The School Nurse

January 2017

"Coaching a six-year-old to check his own blood sugar is an achievement on its own. But Nurse Sarah’s diabetes group is also a way for the students to think practically about the unpredictable, real-world situations that are an inescapable part of Type 1 Diabetes."

Read about Nurse Sarah here.


JDRF Northwest Newsletter

Fall 2015

"The combination of mobile technology and diabetes research is also reshaping how people with T1D monitor their health over longer periods of time. The days of needing IT support to complete home meter downloads have given way to glucose values migrating seamlessly to the cloud, creating a more complete picture of health."

View the newsletter here.


Fresh Tracks Blog Post

August 2016

"What we were staring at would not survive without protection not the caribou breeding grounds, the permafrost, and not the village itself. Like any community, Arctic Village needed people with the knowledge, the skills, and the heart to speak up, to be citizens, to make a difference. In many ways, the call to action issued there in the spectacular great outdoors was everything Fresh Tracks represented." 

Read the full Fresh Tracks blog here.


IslandWood Fundraising Brochure

May 2016

"More than 60,000 elementary school students and 300 graduate students have spent well over 1 million waking hours exploring our 255-acre wooded campus, building deeper connections to the world around them, and developing an expanded sense of possibility for themselves, their communities, and the planet. The result: legions of diverse young leaders with the knowledge, compassion, and inspiration to create a brighter future for all of us."

View the National Funder Brochure here.