If you’ve never done advocacy or been politically engaged before – don’t worry! Many of our advocates were in the same position before starting, and we have lots of roles that involve community-building, social media, and more.
If you're outside of the USA and want to get involved with insulin and supply affordability advocacy, check out our Global Advocacy Network.
We are also looking for advocates in the USA who are willing to join a state or regional volunteer #insulin4all Chapter to push for transparency and/or other change regarding the high cost of insulin and diabetes supplies. We have 41 Chapters in the USA. Find your State Chapter and get involved here.
Are you outraged about the high cost of insulin and diabetes supplies? Are you ready to bring people together to take action to change things? Advocates all around the USA – and the world – have been uniting together to fight for transparency and affordability when it comes to the high cost of insulin. You can join them.
What you’ll give:
We are looking for advocates who are willing to commit to building a state or regional volunteer #insulin4all Chapter to push for transparency and/or other change regarding the high cost of insulin and diabetes supplies. We have 41 Chapters in the USA.*
If you’ve never done advocacy or been politically engaged before – don’t worry! Many of our group leaders were in the same position before starting. However, with their passion and support from T1International, they have already achieved a lot (ie: securing media coverage and gaining commitments from representatives and candidates to push forward transparency legislation).
What you’ll get:
- support and guidance in your role, including resources and tools for advocacy
- the chance to work towards an action plan and strategy
- the power of a network of others fighting for the same things who can share their experience and support your efforts
- the opportunity to build your skills advocating and campaigning
Download and read our Chapter Leader Guide. When you're ready to apply, visit this page.
We have Chapters in Canada, India, the MENA region, and Zimbabwe, as well as advocates and partners in many other countries around the world. Check out our Global Advocacy Network page to learn more.
Do you want to support this cause but aren’t sure how? Have you raised funds before, or are you new to fundraising? This volunteer activity can truly be for anyone. No experience required!
What you’ll give:
We are looking for fundraising volunteers to take on awareness and fundraising activities to support our work. You can do this in any way that suits you, but you’ll set a fundraising target and use your skills or try new tactics to achieve your goal. Whether you hold a bake or book sale, take on a personal challenge, or do something wacky to raise money for the cause, it all goes towards our advocacy work and projects on the ground.
What you’ll get:
- one-on-one support and guidance in your role
- event-planning and fundraising experience which could benefit your career
- the opportunity to be creative and innovative in the way you raise funds
- the ability to see your impact first-hand which supports people with type 1 diabetes in need around the world
- the chance to connect with other T1I volunteers from around the world (many of whom are living with type 1 diabetes)
Please contact us if you're interested in this role.
We are looking for volunteer professional translators who can help us translate various documents and resources into other languages so that our content is accessible to and useful for as many people as possible. We're creating a bank of volunteer translators who can help us on an ad-hoc basis with anything ranging from a simple 1 page document to a 30 page toolkit.
If you're interested, get in touch and tell us a little bit about your background and/or experience with translation. Professional translation experience is preferred due to the accuracy required for our health advocacy content.