Serving the National Capital Region, Gatineau and surrounding communities.
343 Preston Street -1152, Ottawa ON K1S 1N4
T: 343.291.1150 ext.2 | TF: 1-877.634.2238 | F: 514.744.0516
Table of Contents
- TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes
- Revolution Ride to Defeat Diabetes
- Bag of Hope and Mentor Program
- Third Party Events
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Community Engagement
- Our Staff
TELUS WALK TO CURE DIABETES
130+ Family teams and corporate teams took part in 2016.
TOP 10 TELUS Walk Family Teams
Team SohmerStein . Digger Boy Dylan . Adams Jovun and Harman . Mike and Greg's Team . Team Claire . Madeleine's Star Walkers . Team Kaila . Brickheads . Team Lepage . Team Connor
Top Corporate Teams
Team TELUS Ottawa. UPS_BD Ontario_Ottawa. Sanofi Ottawa
TELUS Walk Chair
Ottawa TELUS Walk Committee
Trudy Adams, Haritha Kattari, Raquel Nevins, Sara Kearley, Heather Munro, Linda McNamara, Ali Stein, Jill McAinch- King, Tara Felx, Chris Quiroz, Gillian, Alicia Magliocco, Kathleen Bouchard, Kate Azar and Cynthia Rand.
Special Thank You to our speakers
Richard Eaton and Michelle Sorensen
Special Thank You to the Walk Ambassadors
Madeleine Latour and Kathleen Bouchard
Dedicated TELUS WALK Volunteers
Bill McCutcheon, Doogie Dick, Carol Morris, Greg Doucette, Cameron Crompton, Cassie Patrois, Jason Burke, Chris Dale-Murphy, Frank Chow, Kaveeta Ajwani, Donna Deriger, Angie Sullivan, Sheila Darlaston, Judy Horrigan, Stronach Family, Taylor Bisson, Emerald Smeaton, Moorhouse Family, Rosy Ireland, Lisa Godin, Chusroskie Family, Ann Harris, Shirley Brule, Lydia Butler, Callaghan Family, Gray Family, Shelagh Cole, Prendergast Family, Chowdbury Family, Nevins Family, Adams Family.
Organizations that support TELUS Walk
Ottawa REDBLACKS . Jim Watson, Mayor’s Office
Volunteer Ottawa . Ottawa Police
Sparky the Fire Dog . City Of Ottawa
CHEO . EDC
Carls Waste Services
City of Ottawa
Dovercourt - Hula Hoop
Day Time Ottawa
Direct Access Radio
DJ- Steff Lecuyer
Ottawa Police Services
Ottawa Super Parties
Pineview Golf Course
Ottawa Princess Parties
OTTAWA/GATINEAU RIDE TO DEFEAT DIABETES
October 11th Ottawa City Hall, 10 am - 1:30 pm
THE CRAFT BEER MARKET VRIDE
Thank you to the Contributors of the CRAFT BEER MARKET vRide.
JDRF is pleased to provide our complimentary Bag of Hope to newly diagnosed children to help them and their families become more familiar with T1D. The Bag of Hope contains a variety of educational and reference materials.
As a special gift, children under 12 will also receive a Rufus, the Bear with Diabetes™ designed to help children cope and learn about insulin injections.
To receive your Bag of Hope, please contact Sabrina Lemay firstname.lastname@example.org or (343)-291-1150 ext. 1.
You or a family member have just been diagnosed with T1D; what do you do now? When faced with such a diagnosis, it can be a traumatic and stressful time possibly leaving you and/or your family feeling alone and overwhelmed but you're not alone.
JDRF’s Family Network Volunteers can provide much needed emotional support, information about diabetes resources, education about what families can do to help find a cure and most of all, be a good listener...
We are here to help.
Please note, our volunteers are not healthcare professionals and are not authorized to provide medical advice for which you should consult your doctor or other healthcare professionals.
To learn more about:
• Our Mentor Program
• Volunteer opportunities as part of our Outreach Team
• Having our Outreach Booth at your next Community Event or Health Fair
Please contact Sherry Plant at email@example.com or 647-789-2038.
‘Taking a Swing’ at Curing Type one Diabetes