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What Keeps Us Going

Why We Started & What Keeps Us Going

Our son Luke was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 7. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. It is NOT caused by eating sugar, obesity or other poor lifestyle habits. There is NO CURE and a person needs many injections of insulin daily to live. This requires constant management and attention to ensure dosage is correctly calculated based on activity and food intake. If not done correctly, insulin therapy can be deadly. Families with loved ones that are Type 1 carry this stress and anxiety everyday.



Research Support

Passing along money directly to JDRF and similar organizations dedicated ...

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Direct Family Support

We will provide direct assistance to families without economic means ...

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Awareness & Educational Support

Type 1 Diabetes is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. The lack ...

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Annual DT1 Charities College Scholarship

Character. Hard work. Perseverance. Love of learning.

These are the attributes that the DT1 Charities College Scholarship Program rewards. We invite high school seniors or college students with Type 1 diabetes who meet the eligibility requirements to apply for a DT1 Scholarship and will announce the next enrollment for applications soon.

Latest News


Recognized as an Outstanding Corporate Partner

Brad and Meredith Stadler were recognized as an Outstanding Corporate Partner for JDRF ...


Embracing an All-Consuming Disease at CrossFit DT1

According to the American Diabetes Association, about 1.25 million Americans have Type 1 ...

Kids / Latest News

Luke presenting about diabetes

Our Son Luke at a school presentation talking about diabetes.