JDRF and VanChurch Celebrate Recovery!: $975 Donated!

Updated: Jan 6

On behalf of Tesha's amazing clients Ben and Linda Martin, we are donating $487.50 each to JDRF and VanChurch Celebrate Recovery!

After a family member was recently diagnosed with Juvenal diabetes, the Martins knew they wanted to donate to JDRF in support of finding a cure and furthering education around this disease. The couple attends VanChurch and they also felt a call on their heart to support the Celebrate Recovery program offered there, in honor of their son. The Martins love that the program helps people break free of depression, addictions, and instills hope in the participates to have a life filled love. We want to extend our gratitude to Linda and Ben for the opportunity to support both of these amazing causes!

About JDRF

"JDRF works every day to change the reality of this disease for millions of people—and to prevent anyone else from ever knowing it—by funding research, advocating for government support of research and new therapies, ensuring new therapies come to market and connecting and engaging the T1D community." www.jdrf.org/about

JDRF has been in operation since 1970 and was started by parents actively working towards finding a cure for their children with type 1 Diabetes. Since their founding, they have expanded their efforts to help both children and adults with T1D live healthier and fuller lives, while funding research towards finding a cure.

Learn more about JDRF and how you can help at www.jdrf.org

About VanChurch Celebrate Recovery

"Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a Christ-centered 12 step recovery program where people come to find hope, healing and freedom from all types of hurts, habits and hang-ups. People find freedom from anger, insecurity, addiction, anxiety and more. The goal of the program is not just to recover from past sins and hurts, but to become Christ-like in character."

VanChurch hosts Celebrate recovery every Wednesday night starting at 6. This is a free program offered to help people find joy while in recovery! To find out more about their CR meetings, and to learn about VanChurch please visit www.vanchurch.org/celebraterecovery

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