Need an excuse to go to the game? When you type in the Promo Code “JDRF” for the Wild vs. Oilers on October 27, $10 of each ticket purchased will go back to JDRF! Please follow the link below and purchase your tickets. Tuesday, October 27th Wild vs. Oilers at 7PM Promo Code: JDRF CLICK […]
Does this sound familiar: You can’t make it to the JDRF One Walk, you don’t ride a bike, and gala’s aren’t your thing, but you want to be a part of the cure for T1D? Here are two options! Remember JDRF at your employer’s Fall Workplace Giving Campaign! Every fall, many employers participate in charity […]
Everyone welcome! Please join us for a night out with other moms who get daily life with T1D. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 AT 7:00 PM RESTAURANT: TUCCI BENUCCH MALL OF AMERICA, BLOOMINGTON, 952-853-0200 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 7:00 PM RESTAURANT: BIAGGI’S, 8251 FLYING CLOUD DRIVE, EDEN PRAIRIE, 952-942-8555 Please email Troy at email@example.com if you […]
This year, JDRF Minnesota had two teams run Ragnar Great River, a 200+ mile, 36-hour relay from Winona, MN, to the Twin Cities. Despite brutal heat and relentless hills, each team of twelve runners managed to cross the finish line on Saturday, August 15 and raise over $15,000 for a cure for T1D. Amazing!
Each and every year, we honor a member of our community for their contributions and support of JDRF at our Toast of Tomorrow Gala. This year we are proud to present the JDRF Minnesota Award of Excellence to five leaders of our Minnesota Advocacy Team. Debbie Evans, Chelsea Grimes, Camille Nash, Shelley Page and Ann […]
Every two years, more than 150 children ages 4 – 17 living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) gather in Washington, D.C., to meet face-to-face with some of the top decision-makers in the U.S. government. The delegates in JDRF’s Children’s Congress enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help Members of Congress understand what life with T1D is […]
Watch this: To learn more from MIT’s Dr. Anderson. Smaller Is Not Always Stealthier In a recent Nature Materials’ publication, Daniel Anderson, Ph.D., of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) detailed how the immune system responds to implanted material depending on its size and shape. In this short video, you can learn about the future […]