Thank you to the T1D Exchange community for all the ways you support type 1 diabetes (T1D) research! Together, we have made a significant impact for the T1D community. Because of your commitment to research, we recently were able to:

  • Expand the Quality Improvement Collaborative Clinics to 32 endocrinology clinics
  • Grow the T1D Exchange Registry to over 12,000 participants
  • Publish groundbreaking research on COVID-19 and T1D

We are excited to share new ways to support T1D research and how to get further involved with our current initiatives. Below are some of the new ways you can partner with T1D Exchange this year:

  • Donor Advised Fund (DAF)
    Have a Donor Advised Fund? T1D Exchange is now encouraging donors to make a tax-deductible charitable donation through their DAF’s! Donors can give cash, stock and other assets through their DAF.
  • Reoccurring gifts: Monthly, Bi-monthly or Quarterly!
    One of the best ways to have a lasting effect on the T1D community is to join T1D Exchange’s new monthly sustainer program. On our main donation page, you can choose to have a reoccurring gift made on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis.
  • Do it Yourself (DIY) Event
    From celebrating milestones to hosting a local talent show, a DIY event is a fun way to support T1D Exchange! If you’re looking for creative ways to have a fundraising event to benefit T1D Exchange, please reach out to for more information.
  • Cause-Related Marketing
    T1D Exchange is growing our cause-related marketing program! If you have a product that is related to diabetes, we invite you to join us in improving treatments and care for people with T1D.
  • Employee Matching Gift Program
    Thinking of making a donation, but want your gift to go even further? Many companies match employee gifts to organizations, doubling the impact of your gift! Check here to see if your employee has a matching gift program.

If you’re interested in learning more about our new giving platforms or would like more information on how you can support T1D Exchange, please contact Samantha Robinson, Partnerships & Advancement Coordinator at