DAGC

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AcronymDefinition
DAGCDiabetes Association of Greater Cleveland (est. 1954; Cleveland, OH)
DAGCDivers Aménagements en Génie Civil (French: Various Arrangements in Civil Engineering; Morocco)
DAGCDigital Audio Gain Control
DAGCDrawing And Graphics Committee
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THE IDEA FOR OUR CAPITAL CAMPAIGN, The Leadership Campaign, was born shortly after the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland commemorated 45 years of service to the community.
The Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland, a local, independent organization dedicated to the management, prevention, and cure of diabetes in northeast Ohio, implemented its recognition program 20 years ago to thank the corporate sponsors of our first major community fundraising event, "Swim for Diabetes." Corporate sponsors, called "high divers," were encouraged to form company teams and participate in the swim.
Fader, CAE President and Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland; hfader@lightstream.net
The Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland, a local, independent organization with a staff of 20, has been able to do just that with measurable results across the past two decades.
The Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland was established in 1954 to serve the many people affected by diabetes in the northeast Ohio area.
The Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland's annual report recognizes all of our sponsors, and we have a newsletter dedicated solely to our annual swim event fundraiser.
Executive Director, Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland, Ohio
Before the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland (DAGG) undertook the process of strategic planning, broad meetings often lasted past midnight and featured numerous arguments.
It reads: The purpose of the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland is to improve the quality of life of people with diabetes and their families by providing education and information, by supporting research, and by encouraging emotional well-being.
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