"I want to help find a cure, and I strongly believe the DRI
offers the best hope for that.”
-- Liz Wolff
Elizabeth Wolff, founder of the Cure Thrift Shop, an upscale store in Manhattan's East Village.
Why she's involved
Liz was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was 11 years old.
How she he helps
She donates all of the profits from her store to the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation.
Why the DRI
"I decided that I wanted to open my own thrift shop to benefit a cause that was close to me, and, of course, diabetes came naturally, so I just wanted to combine the two things I cared so much about," she says.
"I want to help find a cure, and I strongly believe the DRI offers the best hope for that.”
Liz Wolff at the Cure Thrift Shop in Manhattan's East Village.