DiabetesSisters Receives Funds after Dissolution of The Diabetes Collective

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 General News
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On April 15, 2019, DiabetesSisters received funds and assets of The Diabetes Collective (TDC) after the organization was dissolved.

CHICAGO, May 8, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- On April 15, 2019, DiabetesSisters received

funds and assets of The Diabetes Collective (TDC) after the organization was dissolved.

In 2017, DiabetesSisters partnered with TDC to expand programming with a joint conference in Alexandria, VA. The event included the DiabetesSisters Weekend for Women and the TDC Diabetes UnConference, welcomed more than 150 attendees, and provided diabetes education and support for people with diabetes in a respectful, nonjudgmental environment. Partners and caregivers joined a special educational track to learn more about chronic illness and better ways to offer support to those living with diabetes.

"The joint conference weekend in 2017 enabled our organizations to reach more people living with diabetes and provide important, necessary information for them," said Anna Norton, DiabetesSisters CEO. "Our collaboration was unique in bringing together multiple segments of the diabetes community. Along with the rest of our community, we will miss The Diabetes Collective. The organization stressed the value of the patient voice."

DiabetesSisters continues its commitment to providing support and education to women living with diabetes through online and in-person programs, thanks to the leadership of its Board of Directors.

"We are grateful for the collaboration between DiabetesSisters and The Diabetes Collective," said Donna Rice, Chair, DiabetesSisters Board of Directors. "Our Board is committed to growing our organization's infrastructure and development of our staff."

About DiabetesSisters: A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, DiabetesSisters is the only organization nationwide focusing exclusively on women living with diabetes. Our mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women living with and at risk of developing diabetes and to advocate on their behalf. DiabetesSisters has a 25,000-member peer network that unites women with diabetes for the purpose of support, education, and advocacy. For more information, visit https://diabetessisters.org.

SOURCE Diabetessisters Inc



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