This is Navy! He is 3 years old and was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in May this year. Navy is our beautiful, precious boy and whilst it breaks our heart to see our son having to live life with this disease, we are filled with pride watching him tackling diabetes with such resilience and taking such ownership. We are also thankful to be part of the well supported diabetes community and feel hopeful that there will be a cure for Type 1 in Navy’s lifetime. Research is the key to destroying Type 1 and we would be so thankful for any support our friends and family can provide us in raising funds so that one day Navy can go back to living a life free of diabetes.
I am taking part in JDRF One Walk to turn type one into type none!
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that can strike at any time. It affects more than 120,000 Australian families, and 7 people are diagnosed every day.
So I am walking with the #JDRFbluearmy to raise funds for research to cure, prevent and better treat type 1 diabetes.
Please DONATE NOW and support my walk to change the lives of Australians living with T1D.
My Completed Missions in the JDRF Blue Army
Thank you to my Sponsors
Kate, Danny & Tilly
Sent with love xxxx
Letitia, Ash, Lila & Rose
Fantastic cause. What an amazing boy you have x
Sent with love to you all.
Sarah, Ben, Archer And Stevie
Go Team Nave the Brave, we’ve got your back Navy! Love your work Ash x
All the best guys xx
Lots of love to Nave the Brave and all of you x
Dear Asha, Let’s hope a cure is found quickly! I’m sorry I will be away when the walk is on otherwise I would have been there with you guys......big love ❤️
Clare & Scarlett Marantelli
Great work Asha! My brother in-law is type one too, so I know all the ins and outs. I’m sure Navy will handle all that comes his way, with a Mumma like you by his side. X
Good on you Asha, research is a wonderful thing and I certainly hope a cure is found quickly for Navy and your family along with many others. He looks a gorgeous, spunky little soul. Good luck ......
Good on you Asha, the more people being proactive like you the closer we are to a cure xo