Hundreds Of Walkers Step Up To Battle Diabetes


Hundreds of people turned out on the first day of spring with a little spring in their step to help fight diabetes. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk marked its second year in Volusia County Saturday, and it has grown both in participants and the amount of money raised. Renee Bergin, who began the Daytona Beach walk, said she saw a need for it locally after her own daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. “All for those kids, we have to do it for them, because they can’t do it, themselves,” Bergin said. “Everybody wants to help. They can help not only by donating, but by volunteering as well.” Bright House Networks, the parent company of News 13, was a proud sponsor of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk. The goal for this year’s walk is $60,000, all of which will go toward research and education surrounding Type 1 diabetes.

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Hundreds Of Walkers Step Up To Battle Diabetes