Crisp Team to Tee off at JDRF Pro Am Golf Tournament in June

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One day. 18 holes. 32 golf pros.

It’s that time of year again. It’s the JDRF 2016 Pro Am Golf Tournament. Crisp Thinking returns for the second year in a row to the Stoke Park Championship golf course on June 29 in support of UK charity JDRF.

JDRF provides funding for research to cure, treat and prevent Type 1 Diabetes and advocates for people living with the metabolic disorder. 

At this year’s one-day event we’re in some excellent company, with former Ryder Cup Captain Sam Torrance hosting for a mix of pro and amateur golfers from around the UK and Europe.

Leading the Crisp team in the battle for the nearest pin and longest drive is CEO and Founder of Crisp, Adam Hildreth, joined by John Hildreth, Andrew Burke, Colin Brumpton, Pat Turnbull, Jimmie Berry, Lester Wilson and Stuart Sharp.

Supporting People Living with Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune condition that affects the production of insulin in the body, which is crucial to life. Without insulin, we produce more glucose than our body needs, which can lead to damaged nerves, blood vessels and organs making day-to-day tasks challenging.

Today there are more than 400,000 people living with the condition in the UK, of which 29,000 are children.

JDRF works with government, academia and industry to accelerate research in the UK and within healthcare policy to ensure that the outcomes of research are delivered to people with type 1 in the UK.

At Crisp we’re delighted to support to excellent work of JDRF and ask that you support them too. 

Donate here.


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