It’s not the winning, it’s the taking part… and taking part in JDRF’s fundraising events means more research into type 1. See below for events in your area, or contact us at [email protected] or on 023 8061 6622.
People in the vicinity of Portal Financial in Rochester, Kent, may well have found the offices a little scary last week. All those who worked there entered into the spirit of Freaky Friday, joining in the Halloween festivities to raise funds for JDRF.
JDRF supporters Ben Aymes and Ian Thompson have raised nearly £13,000 for JDRF by cycling 550 miles.
Two friends and a team from Siemens IT/GSS will be cycling 550 miles across England to raise money for JDRF.
Grace Homeyard, 7, raised a fantastic £350 for JDRF by doing a sponsored swim on 6 April. Grace ended up swimming for a mile – over three times her original target of 500 metres. She also made and sold cakes on the day to raise extra.
A big thank you to the Brothers of RAOB Tremain Lodge in Sittingbourne, Kent, who have raised £1,000 for JDRF. The group kindly raised the money through a number of different events for their members. The cheque was picked up by Gabriella Childs of Faversham, Kent, who is seven years old and lives with type 1 diabetes.