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Gala & 
Special Events

 2023 Gala at Disneyland Resort

An Evening 'Round the Campfire Gala

Gather with us on Saturday, October 14, 2023 for our 15th Annual Evening 'Round the Campfire Hybrid Gala, as we raise critical funds to support the operation of Camp Conrad Chinnock.

Our Gala is truly a ‘family and friends affair’! Attendees will be treated to an evening filled with songs, skits performed by the kids, entertainment, silent auctions, raffles and more while enjoying a wonderful sit-down dinner.

Camp Conrad Chinnock has been a safe haven for thousands of children living with diabetes. Your generous support will help us to continue the work of educating children and their families in how to better manage Type 1 diabetes and learn to cope with the challenges of living with it every day.

If you are willing to demonstrate your support by selling raffle tickets, securing silent auction items, sponsor, or attending, we ask you email Gala@diabetescamping.org

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To purchase tickets, become a major sponsor, or make a room reservation at Disneyland, please visit our
Gala Website

Volunteer: Gala Invite Stuffing Party 

We are asking friends and families of Camp Conrad Chinnock to come together on Saturday, August 26th in preparing of our 15th Annual Evening 'Round the Campfire Gala invitations. We need volunteers to fold invitations, and seal letters to be be mailed. We will be starting at 9:00am and concluding around 4:00pm, but please come as early as you're able and stay for however long. We have lots of tasks for the whole family! 

Parking is FREE with validation.  A Pizza Party Lunch for our volunteers will be served at 1:00PM. 

Please follow the prompts to register as a volunteer! 

Family & Youth Events

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Diabetes Camping and Educational Services hosts engaging activities in many partnerships with other Diabetes organizations for children, teens and families. The purpose of these support programs that we host is to enable children to have a sense of normalcy and to enable them to be side by side with their peers, who do the same things that any child with diabetes must do; test their blood sugar, take shots, measure food, etc.. Accepting their disease and establishing a routine is mandatory to prevent the potential complications a child living with diabetes may face.

If you are interested in furthering your involvement at Camp, please call our office today!

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