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JDRF’s Walk to Cure Diabetes - Shepparton VIC

JDRF’s Walk to Cure Diabetes - Shepparton VIC - Has Ended

 5 Oct, 2014 - 5 Oct, 2014
 Sun 10:00am - Sun 3:00pm
 Tom Collins Drive
  Shepparton, VIC
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The Walk

The 3.4km Walk will start in the All Abilities Playground next to Aquamoves and follow the path around Victoria Park Lake, twice, finishing in the Walk Village. The Walk is pram and wheelchair friendly and dogs on leashes are permitted.

Join us after the Walk for a BYO lunch, raffle and live entertainment.

Please bring a healthy diabetes-friendly lunch with you.

Getting to the Walk

Parking is available at the venue.

Thank you for your commitment to JDRF and we look forward to you joining in the fun of the Walk to Cure Diabetes!


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 Rika Beetonorganiser
 0457 316 528

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The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the world's largest charitable supporter of type 1 diabetes research. JDRF was founded in 1970 in the US and 1982 in Australia by a group of determined volunteers. Internationally, JDRF has been involved in every major type 1 diabetes breakthrough of the last four decades. JDRF-funded researchers have driven the advancement of day-to-day disease management tools and accelerated the pace of research through a focus on four research priorities - immune therapies, beta cell therapies, glucose control therapies and complications therapies. JDRF supports Australian diabetes research via the strategic provision of funding, investing over $160 million into Australian research to date. In addition to supporting research, JDRF Australia plays a key role in advising and influencing health policy direction across all levels of government and building community awareness of type 1 diabetes. Throughout all local and international activities JDRF's mission remains constant - to find a cure for type 1 diabetes and its complications through the support of research.

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