$18,479.50
$250,000
Will Allott JDRF Australia
Will Allott
$18,479.50
$250,000
JDRF Australia
Will Allott
Will Allott

My Story

For as long as I remember, my Dad has been a type 1 Diabetic. From needle pricks, to insulin jabs to endless hypos and hypers and hospitalisations as a result of his Diabetes.
Only a few years ago, one of my close friends daughters, Lauren, got diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes. To see the bravery and fight that she has at such a young age is an inspiration to watch and all the inspiration I need to push myself in the journey I am planning on taking in the next 9 months.
To think that our team might be able to donate enough money to contribute towards the research required to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes should be all that you need to kindly donate a little extra, if for nothing else, then for Lauren!!
I am planning on competing in the following events over the next 9 months:
Ultra Trail Australia 50/100km Ultramarathon
Blackmores half marathon
Four games of golf in one day
As I am sure you can all imagine, to complete and even train for these events requires a dedication and sacrifice above and beyond. It is the knowledge that at the end of each race, I will know that my efforts might have contributed to research that will turn Type 1 into Type None, which will push me through the tough training sessions in the rain and the inevitable mental games during each race.
Thank you in advance for your support and I hope you can come along and cheer me at one of my races.
Thanks again,
Will

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We all think one prick is too many pricks. Now imagine if that one prick turned into 8, every day for the rest of your life …. ….

This is what faces approximately 120,000 Australians every year for the rest of their lives. This is incredibly daunting for an adult, but almost inconceivable for a child of 4 or 5. As you can see from our photo, Type 1 Diabetes does not discriminate, and affects everyone, of all ages. Type 1 Diabetes is still something that, as yet, the medical profession has not been able to find a cure for.

Our team Too Many Pricks, is raising money and awareness for JDRF, whose mission is a future without Type 1 Diabetes. Along with JDRF, Too Many Pricks goal is to turn Type 1 into Type None and this can only happen with the generosity of those supporting our team.

We thank you in advance for your support and can only ask you to give generously for this fabulous cause and pass on this fundraising effort to everyone and anyone.

Many thanks to our foundation sponsors:
http://paceathletic.com/
http://www.dblife.today

Too Many Pricks

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Too Many Pricks

Blob

www.toomanypricks.com
www.instagram.com/toomanypricks/
www.facebook.com/toomanypricks/

We all think one prick is too many pricks. Now imagine if that one prick turned into 8, every day for the rest of your life …. ….

This is what faces approximately 120,000 Australians every year for the rest of their lives. This is incredibly daunting for an adult, but almost inconceivable for a child of 4 or 5. As you can see from our photo, Type 1 Diabetes does not discriminate, and affects everyone, of all ages. Type 1 Diabetes is still something that, as yet, the medical profession has not been able to find a cure for.

Our team Too Many Pricks, is raising money and awareness for JDRF, whose mission is a future without Type 1 Diabetes. Along with JDRF, Too Many Pricks goal is to turn Type 1 into Type None and this can only happen with the generosity of those supporting our team.

We thank you in advance for your support and can only ask you to give generously for this fabulous cause and pass on this fundraising effort to everyone and anyone.

Many thanks to our foundation sponsors:
http://paceathletic.com/
http://www.dblife.today

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