About JDRF Giving Day
1st June 2023
- Woolf pack just donated $131.88
- Olivia White just donated $250.00
- David Madeley just donated $52.75
- Dorothy Libbesson just donated $1000.00
- Rachael Whittaker just donated $26.38
- Alison Iverach just donated $263.75
- Kirsten McMahon just donated $52.75
- Cazz just donated $26.38
- Denise Kostoulias just donated $101.00
- Ash & Kate x just donated $26.13
- Tim &geena just donated $158.25
- family and friends donations received at funeral- thankyou just donated $795.00
- Les and Eve Cupper just donated $5020.00
- Jenny-Anne Fryett just donated $350.00
- neil simons just donated $648.00
- Anonymous just donated $26.38
- Anonymous just donated $520.00
- Anonymous just donated $120.00
- Rob & Vicki Serapiglia just donated $101.00
- Nouls, Saki & Aleka Missihronis just donated $100.00
Why Give to JDRF
JDRF is the leading supporter of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research in the world
Our vision? A world without type 1 diabetes.
JDRF has transformed the understanding of this disease and has been a part of every breakthrough in T1D care in the last 50 years. We drive innovation, demand action, and stand with everyone facing life with T1D.
Every donation made on or before Giving Day on 1st June with be DOUBLED by our generous sponsors.
Changing the lives of people with T1D
Our objective is to improve people's lives today and tomorrow by accelerating life-changing breakthroughs in the cure, prevention, and treatment of type 1 diabetes T1Dand its complications.
Our community-powered mission to radically redefine how governments understand and invest in T1D has been critical to this. In the last ten years, this has resulted in approximately $500 million in new investment into T1D in Australia.
How does JDRF help?
We operate in three ways to improve the lives of people with T1D.
We assess the global research environment and support the most promising programmes with the goal of treating, preventing, or curing T1D.
We work to alter government policy and gain approval for innovative medicines, as well as advocate for research funding and financial assistance.
G1ve today to end T1D tomorrow!
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