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Tour de Cure
diabetes ride

It only takes $10 to make a difference.
2010 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes
Event  - Brevard County

March 27, 2010

(or more)
Year-Round Fundraiser

I have helped the local chapter of the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)  
organization for the past 12 years. It's been
mostly through my employment and as a
community member. Now, I feel it's time to help
as an author.

With the sale of each book in the Journey of
Twins Series -
After, Stolen, Vengence
(coming 2009), and any other book I will write,
I will donate $2 to JDRF. The sales can come
from any place where they are sold. Check
under the books tab to learn where you can
obtain a copy. Due to its graphic content, the
Nature Kranderson book is intended for a
mature audience only.

With your help, we can make the end of
juvenile (Type 1) diabetes a reality instead of
a dream.


Janet Durbin


About JDRF:

JDRF was founded in 1970 by the parents of
children with juvenile diabetes - a disease that
strikes children suddenly, makes them insulin
dependent for life, and carries the constant
threat of devastating complications. Since
inception, JDRF has provided more than $1
billion to diabetes research worldwide. More
than 80 percent of JDRF's expenditures
directly support research and education about
research. JDRF's mission is constant: to find a
cure for diabetes and its complications
through the support of research. For more
information, visit the JDRF web site at
2010 ADA Tour de Cure
ride for diabetes

My personal fundraising goal


If you would like to help me reach my target
amount, simply c
lick on the link and there
you are, at the donation page.

Whether you purchase a book or not, I
thank you for your support. It means a lot to
me and the kids with Type 1 diabetes, and
to those with diabetes in general.

The 2009 Walk to Cure Diabetes event was a
huge success. Thousands of walkers showed up
to give their support in finding a cure for Type 1
diabetes, and so did I.

An ocean of colorful shirts extended for miles,
making the already beautiful scenery of the
beach line even more so. Especially since the
splash of reds, blues, greens, yellows, blacks and
whites were there to accomplish a mission, a
mission to stamp out diabetes. Click
here to take
a peek at some of my past pictures. I think you'll
agree, the view was breathtaking.


My mission for 2010 is to do again something I've
wanted to do for a very long time. I'm going to
ride a bike for diabetes. The ride will be in the
town of Christmas. Yes, I did say Christmas. It's a
wonderful place...decorations out all year long.

I will also be doing the JDRF Walk to Cure
Diabetes event in 2010. This is a beach walk that
draws a huge crowd.

To help me reach my goal for the JDRF walk of
$1000, or more, send your donations to the
address below. Make sure to put my name on
your donations information and that it is for the
Walk to Cure Diabetes event in 2010. By doing
this, you'll not only be helping me lose LOTS of
extra flab, but also helping a person with Type 1
diabetes reach a better finding a cure.

Address to send your donations:

Central Florida Chapter
370 Center Pointe Circle, Suite 1154
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701

2010 Walk for a Cure, walker Janet Durbin


For more information, call JDRF at:
Phone: 407-774-2166 fax: 407-774-2168
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