Aug 10, 2020

American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure

Tour de Cure Agenda
Tour de Cure Agenda

MANY ROADS. ONE PURPOSE.

The American Diabetes Association® held the 2020 Tour de Cure: Oregon for an engaging and inspirational day, which will connected us virtually wherever we were. Family, friends and co-workers joined virtually to participate on Tour day!

The ADA staff and volunteers hosted a live Facebook party on 7/25/2020. Local staff sent an email and posted on Facebook the information about the virtual event day schedule. The finish line may be different, but our mission remains.

Amplify our message, share your team spirit and tag us on Facebook @tdcORWA and use the hashtags #VIRTUALTOURDECURE2020 #TOURDECURE #EVERYDAYREALITY #CONNECTEDFORLIFE in your posts.

We encourage you to stay #ConnectedForLife and join our Community Facebook Group for all Tour de Cure participants and supporters.

#VirtualTourdeCure2020 #ORTourdeCure #ConnectedForLife #EverydayReality

Day of Event
Day of Event

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Apr 1, 2020

Diabetes and COVID-19

We are in unprecedented times. COVID-19 is changing the way we live our lives in order to remain safe and healthy. People living with diabetes are more at risk of developing serious complications if they contract coronavirus. At the American Diabetes Association, we are striving now more than ever to provide resources to the people we serve. We’ve developed a COVID-19 webpage to provide those living with diabetes everything they need to know about coronavirus and diabetes. (see link below)

As the CDC recommends, we are practicing social distancing to our fullest extent. The American Diabetes Association is doing everything we can to keep our partners safe; including moving many of our Tour de Cure’s around the country to virtual platforms. The benefit to this is that you now have the opportunity to participate in multiple Tours from your own home! We encourage you to visit the link below and get involved in upcoming virtual Tours via a stationary bike or your own individual ride through the neighborhood. This is also a great way to train for our local Tour!

Tour de Cure Oregon is still scheduled as planned for July 25, 2020 at AmberGlen Park in Hillsboro, OR. During these times, we must not forget why we ride; to improve the lives of those living with diabetes and to find a cure. We challenge everyone to continue to remain active in their fundraising and continue to prepare for Tour de Cure. We are remaining hopeful that on July 25th we’ll be able to come together and celebrate those living with diabetes as well as coming out on the other end of COVID-19.

Links:

Apr 1, 2020

Diabetes and COVID-19

We are in unprecedented times. COVID-19 is changing the way we live our lives in order to remain safe and healthy. People living with diabetes are more at risk of developing serious complications if they contract coronavirus. At the American Diabetes Association, we are striving now more than ever to provide resources to the people we serve. We’ve developed a COVID-19 webpage to provide those living with diabetes everything they need to know about coronavirus and diabetes. (see link below)

As the CDC recommends, we are practicing social distancing to our fullest extent. The American Diabetes Association is doing everything we can to keep our partners safe; including moving many of our Tour de Cure’s around the country to virtual platforms. The benefit to this is that you now have the opportunity to participate in multiple Tours from your own home! We encourage you to visit the link below and get involved in upcoming virtual Tours via a stationary bike or your own individual ride through the neighborhood. This is also a great way to train for our local Tour!

Tour de Cure Oregon is still scheduled as planned for July 25, 2020 at AmberGlen Park in Hillsboro, OR. During these times, we must not forget why we ride; to improve the lives of those living with diabetes and to find a cure. We challenge everyone to continue to remain active in their fundraising and continue to prepare for Tour de Cure. We are remaining hopeful that on July 25th we’ll be able to come together and celebrate those living with diabetes as well as coming out on the other end of COVID-19.

Links:

 
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