THANK YOU, from the team at Diabetes Hands Foundation


As the year comes to a close, and our families come together for a merry good time near the warmth of the fire, our attention turns to those who have made our progress possible. In the spirit of the holidays and sending virtual hugs, we want to say sincerely, thank you.

Thank you for supporting the work we do.

Thank you for participating.

Thank you for showing up when it counts.

Thank you for sharing our mission.

Thank you for being open to us serving you.

Thank you for being who you are, for being transparent, and for having the humility to reach out for support. It is an honor to serve you.

Thank you for believing in us.

Thank you for allowing us to weave you into the fabric of positive impact for people with diabetes throughout the world.

Thank you for learning and growing with us this year.

Thank you.

Thank you.

Thank you.

We have said it before and couldn’t say it enough, our work isn’t possible without your support.

So in this holiday season, should you be filled with the spirit of giving, we invite you to make a donation to the Diabetes Hands Foundation.

May the rest of 2013 be merry and bright, and may the coming year bring you happiness, lots of hugs,  and much success.


The Diabetes Hands Foundation Team


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Comment by shoshana27 on December 30, 2013 at 1:35pm


Comment by SEAGATOR on December 31, 2013 at 4:45am

And a Blessed and most Happy New Year to you all.

Thanks so much for the hard work you do. Reed

Comment by wendy on January 1, 2014 at 7:54am

Thank You All !! :)


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