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And the winners are...

Thank you to all Diabetes SA members and supporters who took part in the 2018 Winners Are Grinners Lottery.

The draw took place on Friday 29 June 2018 at 1pm at 118 Richmond Road, Marleston SA and the following tickets were the winners:

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2018 Winners Are Grinners Lottery

First prize $20,000 cash
Ticket number: 10229

Second prize $3,000 cash
Ticket number: 4586

Third prize $1,000 Woolworths Voucher
Ticket number: 8049

Early Bird prize $1,000 cash – purchased 6 tickets by 25 May 2018
Ticket number: 1463

VIP prize $1,000 cash – current VIP who purchased 6 tickets
Ticket number: 5693

Congratulations to all of the lucky winners!

Join our VIP list

Stand by for the next exciting Diabetes SA lottery with details to be announced shortly.

Increase your chances of winning by entering our VIP list

  • To avoid disappointment don't forget to register as a VIP for our next lottery commencing in October 2018.
  • Would you like to receive a number of books and get your workplace, sports or community club involved? Call 8234 1977 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Licence No M13479. Number of tickets 24,000. Conducted by Diabetes SA. Proceeds in aid of information, support and education. Drawn 1.00pm 29 June 2018 at 118 Richmond Road Marleston SA. Results published in the Advertiser on 4 July 2018. For terms and conditions, please click here. Prizes not transferable or redeemable for cash. 

 
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Your story matters. You can help raise awareness

Diabetes SA Photography Project

It's been a big year for Diabetes SA. As well as supporting our valued members in every way we can, we've been busy reviewing all our communications.

To ensure the latest information and support is as accessible and engaging as possible, we're in the process of building a new website, restyling our brand and re-crafting our magazine.

A major part of this process is creating new photography of people living with diabetes.

Singles. Couples. Families. People of all ages from young children to seniors.

We don't want to use models or stock photography.

We want every photo and every person to be real. And to be someone who is living with diabetes such as you.

At the same time, we'd also like to capture personal stories of people living with diabetes. We believe that sharing real life stories can inspire others and let them know they are not alone.

We're calling this initiative our "bringing diabetes to life" project.

UPDATE: Thank you to all who expressed their interest

We will notify successful participants of their involvement in the photo session by Thursday 26 July.

All who take part in the photo sessions will receive a professional photo portrait of themselves.

 
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CEO's message – Living July 2018

Celebrating 65 years of service to the community

Who would have thought that from one person’s suggestion in 1952 such an organisation would grow, but it just shows you the power of purpose, influence and great timing.

From quite humble beginnings we have grown, stretched, contracted, and grown again to become what we are today. An organisation that prides itself on supporting all people living with diabetes in South Australia. Much is owed to the hard working and dedicated individuals that came before us and who paved the way, gave their time voluntarily, worked long hours, experienced success and the many failures but remained focused on their purpose.

To provide an organisation for the benefit of and service to diabetics and others interested in diabetes, to promote the study of the causes and treatments thereof, and the diffusion of information concerning diabetes.

This was later amended to read:

To provide an organisation for the benefit of and service to diabetics without discrimination as to race, colour or creed, without regard to their means or ability to pay and whether or not those persons are members of the Association.

Today we are no different, our vision and mission may have changed but we still embody the original purpose.

As I reflect on where the Association has come from I am filled with great optimism as to where we are headed in this next phase of our existence. With a team of hard working individuals who are passionate and committed to not only improving the lives of people living with diabetes but now equally driven to make a difference for those at risk, I look forward to what is in store in our next 5-year period. I hope you do as well.

Thank you to our members, donors, supporters, volunteers, staff, suppliers and partners for all your support.

Angelique Pasalidis, CEO Diabetes SA

Living – July 2018

This CEO's message was originally published in Living — July 2018.

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Living – July 2018

2018-July-LivingLiving — July has been distributed to the Diabetes SA members. 

Become a member today and receive the latest issue of Living in a Welcome Pack.

Highlights included:

Regulars

Celebrating 65 years

  • Timeline — 65 years of Diabetes SA
  • Significance of memory — Board Member Monika Kruger shares her story
  • A new direction — An update on our research and strategy
  • Research Grant Program
  • Market research — Flinders University leads the way

Membership matters

  • Member story — Rebecca tells her story about type 1 diabetes
  • Member story — Brenton shares his story about type 2 diabetes
  • Education session attendees share their feedback
  • Thank you to all our lottery supporters
  • Eliza's story and the rise in type 1 diabetes

Health and Wellbeing

  • Small steps — Advice from the expert on staying active
  • Q & A — We answer common questions about diabetes
  • Foot care tips — Ensure your feet are well looked after

Food

  • Four delicious and healthy meals

Education

  • Education planner
  • Expert Speaker series
  • National Diabetes Week — Person-centred care
  • Teen and Kids Camps 2018

Retail update 

  • Great member prices for our winter sock range

Click here to view previous editions of Living Magazine.

 
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Make a lasting "Legacy" for a bright future

father-and-daughterBequests are a significant gift that a person can make in their lifetime. Such a gift can be so vital to making a difference, whether it be sharing assets including money, property or other valuables.

The preparation of a will can be something people put off until the need arises but by having a valid will you ensure your future wishes will be met. A will should be regularly updated, reviewed and stored safely with someone you trust. After taking care of loved ones, you could consider whether a bequest to Diabetes SA is a gift you could kindly include.

As a self-funded member based organisation, Diabetes SA supports its work with membership subscriptions, lotteries and generous donations. To continually expand services including prevention and detection and the contribution to research, the gift of a bequest is of utmost importance.

If you do decide to make a bequest to Diabetes SA it will be necessary to make clear provision in you will so your wishes are understood. It is always suggested that people seek legal advice in these matters. Diabetes SA can liaise with solicitors if required.

For further information on making a bequest call Scott Mates, Member and Community Partnerships Manager on 8354 5802 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Additional information

 
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NAIDOC Week 2018

ATSIBecause of her, we can!

This year's NAIDOC theme will be celebrating the active and significant roles that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have played in the community, local, state and national levels.

"They are our mothers, our elders, our grandmothers, our aunties, our sisters and our daughters".

NAIDOC Week 2018 will be held nationally from Sunday 8 July and continue through to Sunday 15 July 2018

All Australians are encouraged to participate in the celebrations and activities that take place across the nation during NAIDOC Week.

Diabetes SA  will be attending the following events:

NAIDOC Family Fun Day - Pika Wiya Health Service

  • Date: Thursday 12 July 2018
  • Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Venue: 40 Dartmouth Street, Port Augusta 5700

"A great day out for the community to come together and engage with health services throughout the region. Lots of activities to keep the kids happy and well fed with a free BBQ lunch for everyone." — Pika Wiya Health Service.

Click here to find out more about this event.

NAIDOC Family Fun Day – Adelaide

  • Day: Friday 13 July 2018
  • Time: 11.30am – 3.30pm
  • Venue Tarntanyangga (Victoria Square)

Come and say hello to the friendly Diabetes SA team who will be available to answer any diabetes-related questions on the day.

Click here to find out more about this event.

 
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