The Big Blue Test is Here!

October 13, 2016

Between October 14, 2016, and November 14, 2016, participants perform 14-20 minutes of physical activity and then report their results at or by using the iPhone or Android smart phone app. Each entry will result in $1 donated to three US-based initiatives. One of those initiatives is We Are Diabetes!

The Big Blue Test is a program of the Diabetes Hands Foundation that rallies communities to experience the impact that small changes can have on their health. Taking the Big Blue Test is easy:
  1. You test your blood sugar.
  2. You exercise for at least 14-20 minutes.
  3. You test again.
  4. You share your experience on or through the app for iPhone or Android.
Since 2010, over 100,000 people helped themselves while helping more than 10,000 others. Each Big Blue Test helps you (because you got your body moving) and helps others through a life-saving donation made on your behalf. This has translated in $250,000 awarded by Diabetes Hands Foundation in Big Blue Test grants in the past 4 years.

For every Big Blue Test result that get logged between October 14th and November 14th, 2016, Diabetes Hands Foundation grants $3 in support of people with diabetes in need around the world. Big Blue Test grants awarded this year will benefit three initiatives (each will receive $5,000). To do this, we’re seeking to reach 150,000 Big Blue Test entries by November 14th. Help yourself and help others. Get active, #JoinTheMovement, and do the #BigBlueTest every day!

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