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Canada urgently needs a diabetes strategy

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Help us keep up the momentum and support for a nation-wide diabetes strategy. Make diabetes a federal election issue in the upcoming campaign.

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Give new life to your old clothes

Donate. Recycle. Reuse.

Donate clothing and household items to help fund diabetes research, send kids to camp and divert from landfill. We provide free home pick up. 

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Pick the stage of your journey

No matter where you are along the way, you will find information, resources and tools to help you better understand and manage your diagnosis so you can live well with diabetes.

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We have events all over Canada that you can come be a part of whether by attending or volunteering.

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How we help

Diabetes Canada is the nation's most trusted provider of diabetes education, research, resources, and services. Since 1953, we've helped millions of Canadians affected by diabetes understand it, manage it, and combat complications.

$5.1M used to fund research

1900+ children sent to camp

24K support service calls answered

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Stories that inspire

“The biggest thing for Peyton was seeing 100 kids exactly like her [at camp]. The social aspect is huge, and when I picked her up, she didn’t want to leave.”

— Greg Toles, father of Peyton, who lives with type 1 diabetes

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