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Your generosity can help our dreams become a reality

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation continues to fund vital research into finding a cure for diabetes, while supporting growing numbers of people living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in the UK. We ensure that only the highest standard of research receives DRWF funding and endeavour to reach as many people as possible living with the condition and in need of our support.

We rely on individual donations to enable our work to continue. We know that researchers are getting ever closer to finding a viable cure but now, more than ever, we need to inject time and money to accomplish the break-through. We hope that the lives of millions of people in the future will be dramatically improved thanks to our work today - and they will have YOU, the supporters of DRWF to thank!

Making a donation

Your generosity can help the dreams of many become a reality. Please consider making a donation today either online or by cheque or credit card by calling 02392 637808, or by becoming a 'Partner for the Cure' with a regular direct debit contribution.

Please take the time to consider how best you would like to show your support - perhaps you would like to consider the longer-term option of 'leaving a legacy of hope'.

However you choose to contribute, you should be assured that your gift will be put to the best use and that your philanthropy is hugely appreciated, not just by DRWF, but by those people that we aim to ensure are 'Staying well until a cure is found...'


If you would like to volunteer with DRWF there are a number of oppotunities available from taking part in an organised sporting event to doing something with your work colleagues, family or friends. There's more information and how to get involved here.






DRWF relies almost entirely on voluntary income and your FUNdraising initiatives in support of our work are vital – PLEASE HELP!

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Volunteers are vitally important to the delivery of successful awareness campaigns and fundraising initiatives. We need your help!

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