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2016 TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes

Walk your way!

JDRF London is proud to host 4 Walk sites.
Pick a date and location that suits you:

Saturday, June 4- Lion's Park Mitchell
Sunday, June 5- Centennial Park Chatham
Sunday, June 12- TD Stadium London
NEW! Sarnia -- date & location TBA


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Community Engagement

JDRF is pleased to provide our complimentary Bag of Hope to our newly diagnosed families, containing a variety of educational and reference materials that will help you along the way.

As a special gift, children under the age of 12 will also receive a Rufus or Ruby, The Bear with Diabetes™, designed to help children cope and learn about insulin injections.

Mentor Program

When a loved one is diagnosed with diabetes, it can be a traumatic and stressful time. Fear, sadness, anger, and confusion about how to manage the disease can leave families feeling alone and overwhelmed.

You are not alone. JDRF’s Family Network of Volunteers can help!

Through the Family Network, families touched by diabetes can be connected with a trained mentor, receive much needed emotional support and information about diabetes resources, as well as education about what they can do to help find a cure.

JDRF’s Family Network is made up of regular families dealing with similar struggles. It is an invaluable support network to those living with T1D. 

Please check us out on Facebook

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Volunteering with JDRF

We need your help!

There are many ways you can help make a difference:

  • Help out at the office. We have mailings to stuff, stamps to stick, photos to file, envelopes to seal, media calls to make, and our database to keep up-to-date!

  • Work at an event. Be part of the team - Each year JDRF needs a virtual army of volunteers to make our fabulous events a success!

  • Serve on a committee. Help develop the Chapter’s communications strategy. Be part of the Public Outreach Program. Serve on our Corporate Recruitment or Development committees. Coordinate a TELUS Walk site. Help organize a Gala program. Solicit items for our event auctions. Our committees give our Chapter its sparkle!

  • Participate in our Government Relations Program. Let your voice be heard! Sign up to be an advocate and contact your Member of Parliament about diabetes related policies.

  • Join our Third Party Events Program. Hold a party for JDRF! Coordinate a garage sale or a special shopping day with the dollars raised benefiting JDRF and diabetes research. The only limit is your imagination!

  • Donate through your business. Make a gift of your printing or design services. Contribute your photography skills. Use your public relations firm to help get press for a Chapter event. Donate a company product or an item for our live and silent auctions. Make your restaurant, golf course, or other facility available at no charge for JDRF events.

Help take us one step closer to a cure!

If you are interested in volunteering please email us!

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Fundraising Out and About

Preston's Big Game

Diagnosed with T1D at age 9, Preston's life changed dramatically.
He was entering a whole new world filled with fear and uncertainty.
Preston found comfort and inspiration in the art and story of
Aaron Bengall's book Feel The Beat.
Preston decided to write his own book with the aim of raising awareness about the symptoms, biology, and daily procedures involved with T1D. 

Over half of the proceeds of his book goes toward fighting T1D.
Read the full story,
and get your copy of this amazing book today!

If your company, club, or group is interested in helping raise funds for JDRF, 
contact us and we will help get you started!

From raffles to barbecues, bake sales, garage sales, car washes, and golf tournaments, the only limit is your imagination!

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 JDRF Ride for Diabetes Research

Thanks for your support in 2015

We raised over $56,000!

2016 should be even more exciting.

Stay tuned for more info.

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Lets turn type one into type none