Dr. Rémi Rabasa-Lhoret, a JDRF-funded endocrinologist at the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal best known for his work on the...Read More
The 2015 TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes is right around the corner and there is still time to exceed your fundraising goal! This year, our goal is to raise $7.4 million.
The transition from child to young adult can be very challenging, especially when you throw type 1 diabetes (T1D) into the mix. JDRF reached out to a group of young adults living with T1D and asked them to share their experiences on a wide-array of topics.
With the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes less than four weeks away, here are some last minute fundraising ideas to help you reach or surpass your fundraising goals.
The 2015 TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes is right around the corner and there is still time to grow your team and exceed your fundraising goal! This year, our goal is to raise $7.4 million. With your help, we can exceed our goal and make an impact on the lives of over 300,000 people affected by T1D.
With only four weeks to go until the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes, there is still plenty of time to recruit a team and register to Walk. Each year over 45,000 Canadians make the commitment to walk, fundraise or pledge a friend who is participating in the event.
If you’re participating in the 2015 TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes, we’ve got some great fundraising tips for you! Whether you work for a participating organization or you’re fundraising for a family team, these office fundraisers will help increase your pledges.
Mother’s Day is less than one week away and we’d like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all of the incredible moms that we come into contact with every day!
This week on April 28 and 29, JDRF will be hosting the 2015 JDRF Annual General Meeting. It is a great opportunity to unite volunteers and staff from across Canada to celebrate the successes we’ve experienced as an organization in 2014, and to hear exciting updates on type ...
The TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes is right around the corner and there is still time to get involved. Join more than 45,000 people across Canada as we come together committed to raising funds for research to cure, better treat and prevent type 1 diabetes (T1D).
Before I was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 9, I became gaunt. Now that I see pictures taken before diagnosis, all I can see are my hollow cheeks and bony body. It’s interesting at the time that nobody recognized that my gaunt appearance meant that something was wrong.