Why We Give
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Joslin Diabetes Center and Amazon have teamed up to make donating to Joslin that much easier! Starting now, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. Now you can getyour holiday shopping done while helping Joslin in the fight against diabetes, all at the same time! Click here to get started!
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10% of Sales from Dune Jewelry to Support Joslin!
For the rest of the calendar year, shoppers should use the code Joslin2013 to ensure that 10% of all proceeds go to Joslin. Using this code also provides free shipping on the order. Dune Jewelry creates a collectible jewelry line made with beach sand from over 1400 locations around the world.
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2013 Marine Corps Marathon!
38th Marine Corps Marathon
We would like to thank the 12 runners who took part in the 2013 Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday, October 27th. Together they raised $18,000 for the Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund which supports innovative research, comprehensive patient care, pioneering education programs, and much-needed community outreach.
No federal or Marine Corps endorsement is implied.
If you are interested in learning more about our team or supporting them with a donation, please click here.
Ritmos de Salud
The 2nd Annual ritmos de salud event took place on Thursday, September 26 at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter raising much needed funds for Joslin’s Latino Diabetes Initiative (LDI).
This year, we honored Dr. Lloyd M. Aiello for his work with the Joslin Vision Network Diabetes Eye Care Network. The event was emceed by WBZ’s Yadires Nova Salcedo and featured a motivational talk by Rosa Rosen.
Featuring the Latin American sounds of Grammy-nominated artist Gonzalo Grau, guests enjoyed the cuisine of Venezuelan-trained and Peruvian born Chef Jose Duarte, of Taranta, and his hand-selected group of Boston's top culinary talent. The night also included salsa lessons from the Salsa Matei Dance Studio. Thank you all who attended and supported this wonderful event!