The ADA-MN area office runs many events and programs throughout the year that offer volunteer opportunities on the day of the event and for volunteers to join an event planning committee:
Twin Cities Tour de Cure - Saturday, June 2, 2018
The Twin Cities ride begins and ends at Boom Island in Minneapolis, our new location starting in 2018! Cycling Routes range from 7 to 100 miles and a 5k Walk/Run & 10k Hike/Trail Run route is included. All routes are well marked and fully supported with frequent rest stops, SAG wagons, mechanical support and plentiful food and beverage. Ride, run, or walk. Party. Stop Diabetes. For more information contact Janeece Oatman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youngquist Memorial Golf Classic - July 2018
Tee off to benefit the American Diabetes Association at this golf event hosted by the Young Professional Leadership Council. Contact Cody Brown for more information at email@example.com.
Descend for Diabetes - September 2018
Go "Over the Edge" to Stop Diabetes! Fundraise a minimum of $1,000 for the American Diabetes Association and challenge yourself with a 24-story rappel down the side of a Minneapolis skyscraper. Contact Cody Brown for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Evening with the Stars - October 2018
An Evening with the Stars is an occasion to honor, appreciate, and celebrate excellence to Stop Diabetes. Join us as we will celebrate and honor those in our community who have generously supported our mission through providing funding, dedication and leadership to the American Diabetes Association. For more information contact Susan Klimek at email@example.com.
Mankato Community Walk - October 2018
Join us at Sibley Park in Mankato as we walk to raise awareness and funds for diabetes research, programs, advocacy and information. Choose the 1 mile or 5K route on our non-competitive run/walk. For more information, contact Susan Klimek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Professional Leadership Council (YPLC) - Ongoing volunteer opportunity
The Young Professional Leader Council (YPLC) is the ADA’s newest organization for young professionals that raise awareness of diabetes and prevention for young adults ages 18-32. The YPLC actively engages with young adults via social media and blogging. Contact Cody Brown for more information at email@example.com.
If you’re available during daytime hours, we’re also looking for office volunteers to help staff with administrative, communications, and other projects and preparations related to event or program needs at our Edina office. Our office hours are 8:30am - 5pm. Contact Susan Engberg for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
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