If you've noticed any signs and symptoms of diabetes, visit your doctor and get checked now.
Find diabetes-friendly recipes for every meal.
Look for special events, expos, programs and services close to home or a mouse-click away.
We invest in world-class diabetes research to find a cure and help people live healthy lives.
Clothesline accepts gently used clothing, electronics and small household items.
View and download the 2015 accessible and interactive report.
Learn more about our evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes.
We rely on people like you and our network of donors, fundraisers, volunteers and corporate partners.
Learn about the easy ways to donate and help make a difference for Canadians living with diabetes.
We offer a variety of opportunities for businesses to show their support and help make a difference.
We now have an online giving option to make it even easier for those who wish to support our work in Alberta!
Explore the fun and easy ways you can help support diabetes programs, services, education, advocacy and research.
Donate your gently used clothing, books, toys, electronics, vehicle and more through Clothesline.
Get active with Team Diabetes and run, walk or hike in exciting international and Canadian events.
We happily accept donations of unsold/unwanted goods, excess new inventory, and estate items such as jewelry, unused time shares, art, paintings, and vehicles.
Donate to support the Diabetes Charter for Canada and a vision where all people with diabetes live to their full potential.
Support a community event or a Team Diabetes participant.
There are many ways you can help create a future without diabetes.
We couldn’t do what we do without the support of our volunteers. Find a volunteer opportunity and join us today!
The Canadian Diabetes Association and our advocates are speaking out!
The Canadian Diabetes Association created the Banting Circle as a way to recognize loyal and generous donors.
Donate your car to be environmentally recycled and to help people living with diabetes