40th Anniversary Love and Hope Ball Featuring a Concert by Barry Gibb
Benefits Diabetes Research Institute
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood
Love and Hope International Chairmen Linda and Barry Gibb invite you to join them at the 40th Anniversary Love and Hope Ball on February 15, 2014. Attracting South Florida’s most philanthropic families, celebrities and more, this glamorous, black-tie gala will feature a grand cocktail reception, spectacular décor, a sumptuous dinner, dancing, and live entertainment…an exclusive concert by Barry Gibb! With a surprise theme and honorees to be announced, the affair will be held once again at Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood in support of the Diabetes Research Institute. Filled with the love of family and friends and combined with the hope of finding a cure for diabetes, Life Chairman Sonja Zuckerman, Executive Chairman Sandra Levy, National Chairman Kathryn Simkins and the rest of the hard working Love and Hope committee promise another extraordinary affair.
About Love and Hope
Love and Hope is an integral fundraising group for the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, which was created in 1971 by a small group of parents of children with diabetes – parents committed to finding a cure for this devastating disease.
Driven by hope and fueled by the need to end their children’s suffering, they banded together to support a promising research program at the University of Miami solely aimed at curing those living with diabetes.
Today, the DRI Foundation is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate and committed to finding a cure for their loved ones and millions of others with diabetes.
About the Diabetes Research Institute
The Diabetes Research Institute leads the world in cure-focused research. As the largest and most comprehensive research center dedicated to curing diabetes, the DRI is aggressively working to shrink the timeline toward the discovery of a biological cure for this disease.
Having already shown that diabetes can be reversed through islet transplantation, the DRI is building upon these promising outcomes by bridging cell-based therapies with emerging technologies.
The Diabetes Research Institute was created for one reason – to cure diabetes – which is and will continue to be its singular focus until that goal is reached. For the millions of people affected by diabetes, the DRI is the best hope for a cure.