Revolve24 will be proudly supporting JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) again in 2023. JDRF's goal is to raise $75,000 in 2023, which will make the total funds raised $230,000 over the four years of the partnership with Revolve24. JDRF are leading the fight against type 1 diabetes by funding research to improve lives and cure the disease.
Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a serious and life-long autoimmune disease that affects over 127,000 Australians.
T1D impacts the body’s ability to process sugar by attacking the beta cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. Insulin helps convert sugar into the fuel our bodies need. Without insulin, sugar builds up in our bloodstream in life-threatening amounts. Multiple times each day insulin needs to be injected into the body of someone living with T1D.
There is no known cure for T1D and it requires 24/7 management for survival.
To learn more about JDRF go HERE
REDUCED PRICE CHARITY ENTRY
You can play a significant part in this effort by entering Revolve24 and committing to raise at least $1,000. JDRF will support you all the way to hitting your fundraising goal and for a bit of fun will be able to see how you are tracking on the charity leader board
To get you on your way, we have reduced the entry fees for the Charity Places to all three Challenges - the 24hour, 12hour and 6hour
(per rider, regardless of the team size)
JDRF CHARITY RIDERS GET A JERSEY INCLUDED
JDRF will provide Charity place entrants with a JDRF Revolve24 cycling jersey. Please note, a minimum fundraising requirement of $1,000 per Charity place entrant is required. For more detail and fundraising support, contact Tamara Aitchison of JDRF on
0402 810 069.
Here's the Brookes family taking about their daughter, Emily, who is a T1D sufferer.