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Lilly Diabetes celebrates six years of scholarship support for American Diabetes Association diabetes summer camps by sending 90 children to camp in 2013
Date:2/13/2013

INDIANAPOLIS and ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

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  • Lilly Diabetes donates $90,000 to the @AmDiabetesAssn 2013 #camp scholarship fund; six donations totaling $442,000 made since '08
  • Lilly Diabetes reaches 6th year of supporting @AmDiabetesAssn #camp scholarship fund with $90,000 donation, sends 90 kids to camp in 2013 
  • For a second time in two months, Lilly Diabetes donates funds to support scholarship programs for young people with #T1 #diabetes 
  • Today Lilly Diabetes recognized six years of supporting the American Diabetes Association's (Association) camp scholarship fund by donating 90 scholarships—one for each year Lilly Diabetes has supported the needs of those living with the disease, beginning in 1923 when Lilly introduced the world's first commercial insulin.

    Diabetes summer camps allow children with diabetes to take part in traditional camp activities with staff and medical professionals who are experts in type 1 diabetes.

    For many children, camp is the first time they meet someone with whom they share a common bond: living with type 1 diabetes. Making that connection at camp can help set the stage for not only a fun-filled summer experience, but also a more positive outlook on a future with diabetes—an attitude that's critical for a lifetime of good diabetes self-management. That is why Lilly Diabetes has continued to help children attend diabetes summer camps through its partnership with the Association, and, since 2008, has donated more than $440,000 in scholarships to help children from families in need experience that same summer rite of passage as their peers.

    "This year would not have been possible financially without the generous support from your organization," said Leetta, mother of a 13-year-old girl who received a camp scholarship from the Association. "Everyone I saw at
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