JDRF recognizes and celebrates the efforts of its tens of thousands of volunteers nationwide and across the globe who are dedicated to finding a cure for type 1 diabetes.
Our volunteers are the backbone and foundation of JDRF since its founding in 1970 by the parents of children with type 1 diabetes. Volunteers are the driving force of more than 100 locations worldwide that raise money and advocate for government spending for type 1 diabetes research.
If volunteering is something you would be interested in, then we have a job for you!
JDRF One Walk
Logistics Committee: Help plan the day’s food, drinks and events. Responsible for working with other committee members and JDRF staff to assist with soliciting and securing donations such as food, decor, and entertainment.
Family Team Committee: Help our family teams stay on track with their fundraising.
Day of Walk Volunteer: Help us to run the best Houston Walk that JDRF has ever seen.
Tee Up to Cure Diabetes Golf Classic
Committee Member: Responsible for working with other committee members and JDRF staff to assist with soliciting and securing donations such as event location and sponsors, food, dÃ©cor, and entertainment. Click here for full description.
Day of Golf Classic Volunteer: Help us to host the tournament by volunteering for the day.
Promise Ball Gala
Logistics Committee: Help plan the evenings events. Click here for a full description.
Auction Committee: Help to procure auction items for our live and silent auctions. Click here for a full description.
Day of Gala Volunteer: Help us to host the best Inaugural event in Houston JDRF event history.
Mom’s Night out: Hosted in different homes around the city.
Mentor Program Volunteer: Connect with newly diagnosed families and offer support and encouragement in the face of a new T1D diagnosis.
Office Help: Help us with mailings, data entry and event preparation.
JDRF ATTN: Amanda Nguyen
2425 Fountain View, Suite 280
Houston, TX 77057
Fax to: 713-334-4040
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a family connection to type 1 diabetes?
If so, you may be interested in our Outreach Events page.