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Throw a party! Organize a race! Coordinate a holiday drive at your office! Through our Auxiliary Partners Program, you can raise critical dollars for JDRF by putting together your own special event to help in our fight for a cure - and help keep JDRF expenses low so that every dollar can go directly to research and research education!
What is a "Third Party Event?" Simply put, it's an event or promotion sponsored by a person or organization that will benefit JDRF. Hundreds of groups each year take responsibility for the work and costs associated with a variety of activities.
What kinds of events qualify? Here's your chance to build an event precisely suited to any audience you choose! Make it as large or as small as you would like; the only limit is your imagination.
JDRF is pleased to announce the launch of Team JDRF, a new fundraising program that provides online and offline tools for fundraisers of all shapes and sizes. Team JDRF is a way for you to make a difference in the fight against type 1 diabetes in your local community. Whether it's a walk, a bowl-a-thon, a home party, a comedy night, or whatever you dream up, Team JDRF pairs our families' passions for the cure with grass-roots fundraising.
If this new tool sounds like a fit for your fundraiser, please visit http://team.jdrf.org/ to learn more.
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<p>To learn more about how to organize your own third party fundraiser and what JDRF can do to help, please visit our <a href="http://jdrfillinois.org/help-cure-diabetes/AuxPartner_events_overview.html">third party events page. </a></p>