CELEBRATING 30 YEARS
Support the walk for a world without type 1 diabetes
- Scott Barker just donated $99
- Marty just donated $26.38
- Angela Derda just donated $26.38
- Luke Vaughan just donated $52.75
- Cynthia C just donated $26.38
- Gold Coast just donated $500
- S & J Wertheimer just donated $100
- John Killigrew just donated $105.50
- Catherine Surany just donated $52.75
- Paul Halasz just donated $52
- Kristyn Ranson just donated $5.20
- LJ Hooker Cleavland just donated $1,000
- Brett Family just donated $25
- Gabor Somlai just donated $50
- Frank Morrison just donated $50
- Marietta Mohay just donated $50
- Gyongyi Horvath just donated $131.88
- Michael W just donated $181.81
- Ryan De Silva just donated $72.80
- Judith Tamas just donated $78
It's a race to the finish line! we need your
help to reach $1 million for t1d research.
Together, here’s what we’ve achieved so far...
taking on the challenge
to support research
One Walk 2023 events have concluded!
In 2023 we acknowledged30 years of One Walk and the life-changing research you’ve supported, bringing us closer to a world without type 1 diabetes!
But there's still time to chase those final pledges or make a donation to support our mission. Every dollar you raise or donate will power more life-changing research, enable impactful advocacy and fund further support for the 130,000+ Australians living with T1D.
How it Works
1. sign up
Sign up for FREE and save your spot at your local One Walk event. We're hosting them across Australia!
2. Set your fundraising goal
Set your fundraising goal to support life-changing T1D research
3. Spread the word
Share your page with friends, family, co-workers (anyone you know!) and ask them to support your challenge.
4. Walk and celebrate!
Come along on the day of your event and walk for a world without T1D. It's a fun celebration of your incredible fundraising!
“I am extremely proud to join the One Walk Step Challenge, not only for my son, but for everyone with T1D who must test their blood glucose levels and take insulin every single day just to stay alive.”
“A really positive aspect of One Walk is that as a community, we can come together to raise money towards life-changing research aimed at making our lives so much easier”