Isn't sad when I have to tell people I don't have the "fat kind" of diabetes?
I'm not trying to stereotype type 2 diabetes, because it can definitely just be genetic, but that's the only way I can explain what type I have.
|My metal for collecting the most money from my school.|
I want to have at least an assembly to talk about type 1, and have a donation box or envelopes sent home for donations.
I remember in 5th grade, when I raised over $700 for the JDRF because I could walk around and play the, "I'm diabetic, so this could change my life/sympathy" card to raise money. I could do that again, by myself, but what if my whole school could say, "A girl at my school has diabetes, so could you donate money that could help change her life?" Imagine how much money that would get the JDRF!
I think I might talk to the principal about it.