As part of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation’s 5K and 10K “Walk to Cure Diabetes” on Nov. 16 at Griffith Park, various organizations on the HSC are participating in the “Buy a Shoe” promotion. For $1, customers of the Espress Yourself coffee cart, the HCC pharmacy and the University Hospital cafeteria can buy a shoe to be posted at the sales site and the donation goes directly to the JDF fundraising effort. Here Dick Hamilton, left, owner of Espress Yourself, and Paul McCabe, right, a coordinating captain for the fundraising walk, show the shoes on display. More than 100 USC employees, families and friends have already registered to participate in the walk. To join the USC team, call 1-800-USC-CARE.
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