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Join our team in the fight to help create a world without type 1 diabetes!

Tristin's Tiara Trifecta in 2011
Tristin's Tiara Trifecta in 2011

Hello friends!

This year, we have formed a team for the wonderful woman in our lives, Tristin, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1994.  We three sisters are teaming up with other friends to do our part to help find a cure!

The money our JDRF Walk Team raises will go directly to support this life-changing research.

Type 1 diabetes is a devastating disease for which there is no known cause and worse, no cure. People with type 1 diabetes must take insulin in order to stay alive. This means undergoing multiple injections daily, or having insulin delivered through an insulin pump, and testing their blood sugar by pricking their fingers for blood six or more times a day. People with diabetes must also carefully balance their food intake and their exercise to regulate their blood sugar levels, in an attempt to avoid hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemic (high blood sugar) reactions, which can be life threatening.

We have joined the fight against T1D! For the fourth year, we will be joining 20,000 of our closest friends at MOA for this great cause. We invite you to join us on February 23, or consider supporting our team through a donation. We sincerely appreciate all your support!

Tristin's Tiara Trifecta - Join Team Raised
Tauni Howes $0.00
Team Gifts $0.00
Denotes a Team Captain

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Thank You

Your contribution and fundraising makes sure those with T1D live healthier lives today, and someday, a life free of T1D. Wyatt, a JDRF Youth Ambassador says:


"The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes is one of the best days of the year! It is so much fun and it makes me very happy to see so many people walking to show they care. Thank you to everyone for helping us raise money for the cure...there is nothing more important to me and all those who live with type 1 diabetes."

- Wyatt
Age of diagnosis: 4 1/2

Take the first step and be a hero to someone with T1D!