We aimed to raise money and awareness for kids in developing countries who are without resources and insulin, and we raised money. And awareness. For the third year running, the diabetes community as a whole pledged their time, money, and outreach to touch the lives of people we’ll never meet but who have a chance to thrive based on our willingness to give.
If that’s not inspiring, I’m not sure what is.
In these beautiful images created by Mike Lawson from Diabetes Hands Foundation, you can see how far that money goes.
Thank you, each and every one of you, for your support for Spare a Rose. Your blog posts, Tweets, emails to friends and family, you reaching into your own pocket to share just a little so that others can continue to live … every little thing you do, matters and resonates. Spare a Rose has closed out for 2015, but the influence of our collective contribution will last a lifetime. And will provide a lifetime.
Our global community thrives and continues to inspire, thanks to all of you.