SleekSleeves partners with Lauren’s Hope + Myabetic for an ultimate World Diabetes Day giveaway


Each November all eyes are on National Diabetes Awareness Month to increase awareness, diabetes education and community togetherness. At SleekSleeves, we believe in the power of community support for all during their medical journey. This month, we are pleased to bring you special initiatives that will continue to strengthen our mission to help those Look Good * Feel Better.

Throughout the year, SleekSleeves has had the wonderful opportunity to partner up with the diabetes community with events such as various JDRF TypeOne Nation Summit and Type One Walk events. To extend the sphere of support, we decided to launch this year’s ‘Get Sleek in Support of Diabetes’ collection with 10% of collection proceeds to benefit JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).

From now until November 30th, the collection will feature some of our favorite blue and red patterns. SleekSleeves is proud to support an organization that has been committed to improving diabetes education and research for over 40 years.


In addition to the collection, we’ve also teamed up with Lauren’s Hope and Myabetic for an exciting World Diabetes Day GIVEAWAY. On Monday, November 14, 2016 at noon EST, head over to any of the SleekSleeves social media pages :: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram :: and leave your comment entry on the official giveaway post. Make sure to include #WDDWearABand + #SleekSleeves #LaurensHope #Myabetic tags in your comments!

SleekSleeves will announce (3) three winners via our Facebook page on Tuesday, November 15th at noon EST for a prize package of (1) SleekSleeves Arm Band in a pattern/size of choice ($20 value), (1) Lauren’s Hope Medical ID Jewelry gift certificate ($25 value), and (1) gift certificate ($50 value) from the ultra Sleek diabetes accessory company Myabetic.

As always, we thank you for continuing to support the SleekSleeves mission and the diabetes community.


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  • Carly Bear says...

    November 14, 2016

    I’m a 12 year old juvenile diabetic, when I’m having a low my art inspires me to feel better.

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