Greater New England Chapter

Volunteer Powered Events

Peruse our running (not exhaustive) list of volunteer-led engagement opportunities occurring throughout the Greater New England Community.

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Connect with others in the T1D community, support each other and JDRF’s mission, join a volunteer-led event! Browse the list of gathering opportunities below.

Planning a gathering or fundraiser? Want to share it with the Greater New England Community? Please fill out the following form to request inclusion on the list of Volunteer Powered Events. Please note that many of these events can also be found on our Facebook events listing,

Disclaimer: Events displayed on this page are independently submitted to the chapter and run by community members. 


Upcoming Events

Virtual T1D MEETUP

  • Wednesday, May 22 | 7 – 8 p.m.
  • This is an event for teens (10-18) living with type 1 diabetes to share their stories. The goal is to learn from each other. For recently diagnosed individuals, it is an opportunity to ask questions from those who have been living with T1D. It is led by Advay Verma, Lexington High School Sophomore, who was diagnosed in 2017. Join:
  • Contact: Advay Verma |

Past Events

NH T1D Mountain Meet-Up!

  • Sunday, March 3 | 10 a.m.
  • Granite Gorge Mountain Park
  • Come join NH T1Ds and the surrounding area for a Mountain Meet-up! We will be at Granite Gorge Mountain Park! Skiing starts at 10 a.m. and Tubing is available at 11 a.m. Lets all Snack, Share, Shred! Light snacks will be provided and there is a Restaurant/Pub available for purchase at noon!

Virtual T1D Meet-Up (ages 10-18)

  • Monday, March 4 | 7 – 8 p.m.
  • Having friends who “get it” can make it easier. Join the Greater New England T1D tween and teen community for a virtual meet-up! Whether you were diagnosed yesterday or years ago, join us and connect with other teens (10-18) living with T1D to share in a safe space while making new friends.
  • Hosted by Advay Verma, Lexington High School Sophomore, Living with T1D since 2017

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