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Pacific Northwest

P.O. Box 7023
Merrifield, VA 22116-7023
United States

Bikers in the Pacific Northwest riding along the coast in the evening

Residents of the Pacific Northwest are increasingly feeling the effects of diabetes. Across Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho over a million people are living with diabetes and over 3.5 million adults have prediabetes. Diagnosed diabetes costs an estimated $12 billion each year in these four states alone.

We provide resources and support to people and their families living with diabetes in these four states our market serves. Join us in our efforts to advocate for those living with the disease, promote healthy lifestyles to prevent diabetes, and find a cure.

We are here for you!

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Contact Us

Meagan Darrow

Executive Director

Samantha Brayer

Director of Development

Maya Stone

Donor Relations Manager


Camp Sealth

The American Diabetes Association is proud to be the leading provider of diabetes camping Services in the United States. Camp Sealth is held on Vashon Island, an island located in Washington’s beautiful Puget Sound.

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Tour de Cure: Pacific Northwest

Join our fundraising campaign to fuel our mission! Tour de Cure® is an annual cycling event providing year-round engagement opportunities. Find out how you can get involved today!

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Upcoming Virtual Events

2024 Step Out: Nationwide (Virtual)

Saturday, September 14, 2024
08:30 A.M. EST

Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes® is the premier walking fundraising event of the American Diabetes Association® (ADA) that creates a sense of unity and shared purpose in the fight to end diabetes.  The event is fun for the entire family!


Different Ways to Fundraise

Looking for other ways to raise money to support our mission? Try creating your own fundraiser, DIY style. From game night to a yard sale or anything in between, you can put on a unique event and make it as big (or small) as you want.

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