New Jersey Man Starts F.A.C.T Foundation – Dedicated to Finding a Cure and Raising Awareness on Diabetes

Great Meadows, NJ, January 12, 2012 --( Type-1 diabetic William Sisca, who was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 13, has started the F.A.C.T Foundation. The non-profit organization is dedicated to finding a cure for him and the millions of other type-1 diabetics, and to also help the countless type-2 patients educate themselves on how to prevent or reverse this epidemic.

“We provide supplies to as many uninsured or under-insured patients as possible until a cure is found,” says Sisca. “It is our goal to conduct private research using the world’s most cutting edge technologies.”

By selling their branded awareness gear, such as t-shirts and message bands, donations, and local sponsored events, the F.A.C.T foundation is committed to finding a cure for diabetes through their fundraising, research, and determination.

Sisca lives in Great Meadows, New Jersey, with his wife Jenny, their young son Bradie, and their dog Blue.

F.A.C.T Foundation
Brian Kearney