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TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes – Last minute fundraising ideas

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

James Coones: Living his childhood dreams, despite having T1D


TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes - Fundraising tips for the office - Copy

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.


Being your true self with T1D

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 ...


Register and Recruit for the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes

 The TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes is on the horizon and there is still time to get involved. Join more than 45,000 people across Canada as we come together as a community committed to raising funds for research to cure, better treat and prevent type 1 diabetes (T1D).


Your Opinion Counts

Last year, JDRF embarked on a new partnership with dQ&A (Diabetes Questions and Answers) – a market research company that works with an active group of people with diabetes who provide feedback on the diabetes products and services they use.


Introducing our newest guest blogger...

Sam Shepheard joins the JDRF Canada blogging team.


When Your Partner Has T1D

Kim Cooper interviews her partner Mike about his take on living with diabetes.


Volunteer Work Speaks Volumes...Thank You!

In honour of National Volunteer Week 2014, JDRF staff from across Canada would like to say “Thank You” to our volunteers! 


National Volunteer Week 2014: Outreach Blog

Whether it is providing emotional support to a newly diagnosed family, promoting JDRF within their communities, or representing JDRF at health fairs, volunteers are the heart of the Outreach program.


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