Toronto

 

Serving Toronto, York, and Durham Region

235 Yorkland Blvd., Suite 600
Toronto, ON M2J 4Y8
Tel: 647.789.2000
Toll-Free: 1.877.287.3533
Fax: 416.491.2111 


Table of Contents
 

JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure

Sun Life Ride to Defeat Diabetes for JDRF

Fundraise with Us - Third Party Events

Community Engagement

Get Involved!

Staff Directory


JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure

WOW – we are blown away! Thank you SO much Toronto for joining the very first JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure!

We called, you answered! You joined us, as well as thousands of people across Canada to raise over $2 Million to help us accelerate the pace of diabetes research. We know it has not been an easy few months for the T1D community, friends, and allies. Thank you for your commitment, passion, and partnership! 

You made this event a success, you got loud, creative and did some truly incredible fundraising. You encouraged your families, friends and communities to support and get involved and for that, we thank you. The challenges you came up with were instrumental in making the House ParT1D for a Cure the huge success it was. If you’d like to re-watch any parts of the House ParT1D, please visit our youtube page.

It is an honor to work you, your families, friends and partners of JDRF in such uncertain time.

From the team here at JDRF Toronto, we cannot thank you enough. Together we are changing lives.

If you’d like to share your team’s activity, please share your videos and photos with us by emailing us at [email protected].

 

Thank you to our local sponsors.

Incentive Partner


Corporate Champions






 

Sun Life Ride to Defeat Diabetes for JDRF is a high-energy stationary cycling event taking place in cities across Canada. This event will challenge Canadians to pedal for a cure and go further to defeat diabetes.

The Toronto Sun Life Ride to Defeat Diabetes for JDRF
Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020
Location: Nathan Phillips Square
 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N1

Register Now

Ride contact:
Natasha Fieldman
Phone: 647.789.2322
Email: [email protected]


 

  Host a T1D Fundraiser

 

Be a Diabetes Champion! Join our dedicated team of fundraisers by raising funds in support of diabetes research. 

There are countless ways to contribute! Host your own fundraiser….Join a community event…. Rally your co-workers…. Get your school involved. Your passion combined with our expertise will ensure your efforts make a major impact on the lives of Canadians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D).

We’ve made it easy for you to organize a fundraiser that is meaningful to you while raising funds for vital research. Choose a fundraising idea and then let us know what you want to do. We’ll provide you with all the tools and support you need to make it a success.

For more information on how to start your own event, please contact Kayli at
647-789-2035 or email [email protected].

Get started with your fundraising event!


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Community Engagement


Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for a while, you are not alone. JDRF is here to give you the information and resources you need to help you on your journey. We understand life with type 1 diabetes and we are here to help.  If you would like to speak with someone today, please contact Erica, [email protected] or 647-789-2038.


Community Events or Upcoming Events


Newest Trends in T1D Research 

This event has been postponed until further notice. Please check back here for updates or contact us to let us know you’re interested in receiving information regarding this event.  


Event contact: 
Ellie Fletcher 
Phone: 647.789.2020 
Email: [email protected] 


This event is sponsored by:

 


Bag of Hope

Does your child have type 1 diabetes? You are not alone. 
A free bag that includes educational materials, activity books and Rufus, the Bear with Diabetes®. Order your Bag of Hope today!
For more information contact, please contact Erica, [email protected] .


Talk T1D

Looking for someone to talk to? You are not alone.
Talk T1D is one on one support to people who are impacted by type 1 diabetes from trained volunteers who have been there. Get connected today!


JDRF Ambassadors

JDRF Ambassadors are children, youth and adults who are motivated to tell their stories to others. We train and support over 200 ambassadors to attend speaking events across the country at schools, workplaces and fundraising events. By telling their stories, they help raise awareness about the realities of living with type 1 diabetes. For more information on how to become an ambassador, contact Erica [email protected]

 


 Become a JDRF Volunteer

A donation of your time is valuable to JDRF. JDRF relies on its dedicated volunteers to achieve its mission to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. 

If you’re interested in volunteering at an upcoming event or during office hours, please contact Danielle [email protected] to learn how you can get involved.

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Staff Directory


Shannon Carkner
Regional Director
[email protected] | 647-789-2042
 

Natasha Fieldman
Peer to Peer & Community Engagement Manager
[email protected]  |  647.789.2322

Dawn Collins
Event Experience and Fundraising Manager
[email protected] | 647.789.2455


Liz Bremner
Corporate Engagement Manager
[email protected] | 647-789-2043


Irena Kropman
Senior Peer to Peer & Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]  |  647.789.2033

Ellie Fletcher
Senior Peer to Peer & Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]  |  647.789.2020

Jennifer Jones (on mat leave)
Senior Peer to Peer & Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]  |  647.789.2020


Tavia Bradshaw
Peer to Peer & Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]  |  647.789.2034


Deanna Beran
Corporate Engagement Coordinator
[email protected] / 647-789-2458


Kayli Taylor
Fundraising Coordinator
[email protected] | 647-789-2035
 

Alyshia Collins
Event Logistics Coordinator
[email protected]  |  647.789.2327


Ivy Law
Administrative Assistant
[email protected] | 647-789-2037

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