The Dkids Foundation
Make tomorrow better, today
The Dkids Foundation was established to help improve quality of life for people living with type 1 diabetes
contact@dkids.org
Purpose

To carry out research, seek results and provide education in relation to the control and management of T1D

Mission

To improve quality of life for people living with type 1 diabetes

Goal

Fund relevant, beneficial research studies and education programs related to improving quality of life for people living with T1D

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dKIDS In Motion
01.Research

With your help, we aim to support a network of research focused on improving our current understanding of life with T1D

02.Studies

“Wearables” Study by Dr. Michael Riddell, PhD
Dr. Michael C. Riddell Laboratory at York University, York, Ontario

The Dkids Foundation’s primary support target is to fund a specialized research study by Dr. Michael Riddell, PhD, via his laboratory at York University, on the effects of exercise on people living with type 1 diabetes (T1D).

03.Proposals

The Dkids Foundation is currently tendering additional research study proposal

04.Activities

Skate for T1D

A family focused community event driven by the love of Canada's favorite pastime in support of Dkids and a selected charitable partner

The Dsports Conference

A powerful community event/education conference where professional sports leagues, athletes, medical companies, communities and education institutions gather to share their insights into the world of sports and diabetes

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When the day comes and a cure for diabetes is found, the focus will turn to each and every day lived with diabetes and the repercussions that can have on the body. In preparation for that day, it is up to us to make sure that we make tomorrow better, today.

On behalf of The Dkids Foundation, thank you for supporting our goal of improving quality of life for
people living with type 1 diabetes.

Life without diabetes is the ultimate goal

for too long there has not been enough emphasis on learning how we can live a better daily life with diabetes.