Monday, November 28, 2011

#28 The Blue Heel Society #NHBPM

Are you a member? Don't know what I'm talking about? 

Check it out:

The Blue Heel Society


This organization is dedicated to all  people living with, caring for, or interested in diabetes. The Blue Heel Society was formed on November 13th, the eve of World Diabetes Day, 2011 by a dedicated trio of spirited advocates who committed themselves to promoting awareness, pursuing the continued fight for a cure, highlighting obstacles people diagnosed with diabetes are faced with, and promoting advocacy for the diabetic community as a whole.

The Blue Heel Society accomplishes this NOT by raising funds, but by fueling our crusade with the strength, dedication, and passion of our partners.

Our Mission:

Advocacy - Awareness - Encouragement - Support

The mission of The Blue Heel Society is to deliver a clear, united voice via organized assembly within our own affiliation, and also at local and national gatherings, events, conventions, and other venues, helping to dispel myths, offer education and to champion the needs of people affected by diabetes.

We choose to stand up, be seen, and be heard in our Blue Heels.

Meet the Co-Founders 

Mother of two amazing super-heroes, wife to my better half, JDRF Walk Chair/Volunteer, and SO much more. Strong advocate for Type 1 Diabetes, Alopecia Areata, & Congential Adrenal Hyperplasia.

35 years as a Type 1 Diabetic.  Endurance mountain bike racer, blogger, bear dodger, and tech guy.

Mother of a young pump wearing Type 1 diabetic, diagnosed 18 months ago.  Has a keen eye for shoes, and a heart for raising diabetic awareness and promoting advocacy for the cause.

You can follow The Blue Heel Society at Blue Heel Society and on Facebook at and on Twitter at

Don't wear heels?  That's ok --- neither do I!

Kick it in your blue shoes . . . 

This post was written as part of NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days:


Anonymous said...

Your shoes are more my style :)

I have some blue clogs.

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