Dawgs for Diabetes February Newsletter

Check out our February Newsletter!!

Our February Newsletter !


Why is it Important to Give Back and Get Involved? (Camp Kudzu and JDRF)

Why is it important to give back and get involved?

Many members were once campers at Camp Kudzu, and many of us now attend Camp as volunteers. Many of us are also involved with JDRF in various capacities.

But these two great causes we care about are only the tip of the iceberg.
A lot of us are involved in other aspects of the Diabetes community, not just Camp and JDRF; shadowing, volunteering, blogs, CDN, ADA, education, speaking, and so much more. We are also involved in areas that are not related to Diabetes.
As an organization, we find it very important to be involved and give back because many of us have benefitted from various organizations. We also enjoy it!

Photo at Camp Kudzu Session 3 in August

Camp Kudzu


Mindy, President (left), and Sarah, Vice President (right)
at Camp Kudzu 2014

Mindy’s favorite part about camp is giving back to the place that she grew up with, and of course Arts and Crafts (TIE-DYE) . She hopes that future campers will get what she got of camp; family, inspiration, lifelong friends, and so much more.
If you are looking for a wonderful volunteer opportunity, keep Camp Kudzu in mind for this summer! Visit the link above the photo for more details!


JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes (One Walk)
When: October 25 at 1PM
Where: Sandy Creek Park, Athens, GA

“The JDRF Walk is an impactful way to raise money for critically needed type 1 diabetes (T1D) research and show your support for the millions of people affected by this serious disease. (JDRF Website).”
Visit the link above if you would like to donate to JDRF or join the Dawgs for Diabetes Team! Any donation makes a difference! Invite your friends and family to the walk and to donate as well.

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Last years’ exec at the walk.

Danielle, former Vice President (bottom left),- Her favorite part about the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes (becoming the JDRF One Walk) was seeing so much community involvement. Outside of her sister, she didn’t know much about the disease, so to be around the “diabetic” family and seeing how these kids are able to cope with a chronic disease so young was an amazing experience.

D4D September 2014 Newsletter

Don’t forget about our Campus Tour on October 26 from 1-5PM at UGA!

We are so excited to post our September 2014 Newsletter! We appreciate everyone’s collaboration for our second newsletter!

Thanks from all of us at D4D!

D4D Newsletter 2014

We are so excited to launch our First Newsletter. Enjoy. We apologize for the delay. We’d love to hear what you think!

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D4D Newsletter July 2014

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Thanks- From all of us at D4D