2013 Promise Ball
A Night of CURE iosity
June 8th 2013
Join us for the 14th Annual Promise Ball to held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront on Saturday June 8, 2013. This elegant affair will start at 5:15pm and feature a cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner and premier live auction. Entertainment will be provided by Le Ombre, the world class shadow performance group that has left audiences around the world amazed. Their incomparable style, which combines breath-taking acrobatics, contemporary dance and amusing theatrics, creates a stunning and unique style of entertainment.
The Promise Ball is one of the premier Galas in San Diego having raised over $12 million for T1D research in its first 13 years.
In 2013, JDRF will provide $8.5 million in funding to local San Diego research institutions supporting 19 T1D research projects. These grants are made possible in part by your generous support of The Promise Ball.
2013 Promise Ball Chairs : Diane Goodman and Sharon Mihalik
Family Honoree : The Kuntz Family
Corporate Honoree : Wells Fargo
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SILENT AUCTION DONATIONS
Can you or your company donate an item or service to add to our Silent Auction at the 2013 Promise Ball? If so, please download and complete this donor form to let us know what you can contribute.
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I would be able to keep on playing and playing without worrying that I might go low.
Diagnosed at 20 months
A cure would mean a new way of life.
Diagnosed at age 4
A cure would mean that she could be a carefree little girl again.
Marin, diagnosed at age 6
A cure would mean Kaiden could live a long healthy life without the stress and future complications that are associated with this high maintenance disease.
Kimberly, Kaiden's mother
Kaiden, diagnosed at age 51/2
A cure would mean a relaxed lifestyle without constant, relentless worry, concern, anxiety, awareness for everyday activities like eating, playing and sleeping.
Diagnosed one day after his 7th birthday