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Coming Fall 2022


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Coming Fall 2022




Run by Zach and Tyler Marcus, our Miami chapter has raised over $100,000 for the American Diabetes Association since 2016. The tournament is held annually at the University of Miami and has attracted celebrities such as NBA Hall of Fame inductee Ray Allen.

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New York

Run by Devin Posen and the Fieldston High School Dunks 4 Diabetes club, our New York Chapter recently partnered with the school's varsity basketball team to host a a week-long basketball camp for kids ages 7-13. Run by the varsity basketball team along with Dunks 4 Diabetes club members, the 4-day camp had more than 40 Fieldston students participate and a percentage of the proceeds were donated to the American Diabetes Association.

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Coming Fall 2022

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Coming Fall 2022

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The first-ever Dunks for Diabetes event in Tennessee was at the University of Vanderbilt in 2018. This tournament was run by the founder of Dunks for Diabetes, Jordan Yaffe and his team of advisors.


Our Washington DC chapter was started in 2018 by Mason Berk and has now formed into the Dunks for Diabetes Club at Wootton High School. Berk runs the club with co-president and national executive board member Spencer Becker and the duo has raised over $1000 in the past two years. The club incorporates different basketball-themed events like 3 v 3 tournaments, March Madness brackets, and NBA 2K tournaments to over 40 active members.


Our Maine chapter has partnered with Camp Manitou to put on annual 3 v 3 basketball tournaments. Parents of campers can donate to the American Diabetes Association after the tournament and over 200 campers registered for the 2022 event. Camp Manitou has been an active partner with D4D on the national level since 2012.

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Based in Baltimore, Dunks for Diabetes has had tournaments in 9 locations across the nation and 4 new cities are expected to host a tournament in the fall of 2022. 


The first ever Dunks for Diabetes tournament was started in Baltimore by our founder Jordan Yaffe in 2012. The Baltimore chapter has raised over $30,000 all time and has even attracted celebrities like former NFL player Justin Forsett and partnered with companies like New Balance and the Boston Celtics.

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