Crafts By Kidz: Teaming Up To Fight Diabetes

Crafts By Kidz: Teaming Up To Fight Diabetes

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Three young friends are teaming up to fight Juvenile diabetes.  Jake Brooks, Haley Brooks, and Lucas Daquino created the organization Crafts By Kidz after their friend Teddy Silverman was diagnosed with type 1 Diabetes.  They're selling handmade bracelets , barefoot sandals , and necklaces to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation LA

You Too can purchase jewelry or just donate!

Crafts By Kidz Official Facebook page

 

 

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