Welcome to my 2020 Fundraising Page!
I am asking you to support me in the Tour de Cure® because finding a cure for diabetes is near and dear to my heart. I started riding and fundraising for this great cause 8 years ago when my good friend Brad Maas and his wife Pam discovered that their daughter, Paige, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. (To the right is a picture of Paige, her loving sister Jamie, and myself) Also, my wonderful mother in law, Sue Jordahl lives with pre-diabetes, despite her ongoing efforts of a healthy diet and exercise. And I ride because of the 30 million adults and children in the US alone who live with this terrible disease.
Although due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s Tour de Cure Ride will be done virtually instead of an organized event, our mission and goal remains the same; raise as much money as possible to help find a cure from this disease. Now more than ever, the Americans Diabetes Association needs our help, as many streams of reliable funding have been cut off due to the COVID crisis. I still plan to ride this July, whether it be with other members of Paige’s Pilots, or on my own, to continue the tradition of raising awareness and funds. My dedication to this cause remains strong!
I have set a goal to raise $1,500 this year for diabetes research and education.
Help Me Reach My Goal!
$10, $15, or whatever you can manage since every dollar helps and no donation is too small!
When you donate:
- You spread awareness of the devastating effects of diabetes.
- You advocate for a child discriminated against in school because of diabetes.
- You fund life-saving research.
- You provide access to community programs and free resources that help those living with diabetes
By participating in the Tour de Cure, I hope to inspire others to join me and raise money.
Thank you for making a generous donation to this cause that is so important to me. And thank you to everyone who has donated in the past. Your donations ARE making a difference everyday for those living with this disease that must be stopped! - Andy Kullick
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