Our resource hub is home to a wealth of articles, stories and videos about managing and living with type 1 diabetes.
Place your order for our free information packs that support adults and children who have been recently diagnosed.
Our researchers are working on different ways to develop a cure for type 1 diabetes - from growing insulin-producing beta cells in labs to hacking the immune system.
Learn about the technologies that can deliver insulin automatically when needed. And discover the next generation of insulins that are currently being developed.
We have a wide range of fun and festive designs to choose from. Fund life changing research while spreading joy this Christmas!
This Christmas, your gift can bring us closer to a cure for type 1 diabetes – and every pound you give to our Christmas Appeal will be doubled.
The announcement is the biggest treatment breakthrough for type 1 diabetes since the discovery of insulin.
This event is designed for anyone living with type 1 diabetes who would like to learn more about managing their wellbeing across a variety of contexts.
We provide a wealth of information and free resources to help you support and empower your patients or students.
Take our free course for schools to learn more about supporting pupils with type 1 diabetes in educational settings.
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Our strength is our connections. We work closely with clinicians, researchers, the NHS and MPs to bring the latest treatments to people living with type 1. We are a part of a powerful network of affiliate JDRFs across the world, pooling our knowledge and resources to make research breakthroughs happen. Our ambassadors from our patron, Her Majesty the Queen, to many other well-known people affected by type 1, champion the type 1 community helping to ensure that they are heard.
The Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) provides expert, independent scientific, clinical and lay support, advice and critical insights to JDRF in the UK.
We’re hugely grateful for the passion and dedication of our corporate partners who provide support to help us fund world-class research. Learn about our corporate partnership opportunities, including company fundraising, sponsorship, cause-related marketing and in-kind support.
JDRF is grateful to have support from many talented and high-profile celebrities. Their backing is helping to raise awareness of type 1 diabetes and the work that we do.
Former UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2013, is an Ambassador for JDRF’s global research programme.
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