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These are a handful of brands we accept, Help out other diabetics in need of supplies!


Have any questions?

Check our FAQ

Yes. Any product that can be purchased over-the-counter at a pharmacy can be legally sold, even if the product was originally purchased by prescription.

You forfeit them. We pay for you to ship your items and WILL NOT send products back that do not meet our simple terms and conditions. They will be donated or destroyed.

We pay HALF PRICE for damaged products, as long as they’re not opened or expired. Refer to our damage guidelines for additional information.

We’ve had an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau since 2013. You can find thousands of positive reviews from people just like you, on sites like Google, Trustpilot, SiteJabber, ShopperApproved and more.

We offer two options for payment: Business check or PayPal. In order to use PayPal, you FIRST need to set up a PayPal account at Please note: PayPal charges a 2.9% fee to the SELLER. We have no control over this.

YES. If you can’t use the pre-paid Fedex label we provide, you can ship the items yourself using another carrier. We will reimburse you up to $10.00 for shipping, which will be added to your total payment.



general questions

Chances are, you'll find the answer in our FAQs. Here are some of the more common questions we get asked:

HAVE YOU EVER found yourself with an overstock of diabetes supplies, like test strips and lancets, that will expire before you’re able to use them? You may have upgraded to a new meter, changed brands, or simply accumulated an overstock over time.

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