Community Profiles

March 14th Dance Sponsor: Sanofi

by Kenzie on March 4, 2015

The March 14th dance is sponsored by Sanofi, the company who makes the insulin Lantus. Insulin is a hormone we all need to survive and for people with diabetes who need insulin, this type of insulin is typically given once-a-day, about the same time each day. To learn more, visit www.lantus.com.
Dance Out Diabetes appreciates their support in helping to keep our programs going.
Theresa Garnero

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Tiny Tickets to Support DOD

by Kenzie on November 15, 2014

Do you have left over $$ on your BART ticket? Use it to support DOD!

“Tiny Tickets” is a new campaign issued by BART and the East Bay Community to encourage BART riders to donate the unused portion of their BART tickets. Tiny Tickets are those BART tickets that have tiny bits of value on them that are often left in pockets or thrown out. With the Tiny Tickets Program, you can donate your left over tickets to help fund Dance Out Diabetes programs.

Here’s how: Collect all your Tiny Tickets, and send them off by December 1st to:

P.O. Box 14002
San Francisco, CA 94114

The funds will go to continue our monthly dance and health screening events. Thank you for your support!

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DOD’s very own Executive Director, Theresa Garnero, has written an article on Debbie Allen in ADA’s Diabetes Forecast magazine. In this article, Theresa discusses DOD’s collaboration with Debbie Allen and the T2 Dance Crew and highlights DOD’s hard work and outcomes.

Click Here to read the full article.

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San Francisco Community Health Centers

by Kenzie on October 18, 2014

Click Here for a listing of a few community health centers in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco.

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San Francisco Area Dance Venues

by Kenzie on October 18, 2014

San Francisco has so many places to dance! Click Here for a list of a few dance venues in the San Francisco area, and find a variety of styles to enjoy.

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Dance Out Diabetes has teamed up with the T2 Dance Crew who is launching a national campaign to inspire people to use dance as a form of health-inspired exercise. Check out what the T2 Dance Crew and spokesperson Debbie Allen (the iconic choreographer, dancer, actress and producer) have put together!

Click Here to view the press release.

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DOD in the Western Edition

by Kenzie on April 18, 2014

Look who made the front page!

Check out the photos and article of Dance Out Diabetes in the April 2014 issue of the Western Edition. Find the article HERE.

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The UCSF Motivational Physical Activity Education Study (mPED) needs 6 women for a 12 month study to compare pedometer and mobile phone based physical activity programs in increasing daily brisk walking steps.

Six more women are needed to wear a pedometer and use a cell phone app everyday for 9 months. Learn more HERE.

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Bay Area Dance Week 4/25-6/4

by Kenzie on April 6, 2014

Do you want more opportunities to dance? Want to try something new? Check out Bay Area Dance Week April 25th-May 4th. Find free dance classes, events, performances, and workshops all around the Bay Area. Click Here for more information.

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DOD in American Profile

by Kenzie on December 15, 2013

In case you didn’t see, DOD reached nearly 10 million people in this wonderful article- check it out here!

Our phones have been ringing off the hook to reach other communities. Our model is being prepared for scaling up in order to do so. If you are interested in leading a DOD chapter in your area, please email Theresa Garnero at tgarnero@danceoutdiabetes.org.

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