Where Are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

Children’s Congress is not only JDRF’s flagship advocacy event, it is one of the largest advocacy events in our nation’s capital. More than 1,000 kids and teens have served as delegates. Many of them are now all grown up and changing the world in their very own ways.

Where Are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

Children’s Congress is not only JDRF’s flagship advocacy event, it is one of the largest advocacy events in our nation’s capital. More than 1,000 kids and teens have served as delegates. Many of them are now all grown up and changing the world in their very own ways.

Where Are They Now?

Children’s Congress is not only JDRF’s flagship advocacy event, it is one of the largest advocacy events in our nation’s capital. More than 1,000 kids and teens have served as delegates. Many of them are now all grown up and changing the world in their very own ways.

Where Are They Now?

Children’s Congress is not only JDRF’s flagship advocacy event, it is one of the largest advocacy events in our nation’s capital. More than 1,000 kids and teens have served as delegates. Many of them are now all grown up and changing the world in their very own ways.

Walgreens Checks Out

The Walgreens JDRF 2013 pin-pad campaign raised a record $4.6 million for JDRF, making it our most successful corporate campaign effort! From September 1 through October 31, you can help support JDRF through the Walgreens flu shot campaign.

Advocates Testify at Senate Diabetes Hearing

Senator Bill Nelson, of Florida, chair of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, and Senator Susan Collins, of Maine, ranking member of the committee, convened the eighth biennial Senate Diabetes Hearing on July 10. The culmination of Children’s Congress—JDRF’s flagship advocacy event—the hearing offers JDRF advocates young and old the opportunity to speak up on […]

Young Diabetes Advocates Take Capitol Hill by Storm

On July 10, the delegates of JDRF 2013 Children’s Congress filled the halls of Congress, and hundreds of Members of Congress learned about type 1 diabetes (T1D) from these experts. For some, it was a familiar conversation; for others, including many newly elected Members of Congress, it was an education on issues that affect a growing number of Americans every day.

Best in Class

Best in Class

JDRF knows that despite the challenges of living with type 1 diabetes (T1D), many people have worked harder, dreamed bigger, and achieved greater. In collaboration with the Diabetes Scholars Foundation since 2011, JDRF offers four annual scholarships to high school graduates. Congratulations to the scholarship class of 2013

Children’s Congress Photo Gallery: Wednesday

On the last day of Children’s Congress, the delegates and family members spoke with their Members of Congress, met Vice President Joe Biden, and attended a very special Senate Diabetes Hearing. Share in the excitement with our final Children’s Congress Photo Gallery.

Children’s Congress Rocks Capitol Hill

Children’s Congress Rocks Capitol Hill

The nation’s attention was honed on JDRF yesterday as delegates and advocates took the microphone at the pinnacle event of Children’s Congress—the Senate Diabetes Hearing. Minutes before the hearing, JDRF delegates met and had some encouraging words from United States Vice President Joe Biden (pictured below).   Led by Senator Bill Nelson (FL), chair of […]