Your Referrals Help People In Need
We are on a mission to raise $6,000 for Juvenile Diabetes Research this year.
Type 1 diabetes is generally diagnosed at an early age. It is non-related to diet and exercise and is incurable, with life-long treatment required. Current research is focused on identifying ways to prevent type 1 diabetics from entering a life-threatening coma caused by blood sugar dropping during sleep, as well as potential options to prevent the body’s immune system from destroying insulin creating pancreatic cells.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is the global leader in the search to prevent, cure, and treat type 1 diabetes, having advanced 25 potential therapies in 2017 alone. They rely on grants and fundraising to support these initiatives.
YOUR REFERRALS REALLY DO HELP THE KIDS (and adults too)…
Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team? $100 from every referral goes to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation!
Not only will they benefit from our award winning service; since we donate a portion of our income from home sales to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, a very worthy cause benefits as well.
Thanks in advance for the referrals!
Say Hi to Rayah
Why We Support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
My niece, Rayah was diagnosed at the age of two, and I have watched her suffer through pokes and lifestyle restrictions from that young age. I am always in awe of her bright and sassy personality and her will to thrive and outdo herself constantly. She is now 10 and acts just like a regular kid, and my wish is that through the support of JDRF, one day she will be able to live life symptom, needle, and worry free!
I encourage you to visit the JDRF website at www.jdrf.ca to learn more about t1d and how they are making a difference in the lives of children and their families!
If you know someone who is thinking of selling or buying a home, please fill in the form on this page. Help us reach our goal supporting kids with diabetes!