ADEA established the ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation as part of its strategy to strengthen its research contribution.
The Foundation is a registered public ancillary fund under the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission Act 2012. High importance is placed on strong corporate governance, accountability and transparency. Foundation financial statements are independently audited each year under the Corporations Act 2001 for public viewing at www.acnc.gov.au
The Foundation is managed by the public not-for-profit ‘Trustee’ company ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation Ltd with reference to professional and research advice from the Research Council. The Research Council comprises prominent academics and researchers specialising in diabetes and healthcare. Further information at www.diabetesresearch.org.au
Research is underway in Australia and across the world to find a cure for diabetes and to inform clinical guidelines. The ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation complements this work. The Foundation’s research program enables people living with diabetes and their diabetes care team to work together to identify questions, find answers and use this new knowledge to support people as they work hard every day to live well with their diabetes.