Tracey Oliver (or Chay Weez to some!) had an amazing resilience when it came to the challenges life through her way. Instead of wondering what life owed her, she generously gave her time and unyielding support to those around her. Wanting to follow this passion for helping others, she was inspired to switch her studies to nursing, to eventually become a diabetic educator. Diabetic Kids Camps have been a love of Tracey's for many years, forming great friendships.
Tracey knew that supporting JDRF accelerates life-changing breakthroughs to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications. There is currently no cure, and no way of preventing T1D, which is why We want to take action.
Six Australians every day receive the life-changing news that they have type 1 diabetes, most of them children.
Your kind donation ensures that we can provide the best research outcomes for the T1D community in Australia. The more people that know about JDRF, the greater the impact, so please help us by spreading the word and sharing our page with your friends and family. Let’s turn Type One into Type None.