TSA in the Community

Juvenile Diabetes

TSA is pleased to support JDRF Canada in its vital role as a global leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes (T1D), through both research funding and advocacy.


Traffic Injury Research Foundation

TSA President Ian Anderson is Chair of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation. TIRF is Canada’s road safety research institute. It is a world leader in research, program and policy development, evaluation, and knowledge transfer focusing on behaviours that result in driver error and account for 80% of road crashes. TIRF develops and shares the knowledge that helps prevent injuries and save lives, reducing road-related social, health and insurance costs. More information on TIRF’s important work can be found at www.tirf.ca.


The ALS Society of Canada

TSA Senior Vice President Don Moors provides pro-bono advocacy in Ottawa for the ALS Society of Canada, helping the fight for a cure to the devastating neuro-muscular disorder commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. In 2009, the ALS Society recognized Don’s tremendous contributions with the Brett Yerex Exceptional Advocacy Award. The ALS Society of Canada is the national voluntary organization dedicated to the fight against ALS and support for those living with ALS. More information can be found online at www.als.ca.


Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada

TSA’s Don Moors and Duncan Rayner provide volunteer advocacy for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada. BBBSC is Canada’s leading child and youth serving organization, providing one-on-one mentoring programs across the country. You can learn more about how Big Brothers and Big Sisters and its volunteers provide outstanding support to children and youth in more than 1,000 Canadian communities through 140 local agencies by going to www.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca.