Our work simply couldn't happen without our amazing fundraisers, who raise the funds that help us support people living with diabetes, and fund the vital research into new treatments and ultimately a cure.
Whether you're up for running a marathon, skydiving from a plane, hosting a pub quiz or shaving off your beloved beard. There are lots of ways to make a difference and raise money to support people living with all forms of diabetes.
If you're new to fundraising, don't worry. We have a friendly and dedicated team who can help you all the way to reaching your fundraising goal!
Tim Green (Head of Community Fundraising)
Karen Scott (Community Fundraiser)
If you need our help at any time just give us a call on 023 92 637 808 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our amazing fundraising team are happy to help with whatever you need, and we'd love to hear how your plans are shaping up! We can also help you set up your own fundraising page on Enthuse.
Give a home to one of our Collecting Pots
A collection pot is a great way to collect regular donations for our charity. They can be placed in pubs, offices, shops or displayed at fundraising events. So please help turn those pennies into pounds to help research a cure for diabetes.
It’s simple to get hold of a collection pot. Simply complete this form to request a collection pot and return the form to us. Collection pot holders are bound by the Code of Fundraising Practice Agreement so please make sure that all documentation is read carefully and abided by.
Please telephone our fundraising team on 023 92 637 808 or email: email@example.com for any collection pot queries.
How We Can Help at DRWF
Each year we run events for people living with diabetes, ranging from educational workshops and wellness events, to fundraising marathons and group skydives. To find out more about our events and how we support people living with diabetes, please visit our Events Page.
Since 1998 we have provided over £12 million of funding for medical research programmes, with the aim of finding a cure for all types of diabetes. In 2004, we made a significant commitment to Islet Cell Research and Transplant, a programme which focuses on the role of islet cells in diabetes. Read more about our commitment to research by visiting our Research Page.
We rely on our amazing donors who raise the funds that help support people living with diabetes across the UK, as well as funding our vital research programmes. There are lots of ways to raise money to support people living with all forms of diabetes, there’s something for everyone! To discover more about fundraising with us, please visit our Fundraising Page.