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 […]
JDRF Children’s Congress, our flagship advocacy event, takes place in Washington, D.C., today through July 10. 161 of JDRF’s advocates, ages 4 to 17, will bring an important message for Congress to renew the Special Diabetes Program (SDP). This federal program, which currently provides $150 million per year for diabetes research, has made possible some […]
The JDRF Greater Western Carolinas Chapter is pleased to announce the following children and teenagers have been selected as Delegates for the JDRF 2013 Children’s Congress. Ethan Morse, Fort Mill, SC Anya Tribune, Charlotte, NC Justin Schur, Greenville, SC They will travel to Washington, DC this summer to represent their states and to remind Congress […]