The Alberta Diabetes Foundation funds innovative research for the prevention and treatment of all forms of diabetes.
When our twelve-year-old son Connor hit his head while playing football, we thought he had a concussion. He was sluggish. He had headaches. But he was also getting up during the night to go to the bathroom.
To celebrate the 25 year anniversary of the first islet cell transplant performed by Dr. Ray Rajotte and his team, the Alberta Diabetes Foundation announced an Anniversary Fund to commemorate the foundation’s initial investment in clinical trials for islet transplantation.
Your donation will help us fund life changing research that improves lives.
Waiward Steel takes pride in supporting medical research and healthcare initiatives which address the well-being of children, seniors, and those in need.
The owners and partners, Ted Degner and Don Oborowsky, have been involved with numerous community initiatives, but their primary cause is the Alberta Diabetes Foundation, which they have spearheaded since its initiation.
This gala event is a fun and elegant evening, featuring a delicious supper, a silent auction with a large variety of items and an exciting live auction. But this event is not just about raising money, it’s also about showing attendees and supporters how their contributions are making a difference.
We are very excited to announce this years 11th annual Jeans & Jersey event will be held April 24th at Schanks Sports Grill in Edmonton!
Jules and Sharon host a golf tournament every year to raise money for diabetes research, where 100% of what we raise is donated to the Alberta Diabetes Foundation. This year our golf tournament is going to be held at Cardiff Golf Resort on June 20, 2015.
If you enjoy classic cars, music and a fun time then Rock’n August is definitely for you! Cruise on over to this 5-day event that includes a Classic Car Roadeo, Drive-in Movie, Car Cruise and Street Dance, and the ever-popular Show & Shines. Over 500 vintage vehicles will get your thinking back to the good old days.