JDRF Honors Savills' Adam Singer For Founding The Real Estate Games
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JDRF, a global nonprofit funding Type 1 Diabetes research, recognized a D.C. commercial real estate executive Saturday for his support of the cause.
Singer, who was diagnosed with diabetes in 1978, founded the JDRF Real Estate Games 30 years ago. The games have raised over $10M for Type 1 Diabetes research in those three decades, including a record $717K at this year's D.C. Real Estate Games. He has also expanded the games to Chicago and New York and plans to launch them in several additional cities.