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1. JDRF Annual General Meeting

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 ...


2. JDRF is turning type one into type none!

Last week from Wednesday, June 11 to Friday, June 13, we hosted the 2014 JDRF Annual General Meeting. It was a great opportunity to unite volunteers and staff from across Canada to celebrate the successes we’ve experienced as an organization in 2013, and to hear exciting updates ...


3. When Your Partner Has T1D

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


4. 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! 


5. JDRF is Connected!

Last week from Wednesday, June 12 to Friday, June 14, we hosted the 2013 JDRF Annual General Meeting. It was a great opportunity to unite volunteers and staff from across Canada to celebrate the successes we’ve experienced as an organization in 2012, and to hear exciting updates on type 1 diabetes ...


6. JDRF Staff say “Thank You!”

In honour of National Volunteer Week, JDRF staff from across Canada would like to send a big “Thank You” to all of the volunteers that help make our programs such a success. The Passion, Action and Impact of our dedicated volunteers ensures we can continue to be the leading global organization ...


7. JDRF Canada Recognizes Volunteers in Celebration of National Volunteer Week

TORONTO (April 24, 2013) – During National Volunteer Week 2013, JDRF celebrates and recognizes the extraordinary contribution of our volunteers across Canada. This year’s theme is Passion. Action. Impact. These words truly describe the extensive commitment and dedication our volunteers demonstrate ...


Lets turn type one into type none