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5th Annual All In For A Cure – Poker Tournament
September 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
We are excited to announce the 5th Annual Chicago Diabetes Project’s “All In For The Cure” Poker and Casino Night hosted at The Estate by Gene & Georgetti in Rosemont on Saturday, September 15, 2018. In partnership with the Special Kids Network and with the help of our amazing donors, we have helped raise over $700,000 for the Chicago Diabetes Project (CDP).
Don’t miss out on this evening featuring delicious food, craft cocktails and the opportunity to win over $20,000 in prizes at the casino tables and poker tournament.
The top poker prize is a $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event Seat!
Tickets are limited to 250 guests so we encourage you to get them early!
$250 Poker Buy-In Ticket
$125 Spectator Ticket
By supporting this year’s event, you’ll be providing much needed funds to advance diabetes research. The Chicago Diabetes Project is working to create a functional cure for diabetes in the shortest possible time, based on the transplantation of immunoprotected, insulin-producing cells, without the need for long-term medications. By delivering a limitless source of pancreatic islet cells for transplantation in diabetic patients, members of the CDP team offer the nation’s 30 million diabetics and patients throughout the world a chance at living a normal and healthy life free of the management struggles of controlling diabetes.
The Special Kids Network’s mission is to create community awareness and raise funds in support of organizations who believe that every child and young adult, regardless of the nature of their background or disability, should be able to enjoy life to its fullest and to participate in the mainstream of their community.
The need for a cure is critical. We hope we can count on you to support our cause
To learn more about the Chicago Diabetes Project, their mission, and how you can get involved, please visit their website:
To learn more about Special Kids Network, their mission and how you can get involved, please visit www.specialkidsnetwork.org.