There are 27 item(s) tagged with the keyword "volunteer".

11. Jen Hanson is Living Life to its Fullest

Despite being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in November 1983 at the age of three, Jen Hanson’s family didn’t change their way of life. They camped, engaged in various sports and enjoyed outdoor adventures at the cottage. If they were worried, Jen never noticed. Jen’s love ...

12. Carol Hagan is our March Volunteer of the Month

Carol Hagan is our March Volunteer of the Month! Her son Thomas was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) at six years of age; he is now 24. Carol’s mother also had T1D and was diagnosed at 40. We recently caught up with Carol to ask her a few questions about her volunteer work with JDRF....

13. Lise Guinois is our January Volunteer of the Month

Lise Guinois, from Montreal, QC, is our January Volunteer of the Month! We had an opportunity to ask Lise a few questions about her work with JDRF.

14. Anthony Singh is our December Volunteer of the Month!

Anthony Singh, the December Volunteer of the Month, discusses his experience with JDRF.

15. Garth Lancaster is our November Volunteer of the Month

Garth Lancaster, from Winnipeg, MB, is our November Volunteer of the Month. Two of Garth’s three sons have type 1 diabetes (T1D). His son, Michael, was diagnosed 13 years ago at age 15 and his other son, Tyler, was diagnosed 11 years ago, at age 18. 

16. The Moncton Touch-A-Truck was a Huge Success!

On September 28, 2013 the Moncton Chapter of JDRF Canada organized an exciting event called Touch-A-Truck, which was a complete success. The event helped raise critical funds for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research and was one of the highlight events of September for the Moncton community.

17. JDRF 2013 Galas: Raising Funds for T1D Research

Every year, JDRF offices across Canada and their respective Gala committees come up with a unique theme for their location’s annual JDRF Gala.  Thousands of families, volunteers, donors, partners and sponsors come out for an elegant evening complete with an enticing formal ...

18. Nancy Arnold is our September "Volunteer of the Month"

 September’s Volunteer of the Month is Nancy Arnold. Nancy’s son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) at the age of 16 and is now 40 years old.  

19. Melissa Arnold is our August “Volunteer of the Month”

JDRF continues to rely on the support and dedication of our many volunteers across Canada. We are happy to highlight Melissa Arnold of Halifax, Nova Scotia who is our August Volunteer of the Month.

20. Volunteer

JDRF relies on hundreds of volunteers to pursue our mission of curing type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications through the support of research. These dedicated individuals, families, and companies commit time, money, service, and energy to the search for a cure. We couldn't do it without them!

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