Our ambassadors help to shine the spotlight on diabetes research, raising awareness of our story and mission with their networks, friends and family. By promoting our breakthroughs and projects ambassadors directly contribute to our success in diabetes treatment and our work towards finding a cure(s).
It’s so easy to get involved as a DRWA ambassador – and we’re always on the lookout for new people to join our team!
To get started, simply:
Ambassador benefits include:
Just a few of the amazing ambassadors who are an important part of the DRWA family:
Key West Coast Eagles forward, Jamie Cripps, has revealed he still hopes for a cure for his type 1 diabetes, despite not letting the condition stand in the way of his AFL dreams.
Read more about Jamie’s story.
Jenni was our first celebrity ambassador, and recently joined us to meet Professor Grant Morahan who directs research at the WA Centre for Diabetes Research in Perth. Jenni has a family member living with type 1 diabetes and has seen how tough and continuous the regime is.
80% of your contribution will directly fund Diabetes Research WA programs, so you can be confident your donation will make a difference.Learn more
A fantastic way to give back to the community is to lend your time and skills. DRWA has numerous volunteering opportunities to suit volunteers of all ages and abilities.Learn more
Sponsorships, employee volunteering, social fundraising events and monthly workplace giving are just some of the incredible ways our corporate partners support DRWA.Learn more
The biggest issue facing researchers is access to and security of ongoing funding. With your support, we can continue to deliver funding to our world-class researchers right here in Western Australia ensuring you, your family, and our community benefit first.
Your gift or donation will be distributed to diabetes research projects right here in WA.
When you donate to Diabetes Research WA today, you’ll be directly helping a person living with diabetes now - while contributing to a future where people no longer live with this challenging condition.