Join our group on Facebook - Support Sam DiMarco's Walk for the Cure

We are hoping to have a HUGE delegation of walkers on Team DiMarco this year! The Welland Walk to Cure Diabetes is fairly young, this is the third year. Last year, our family and friends raised $650.00. Amazing!
This year, we are aiming for $1000.00.

It's a great walk for families, 5 KM is not that far! Bring a stroller for little ones and join us for a fun day!

If you can't join us, please consider sponsoring us personally or pledge Team DiMarco online at jdrf.ca/walk.

Every little bit counts! Sam can't wait for his cure!!!

UPDATE! August 24 Team DiMarco has raised $400 through this group so far!! Thanx to everyone who has gone online and pledged our walkers. Make sure to print off your charitable donations receipt. And to those of you who still need them, yes i do have more pledge forms! Keep it up :)

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Comment by Manny Hernandez on September 2, 2007 at 7:17pm
Make sure to add a blurb about your walk to this topic:
http://tudiabetes.com/forum/topic/show?id=583967%3ATopic%3A35866
Comment by Tracy on September 2, 2007 at 8:11pm
done, and done! thanx!
Comment by stretched2thin on January 5, 2009 at 10:22am
I hope to find something like this here in my town! Keep up the good work!

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