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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Philanthropy, Private Grantmaking Foundations

Mission: Adrenal disease education,support and awareness

Results: We are working on a large project to stop death from undiagnosed adrenal disease. We have earned a lot of money, but still have a long way to go before we can implement the project.

Target demographics: individuals who have adrenal disease, along with their loved ones and caregivers.

Direct beneficiaries per year: We have 2600 people on our mailing list, most of them people with adrenal disease.

Programs: Publish, print and mail adrenal disease literature and quarterly newsletter to support groups, medical practioners, and the general public

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

I learned I have a rare illness called Adrenal Insufficiency. NADF has been amazing taking my calls and sending me information. I was so impressed I joined them and became a support group leader for NADF in Kansas City!

Susan M.

Board Member

Rating: 5

They are so supportive. Along with all the vital information they provide, they also have local support groups run by volunteers. NADF is a wonderful organization!

Previous Stories


Rating: 5

I called NADF looking for a support group. While they didn't have one in my area, I immediately took on the role of Support Group Leader in my area. NADF sends out life-saving information. I am so much more knowledgeable about my disease since joining NADF, and I'm able to help others and support others. The Executive Director and the President of NADF are the most caring, compassionate, and trustworthy people you'll ever meet.

Review from Guidestar

Susan M.


Rating: 5

After having Addison's Disease for 3 years, I decided I needed some support. I contacted NADF, and I ended up starting a New England-based support group for people with Addison's Disease. It was the first time I met other people with Addison's. Everyone is so helpful. I've gotten more common sense advice on taking care of myself than I did through my regular endocrinologist.