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A Dream Gala for Juvenile Diabetes

Mark your calendars for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's black tie event to raise critical funds for type 1 diabetes research



2017 event photo, Photo by Jim Darling Photograph/courtesy Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

More than 500 people are expected to attend the sold-out 2018 Dream Gala in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation on May 19, 2018, at the Westin Downtown Denver Hotel. The gala will offer an exciting lineup of live auction items, including a trip to Los Angeles for the 2019 Grammy awards!

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes research. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has worked to cure, prevent and treat type 1 diabetes and its complications by investing more than $2 billion in research funding since its inception.

The black tie event will include a cocktail reception, a multi-course dinner, silent and live auctions, live entertainment and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's signature Fund a Cure program, in which 100 percent of tax-deductible contributions drive research for artificial pancreas technology, beta cell replacement therapies and other critical research priorities.

“Everyone who comes out to support the event will bring us one step closer to turning Type One into Type None. Whether you know someone affected by type 1 diabetes or not, your support can help to give hope and relieve some of the burden of people with T1D and their families,” said Laura Rosseisen, the Foundation's Rocky Mountain Executive Director.

The Clue to a Cure-themed gala will bring together prominent philanthropic community leaders in support of raising critical funds for type 1 diabetes research. 

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