Turn Your Photos into Donations for Diabetes Camp

New! Turn Your Photos into Donations for Diabetes Camp

What if a snapshot could help us host more children with diabetes at our life-changing summer camps? Well, now it can!

Now through June 20,
the American Diabetes Association’s Diabetes Camps are among the many worthy causes supported by the Donate a Photo app, from Johnson & Johnson. Donate a Photo turns an action people take every day—snapping personal photos and sharing them to social media—into a way to do good. For every photo you share through Donate a Photo, Johnson & Johnson gives $1 to the cause of your choice.

Our goal is to garner enough photos to help 33 kids, and it takes 1,496 photos to send one child to Diabetes Camp . . . so we welcome everyone to participate!

How it Works:

Note: You will need to create an account with the app. You may donate one photo per day.

  1. Download the free Donate a Photo app from the iTunes App Store and on Google Play.
  2. Select a cause (us!).
  3. Take a photo or select one from your phone.
  4. Donate your photo to the gallery.
  5. Share your image to Facebook or Twitter to further promote our cause! Follow #DonateaPhoto to view the thousands of images that people have donated to the Association and other nonprofits.

Thank you for donating your photos and for promoting through your personal and professional social media accounts.

If you have any questions about this collaboration with Johnson & Johnson, please contact Judy Lewis, Director, Corporate Alliances, at jlewis@diabetes.org or ext. 1416, or Anna Baker, Director, Digital Engagement, at anbaker@diabetes.org or ext. 2090.

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