Equivalent: two coffees at Starbucks. Less than 2 rides on Toronto Transit.
The concept is simple. Spare one rose this Valentine’s Day (’bout $5) and instead donate to help save a child with diabetes. Click the rose right below to learn more.
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Move more mountains. Look what you can do for such a small amount each day.
This is about our community, providing lifesaving supplies to those in need.
Check these stats from 2014:
Let’s make this Valentine’s Day the best one yet. So don’t get me flowers, give to the Spare A Rose campaign.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone,
It’s the second installment of my thrift store dresses in blue.
We wear blue every friday to support those affected by diabetes.
I’m not sure the origin of this dress but I feel like it has a Spanish flare to it. Spain is known for its passionate, romantic and ultra-sexy dance styles so for Valentine’s Day, I think this fits well.
Remember to use the hashtag #BlueFridays when you participate.
And since it’s love day, don’t forget about the Spare a Rose, Save a Child initiative. Help save a diabetic child’s life by donating, which will provide funds for much needed supplies like insulin, strips and access to doctors.
How are you wearing blue today?
How many of us stare at our meter, then cringe and complain at our blood glucose reading?
We feel our hard fingertips and needle stings, grunt at error messages and faulty sites.
Although our frustrations shouldn’t be dismissed, they are definitely #firstworldproblems. Many in developing countries don’t have access to insulin, meters, strips or even doctors.
You can make a difference for someone living with diabetes. The difference between life and death.
This Valentine’s Day, consider donating to the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child program. Spare a rose in your bouquet on love day and give hope to a child who needs it.
See the faces of those you are helping.
A full list of blogs and sites helping to promote Spare A Rose, Save a Child via Kerri Sparling’s Six Until Me
Sending love to diabetic children and their families around the world,