Hello! This year,I will be able to drive to Reno JDRF walk and I am so excited to see the gang, Luka and Juno.it Juno's auntie Dru is a Sophomore at the Hermiston High School and has her permit so this will be the first driving trip that just DRu and I have taken I will not have to drive all the way and I am so excited for that, we have to leave right after the way on sunday and return to Hermiston so I can leave on Monday for the LAbrador National in Oympia, WA. WE are leaving on Thursday around lunch so that we can get there so we can spend friday with Juno and Luka, Auntie Dru loves playing with them and there just never seems to be enough time.
For us girls to be taking part in JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes, along with one-half million other walkers across the country is important to us, as we try to reach our goal of raising $89 million in hopes for a cure for our JUNO who is 4 years old this year.
Type 1, or juvenile diabetes, is a devastating disease that affects millions of people, a large and growing percentage of them children.
There is some good news, though. JDRF is our best hope for finding a cure. It funds more type 1 diabetes research than any other charity worldwide and it's making progress along many promising paths toward better treatments and a cure.
Now, more than ever, you can make a crucial difference. Won't you please give to JDRF as generously as possible? Together, we can make the cure a reality!
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