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Below are the projects which have been funded by the generosity of Tesco colleagues and staff:


People with Diabetes can talk to us for even longer as we have opened up our Careline til 7pm. See how we provide support and advice.

Enjoy food – Helping families with diabetes shop, cook and eat

Selected Tesco stores hosted our pop-up events with professional dietitians. See what tasty and healthy recipe were shared with customers.

Living with Diabetes Days

We have scheduled 80 events around the country until 2016 to help those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Find out where and when your local Living with Diabtetes Day is taking place.

Type 1 Diabetes: Make The Grade Packs

Packs are available for school teachers and parents to make sure children with type 1 diabetes get the care and support they need at school. Order your pack today.


We have given £4 million to boost research for a Type 1 diabetes vaccine. Find out more about the research 

Tesco Partners Logo

  • About our partnership

    By raising £16 million, Tesco and Diabetes UK have helped to create healthier communities and have helped support those affected by, and at risk of, diabetes in the UK.

    Find out more

  • Get involved

    We need your help to make our partnership with Tesco the most successful ever. Join us today and raise funds to help people affected by and at risk of diabetes.

    Find out more

  • Online Risk Score

    Complete our quick and easy online Risk Score to find out your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, and contact our Careline for further support and advice.

    Find out more

  • Your stories

    Meet some of our inspirational supporters from Tesco and find out their stories.

    We'd love to hear your story too.

    Find out more


Diabetes – What you need to know

Containing in-depth information on diabetes care, food, support and guidance on day-to-day issues,
our magazines for people with diabetes are now available to download.

Type 1 diabetes – What you need to know (PDF, 5.1MB)

Type 2 diabetes – What you need to know (PDF, 4.4MB)

Diabetes UK on Twitter