Win it in an online minute

How often do you get the chance to see your managers battle head to head in hilarious 60 second challenges.....rarely. Maybe even NEVER! With huge charitable spirit, they are now giving you the chance to do just that whilst raising money for JDRF with our Win it in a Minute challenge.

Challengers have been busy training for the past couple of weeks, refining their target shooting, bottle tossing and facial muscle moving skills. Let's not let their efforts go to waste and show them appreciation and support by donating and voting.

At 3pm MST on September 23rd, you will have the opportunity to see 10 of the challengers go to battle. It's up to you who those ten challengers are.  Please visit the link below to see who has entered.

Your Challengers >>>

Every vote and donation will count. To play, click the link below:

Your Vote >>>>>

POLLS CLOSE: Monday 20th September 2021


JDRF was founded by parents of children living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in 1974. Their vision for their children was a world without T1D (www.jdrf.ca).

Today, JDRF's research mission is to discover, develop, and deliver advances that cure, better treat, and prevent T1D. As the global leader in the fight against T1D, funding more than $1.9 billion (U.S.) in T1D research since its inception, JDRF's research programs are comprehensive – addressing the hopes and dreams of every person with T1D for the best quality of life and a cure for this disease.

JDRF has a bold plan for the future of T1D research, especially in Canada. As better treatments unfold and the prospect of curing this disease rests on the horizon, JDRF remains ever-committed to directing more resources to launch and sustain innovative research and clinical trials from coast-to-coast, while continuing to support the T1D community by advocating for access to life-saving technologies through the Access for All program and connecting T1D families through programs like Bag of Hope, TalkT1D Peer Support and the Let’s Talk T1D Education Series.

JDRF strives to help people at all ages and all stages of the disease to live better, longer, healthier lives. These people are the reason JDRF exists, and remain at the forefront of everything we do. To learn more, visit www.jdrf.ca