JDRF corporate teams & partners consistently go above and beyond to raise money for type 1 diabetes research.
And we can't thank them enough.
Their generosity increases the amount of research JDRF can fund—and accelerates life–changing breakthroughs towards a cure. Our partners welcome us into their corporate families and make JDRF a part of their culture. They encourage their employees to fundraise by forming corporate JDRF One Walk® teams, volunteering their time through local events, taking on leadership roles, and engaging their customers and vendors on our behalf. We thank each of our partners and their communities for their commitment to creating a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D).
Looking for a meaningful way to increase employee engagement, unify your team and build camaraderie?
Forming a JDRF One Walk Corporate Team can help you do just that! In addition to supporting your employees, JDRF One Walk allows you to create positive change in your community—and reach your organization's philanthropic goals.
JDRF will provide excellent resources, support and strategies that are customized to fit the unique needs of your organization. We welcome your partnership and will work with you to develop the best possible engagement experience for your employees.
If you are interested in forming a JDRF One Walk Corporate Team or want to learn more about becoming a national sponsor, please email email@example.com. It's easy to get involved at any level—no matter the size of your company—at any or all of our nearly 200 Walks across the country. Contact your local chapter to learn more about local opportunities.
We look forward to working with you!
Our Elite Partners contribute more than $2 million each year to fund life–changing T1D research. The dedication and support of their employees, customers, and vendors help us get even closer to a world without T1D.
Ford Motor Company has supported JDRF since 1983. In 1998, Ford expanded this relationship with the creation of the employee-driven Ford Global Action Team (FGAT), combining the passion and power of Ford employees, families, and friends, as well as key business partners from WPP, Mazda, BP, ADESA and the UAW. With tens of thousands of volunteers working together, the FGAT has consistently raised more than $3 million annually over the past fifteen years. Under the leadership of Edsel B. Ford II, and more than 90 fundraising teams across 40 global sites, Ford has raised over $58 million to advance our shared goal to create a world without T1D.
Lilly Diabetes—a global leader in diabetes care—has been a longstanding JDRF corporate partner for more than 20 years, supporting key JDRF mission–focused research, programs and activities across the globe. Through our national partnership, JDRF and Lilly Diabetes are helping children, teens and their caregivers feel empowered to live full and active lives with type 1 diabetes (T1D). We’re doing this by providing meaningful education and support resources like the JDRF Bag of Hope and Back to School materials and in–person education at our TypeOneNation Summits to the T1D community, and through support of the JDRF One Walk® that engages Lilly Diabetes employees across the country through a national walk team.
Marshalls has partnered with JDRF since 1994 and has raised more than $32 million through in-store fundraisers to support JDRF's goal to create a world without T1D. Marshalls employees also volunteer with their local JDRF chapters and create teams for JDRF One Walk. Marshalls is one of the nation's leading off-price family retailers, with more than 1,000 stores spanning 48 states and Puerto Rico.
Thanks for your interest in joining JDRF One Walk. Don't see an upcoming event near you? Click here to locate a JDRF Chapter near you or call 1-888-533-WALK (9255) to find out about other ways you can get involved. We look forward to connecting soon.
Your donation will count towards the team's fundraising total. In addition, please give credit to the person that asked for your support to recognize them for their efforts in creating a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D).