As we approach the end of the year, the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation & Lyme Education, Awareness, & Prevention (LEAP) Team would like to wish you all an enjoyable and safe holiday season and give thanks for helping create the kind of impact that changes the world.
Our mission is dedicated to promoting research, education, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and associated diseases and because of you, we have been able to help the lives of thousands of people!
Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation collective impact 2022
- Launched our fourth season of the Looking at Lyme podcast with episodes exploring new avenues, mental wellness, resources and opportunities for Lyme learning and healing
- Awarded education grants for Canadian healthcare practitioners who deepened their understanding of tick-borne illnesses by attending the 23rd Annual ILADS Scientific Conference
- Funded Canadian research initiatives on ticks and tick-borne illnesses
- Continued support for educators, students and their families with the Educators’ Resource (Second Edition) sharing knowledge about ticks and Lyme disease so they can safely explore in the outdoor classroom
Be sure to check out the recap Looking at Lyme: Our year in review.
Our success over the last year has come from people like you. We are grateful for you and your support of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation. Thank you for walking this powerful journey with us.
We wholeheartedly thank you — on behalf of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation, CanLyme Board of Directors, Lyme Education, Awareness, & Prevention (LEAP) Team and our entire community. We are excited for 2023 and can’t wait to see how much more we can do together!
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