Listed below are some of the charities that are supporting improving the quality of life and/or research for Type 1 diabetes. We have hope for a cure in our lifetime. Click on the image to be taken to their websites.
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D.
Tidepool is a non-profit, open source effort with the mission of reducing the burden of managing Type 1 Diabetes with technology. Our software makes make diabetes data more accessible, more open, and more actionable, leading to more effective diabetes therapy.
The JDCA’s mission is to direct donor contributions to the charitable organizations that most effectively fund research with the goal of delivering a type 1 Practical Cure by 2025. The JDCA is a dynamic organization with the sole purpose of curing type I diabetes by 2025.
currently leading a human clinical trial program testing the efficacy of the BCG vaccine for reversal of long-term type 1 diabetes. Positive results from the Phase I study were reported in 2012.
Team Type 1 (TT1) Foundation was established with the mission to “instill hope and inspiration for people around the world affected by diabetes.” We believe that with appropriate diet, exercise, treatment and technology, anyone with diabetes can achieve their dreams. Founded in 2005 by Phil Southerland and Joe Eldridge, TT1 operated as a grassroots initiative to inspire those with diabetes to better manage their disease.
Diabetes UK is the leading charity that cares for, connects with and campaigns on behalf of every person affected by or at risk of diabetes. We provide information, help and peer support, so people with diabetes can manage their condition effectively. We are one of the largest funders of diabetes research in the UK.
The mission of the Canadian Diabetes Association is to lead the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while working to find a cure.
Our core focus areas are people affected by all types of diabetes, this includes people with type 1 diabetes, people with type 2 diabetes, women with gestational diabetes, people with other forms of diabetes, their families and carers, and people at risk of developing diabetes.
An Australian based non-profit, The Danii Meads-Barlow Foundation’s Mission Is to raise funds to lobby industry and government to introduce latest technologies, at an affordable price, that assist in the management of type 1 diabetes.
About Diabetes NSW Formed on July 27 1938, Diabetes NSW is Australia’s oldest and largest not-for-profit organisation focused on providing support and services nationally and internationally to people living with and at risk of diabetes, their families, carers, friends and allied health professionals.