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Juvenile Diabetes Research Fundraiser and Limited Edition Gold Art Glitter Glue Bottle

Posted by Amanda Ray on

I am so grateful to the folks at Art Glitter Glue for sourcing this beautiful gold bottle and allowing us to use it exclusively for our Juvenile Diabetes Research Fundraiser.

We are actually doing two fundraisers in one.  Many of you know our Shipping Pro, Jeremy (#hunnybunny).  Jeremy is a diabetic and has been since he was a child, about a month ago they discovered that his son Ryan is also a Type 1 diabetic (TD1).  

In doing so their family incurred unexpected medical expenses and we are so excited to have the opportunity to help out.

We are going to use purchases of this special gold bottle to raise funds and even awareness of the disease.  A portion of the proceeds will be divided equally and given to Jeremy's family as well as JDRF.org.

Ryan is also doing his own fundraiser with JDRF.org and will be participating in a walk with them in November.  The funds we raise for JDRF with the glue sales will be sent in Ryan's name as funds he has raised for the walk.  If you would like to donate directly to Ryan's walk fund you can do so here.  You will notice that Ryan's mom, Kristina is his team captain.

We want to thank you in advance for your support, children all over our nation will benefit from your purchase, not just Ryan, but he will be forever blessed by this!

 

 

 


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3 comments

  • Been a diabetic for 17 years. It is a daily issue, but you can do it. Modern medicine is a miracle. The fundraiser is awesome. Can’t wait to use my gold bottles. I bought extra to share.

    Ray on
  • This is so awesome of yall to do this. I to am diabetic. I have an insulin pump. Been almost 6 yrs. But been a diabetic for 20 + years. I know the feeling.

    Kathy Jones on
  • I’m so happy you are doing this. I’m a type 2 diabetic and know the struggles I have. I knew you guys were awesome but this just proves it even more. It takes a village and I’m glad you’re taking care of your village. :-)

    Carrie Yoder on

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