Donations from corporations or small businesses truly change lives and keep our charity running. So much of our high-impact work would not be possible without the generosity we receive from these sources.
If you share our vision of a world where no one dies from type 1 diabetes and are a business looking to support a one-of-a-kind cause standing up for the right to health, then look no further. To discuss how your support could make a difference, email GlobalGiving@t1international.com. We would be delighted to hear from you!
The Harney family have been long term and incredibly generous supporters of T1International. Recently Harney & Sons launched their Banting and Best specialist flavoured tea to honor the discovery of insulin. This naturally flavored tea tastes sweet but has no sweetener. “Raising a cup to our beneficiaries,” Harney Teas have generously donated all proceeds to support people with diabetes, including generous amounts to T1International. The recent launch has already raised nearly $8k. Thank you to the Harney family and everyone at Harney Teas!
Skin Grip have been significant supporters of T1International, donating proceeds from their website sales many times over the last few years. Their team says “Our promise to you is that Skin Grip will allow you to worry less and spend more time doing what you love. We stand behind that promise and we are cheering you on!” Issac the Co-Founder and CEO said that T1I have become one of their customers favorite charities to donate to. “We look forward to continuing the fight along with you and your team,” he says.
The Diabetic Survivor is a brilliant creative supporter who designed some special #insulin4all images for T1International’s merchandise. His small business has not only helped us sell more shirts in our shop and raise awareness about our cause, but he also donates 10% of the proceeds of related sales to T1International. Thank you to The Diabetic Survivor for your ongoing support!
The creative brain behind Osis Earrings Nicole was frustrated that she couldn’t find any earrings geared towards diabetes that weren’t cheesy or obvious. She wanted something subtle, but creative. After hours of searching she decided to make her own. ''One design has some blue in it - the color for diabetes awareness. The speckled/marbled nature of the earrings represents how blurry the mind feels when dealing with hypoglycemia.''
Thanks to Nicole for donating a portion of your profits to our cause!