Where did you join the community this weekend? On Sunday, June 8, I personally joined the community in Vancouver, BC for the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes.What an incredible, fun-filled day at Stanley Park!
There are so many people with diabetes who inspire me. Recently, I've been following Sebastien Sasseville's journey across Canada.
We are getting close to “Show Time!” That’s what I call the Walk. In the play, “Gypsy” the dancers had to figure out a way to get the attention of their patrons. The dancers with the most experience told the youthful girls,
If you’re living with type 1 diabetes (T1D), you’ve probably heard a lot about ‘clinical trials’ and the research JDRF is funding to find a cure for T1D. For those of you who are just learning about JDRF-funded research, we wanted to provide an easy reference ...
Fundraising is not always easy. There are so many organizations out there trying to raise money. You have to find ways to differentiate yourself, be creative and build connections with people in your community.
James Coones’ biggest advantage when his son Aidan was diagnosed was familiarity
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.
James Coones: Living his childhood dreams, despite having T1D
If you’re participating in the 2014 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.
Entering university or college is a big and often scary start to a new chapter in life. As a second year student, attending university has exposed me to many new social situations – playing on teams, meeting new people, networking, going to parties – just to name a few. At university, the ...