21st Anniversary Diabetes Dance Show

ORLANDO, Florida, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Central Florida nonprofit Touched by Type 1 reveals plans for their 21st Dancing for Diabetes annual show taking place on saturday 13 november To 7 p.m. at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The annual Dancing for Diabetes showcase aims to sell the 2,700-seat Disney Theater for its 21st anniversary show. In 2020, the organization aired its 20th anniversary show virtually in the midst of COVID worldwide at the Dr. Phillips Center at the Disney Theater. Tickets for the 21stst the anniversary show will go on sale on October 1stst and go from $ 15 To $ 30 each.

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In 2019, the Central florida nonprofit, Dancing for Diabetes rebranded Touched by Type 1 by rolling out a more comprehensive brand reinforcing their commitment to leading the conversation about type 1 diabetes in Central florida, and beyond. The “Dancing for Diabetes” brand is the name of their iconic annual event. The show has raised over half a million dollars for type 1 diabetes research which goes to various well-controlled organizations such as the Diabetes Research Institute in Miami, Florida. The product of 21st Anniversary event will go to Diabetes Research Institute and affected by type 1


Touched by Type 1 is a non-profit organization based in Central florida whose mission is to raise awareness about type 1 diabetes and provide those who live with the daily reality of type 1 diabetes a supportive community with many interactive programs and creative resources.

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