One click can do big things for a child with diabetes . . .
Posted: November 7, 2010 in Diabetes
Tags: Blood sugar, diabetes, Diabetes Hands Foundation, Insulin
With just one click you can make a difference in a child’s life.
You have the chance, with one click to supply a child with life-sustaining insulin. All you have to do is simply click your mouse and take less than two minutes to watch a video. Then, just pass it on.
Here’s the video:
The Big Blue Test
is an initiative started by the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF). It is an event that takes place every November 14 during World Diabetes Day. People With Diabetes are asked to test their blood sugar at 2 p.m. that day, then for 14 minutes do some moderate exercise (even walking will do), then test again and share the results online.
This year the DHF is working with Roche Diabetes Care to reach a goal of 100,000 views of its Big Blue Test promotional video. To help the foundation reach this goal Roche will make a donation for every view the video receives up to $75,000.
The more views of the video, the greater the donations. Overall, these funds will help supply donated insulin and supplies for children in countries in urgent need and to attend diabetes camps that often provide the only education and support these kids receive.
So, please show your support and do the Big Blue Test. For those of you that don’t have diabetes, watch the short video and make a big difference in child’s life. It only takes a click.