Volunteer at a One Walk event

Play a crucial part in the world's largest walk towards a future without type 1 diabetes!

Be part of something extraordinary

At JDRF, we know that volunteers are crucial to our mission of improving lives and finding cures for type 1 diabetes (T1D)! That's why we're inviting expressions of interest from volunteers all over the country in the lead up to One Walk in March 2025. 

By volunteering, you’ll help raise vital funds for life-changing research and support the T1D community in celebrating their fundraising achievements. Your contribution will make a significant impact on the lives of those living with T1D. 

How you can get involved

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1. Event day volunteering

Join us at a One Walk event near you and volunteer on the day of the event (or the day prior for some setup). Experience the joy and unity of the T1D community firsthand by taking on one of the following roles: 

  • Marshal 
  • Water Station Volunteer 
  • Merchandise and Information Volunteer 
  • Kids Activity Volunteer 
  • Best-Dressed T-Shirt Judge 
  • And more! 
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2. Office support

Help us in your local JDRF office leading up to One Walk. Connect with our community by phone to assist with registrations and provide fundraising resources. This role requires some computer literacy and comfort with phone communication. 

Ready to get started?

Express your interest in volunteering at a One Walk in your area and become a part of this incredible journey. Together, we can create a world without type 1 diabetes. 

Join the One Walk community!

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Want to fundraise your own way?

Check out other ways to get involved in the Blue Army.

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”


Join the One Walk community!