Check out this resume: Founder of Zip the Cure, JDRF Youth Ambassador, Walk to Cure Diabetes participant, Trial Net liaison, Promise to Remember Me Campaign advocate, JDRF Children’s Congress delegate, and regular public speaker on living with type 1 diabetes (T1D). It’s hard to believe that someone could offer so much before the age of […]
Michelle Crouse, of the JDRF Alabama Chapter, has been a caring volunteer, a dedicated advocate, and, quite literally, the calm in a storm. Now her 13-year-old son Cameron, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age two, is taking up the family tradition with his own volunteer and advocacy work.
JDRF is kicking off National Diabetes Awareness Month by turning the Empire State Building blue! On the evening of November 1—T1Day—New York’s iconic landmark will blaze blue to promote diabetes awareness and show support for the 366 million people worldwide living with both type 1 diabetes (T1D) and type 2 diabetes. Awareness for T1D doesn’t […]
We are excited to tell you about two campaigns with our valued partner Walgreens. Throughout July, you can show your support for JDRF—the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D)—by making a donation at checkout or by purchasing participating products. Here’s how it works. From July 1 to 31, at more than 8,000 Walgreens […]
JDRF Houston would like to invite you to particpiate in the 2013-2014 JDRF Ambassador Program. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are passionate about supporting JDRF’s mission to cure, better treat and prevent type 1 diabetes (T1D). Ambassadors have huge potential to help JDRF Houston in many ways – we need your voice, your […]
Join Team JDRF on Sunday, January 19, 2014 for half and full marathon races in Houston, TX. Team JDRF is an official “Run for a Reason” charity with the Chevron Houston Marathon. Our team consists of runners and walkers of all ages. Team members work towards a common goal: to raise awareness and support for […]
Charlie wants to be a doctor, artist, fireman, truck driver, and engineer when he grows up. Today, this curious five-year-old has time to decide what dreams he’ll pursue. Since Charlie’s T1D diagnosis at just 10 months old, Charlie’s family channels their worry about his quality of life as he grows up with the disease toward […]