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For general diabetes information and support, we welcome your phone calls and emails. If you are living with or are affected by diabetes, we are here to help you.
- Telephone: 1-800-226-8464
- Email: email@example.com
We are always happy to hear from our loyal supporters. To update your communication preferences with Diabetes Canada (including opting out of phone, mail or email communications) or request a missing tax receipt, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-226-8464. Our donor services representatives will be pleased to assist you.
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The regional offices of Diabetes Canada play an important role in communities all across Canada. Each office provides diabetes programs and services, hosts events and offers a variety of fundraising and volunteer opportunities for the people in their community living with diabetes or prediabetes.
Under the stewardship of Diabetes Canada, Banting House National Historic Site of Canada creates public awareness and understanding of the national historic significance of Sir Frederick Banting. For the benefit of the people of Canada, BHNSC also preserves the commemorative integrity of Banting House, the birthplace of insulin.
Diabetes Canada is committed to the highest ethical standards. It does this by conducting our business with integrity and by complying with all applicable laws and regulations. In line with this commitment, Diabetes Canada provides an avenue for its employees, volunteers, and other stakeholders to raise any concerns they may have about the subjects covered by a whistleblower policy, and to be assured that in making complaints they will be protected from reprisal or victimization for raising their concerns in good faith.
To this end, Diabetes Canada encourages employees and other stakeholders, like volunteers, to raise serious legal, financial, ethical, health and safety and other concerns they might have about Diabetes Canada. A Complainant may submit their serious concern in writing to either the Chair of the Audit, Investment & Risk Committee or to the President & CEO by completing the reportable activity form. A Complainant may remain anonymous at their choosing, and all information will be kept confidential. Upon receiving written notice of a reportable activity, it will be reviewed, and the recipient will action it in a timely manner. Complainants are accountable to act in good faith when communicating any reportable activity, and there are no repercussions in any way for reporting any concerns.
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