Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation [JDRF]
On Friday, April 27th Floors by Design put on a Bunco Fundraiser for Juvenile Diabetes (JDRF) hosted by Jameson’s on Grant! We invited you to enjoy a fun night of socializing with friends. This event was open to all Floors by Design friends and family, with the freedom to extend the invitation to other friends and family. There will be 50/50 tickets and raffle baskets - All proceeds were donated to JDRF. We were excited to be supporting a wonderful organization!
For more than 40 years, JDRF has been a leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes (T1D), through both research funding and advocacy. JDRF’s research is committed to improving the lives of every person with T1D and to curing this disease. JDRF's research goals are realized by the projects being supported in three basic areas: Cure, Treat, Prevent.
• Cure therapies (Restoring a person’s insulin-producing capability and halting or reversing the body’s misguided immune attack on the pancreas);
• Treatment therapies (Developing new devices and therapies that transform the way people with T1D treat the disease today in order to help them live healthier lives now and in the future); and,
• Preventive therapy research (Keeping future generations from getting T1D or stopping the disease process before it damages the pancreas).
We have exciting news and wanted to share it with you because without you we couldn’t have made this happen.
Together we raised over $1,300.00 to help find a cure for T1D.
On behalf of individuals and their families living with T1D, Thank you for support! Together, we will turn type one into type none. Please pass this exciting news onto friends and family who were also able to attend.
For those of you who were unable to make it, we’re sorry you missed it and hope you can join us in the future. We look forward to the Floors by Design social committee’s next event.
Thanks again for taking the time to support us and others!
CC RezQs Regina
Canadian Mental Health Association
"CMHA branches across Canada provide a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families. These services are tailored to the needs and resources of the communities where they are based. One of the core goals of these services is to help people with mental illness develop the personal tools to lead meaningful and productive lives."
Services are designed to help people:
- improve their mental health
- integrate into the community
- become more resilient
- be supported in their recovery from mental illness.
Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
"Athol Murray College of Notre Dame is a private, independent Catholic high-school committed to developing young men and women to become purposeful leaders with virtuous character and a global mind-set. They provide students an exceptional educational and boarding experience with a balance of strong academic, athletic, and spiritual growth in a safe and caring Prairie community."
Capital Cosmopolitan-Daytona Homes Charity Golf Classic – August 29, 2016
The Casey Foundation in support of Autism assists children with their unique needs. Agencies that offer services and treatments for autism are limited in their availability and unaffordable to many families. By assisting with the costs involved in accessing available services, their hope is that no child need be prevented from developing to their fullest potential.
FAv Gala for Fanconi Anemia - Platinum Sponsor – May 13, 2016
Fanconi Anemia (FA) is a genetic disorder that leads to progressive, severe bone marrow failure. The effects of the disease are devastating, leaving patients weak, prone to severe bleeding due to insufficient blood clotting and susceptible to infection. Though considered primarily a blood disease, it may affect all systems of the body. Many children do not survive to adulthood.
FA patients are extremely likely to develop a variety of cancers and at a much earlier age than patients in the general population. Patients who have had a successful bone marrow transplant and are therefore cured of the blood problem associated with FA still must have regular examinations to watch for signs of cancer. If you are between 17-34, consider signing up for One Match to help save a life.
The Ladyballs Show & Tell – Arrival Carpet – May 10, 2016
To ensure all gala guests got the star treatment, we donated a teal colored arrival carpet (the color of ovarian cancer awareness).
Every year, 2800 women in Canada are diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer. Ovarian Cancer Canada provides leadership by supporting women living with the disease and their families, raising awareness among the general public and health care professionals, and funding research to develop early detection techniques, improved treatments and ultimately a cure.
Regina Humane Society
For many years, we’ve been donating our small carpet remnants and old sample carpets to the Regina Humane Society so that the cats and dogs have a comfortable place to rest until they are adopted.