Lace Up for Diabetes with Mark Woolley

On September 27th, join Mark Woolley, Diabetes Canada, and thousands of Canadians in raising awareness and funds with Lace Up for Diabetes! The virtual event encourages participants to complete a virtual 10K – anyway you want! Walk, run, bike, roll, dance… do it your way. Participants are welcome to move through the kilometres in twoContinue reading “Lace Up for Diabetes with Mark Woolley”

Mark Woolley receives Owen Sound Attack’s Red Leckie Award

Owen Sound Attack / AttackHockey.com Mark Woolley is this year’s winner of the Red Leckie Award for the Largest Contribution to the Community & Organization. Woolley began the year by launching his ‘Woolley’s Warrior’s’ foundation, a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and support for children living with Type-1 Diabetes. Began with a modest goal ofContinue reading “Mark Woolley receives Owen Sound Attack’s Red Leckie Award”

Woolley’s Warriors A Big Hit For Attack D-Man

Owen Sound Attack / AttackHockey.com Mark Woolley never envisioned what was to come when he launched Woolley’s Warriors last August. If you had told him he’d be sorting and labelling hoodies, making runs to the bank, and figuring out the best methods of distribution, he might be wondering how he’d fit it all in withContinue reading “Woolley’s Warriors A Big Hit For Attack D-Man”

Woolley’s Warriors donates $35,000 to Diabetes Canada

On Saturday, February 22, prior to the Owen Sound Attack facing off against the Erie Otters, Mark Woolley proudly presented Diabetes Canada with a $35,000 cheque, raised through his efforts in just six months with Woolley’s Warriors (WW28). The donation will help send kids to Diabetes Canada D-Camps this summer. Launched in August 2019, WW28Continue reading “Woolley’s Warriors donates $35,000 to Diabetes Canada”

Woolley’s Warriors Quick Facts

New to Woolley’s Warriors? Woolley’s Warriors was launched in August 2019. The initiative hopes to conquer diabetes with support and awareness for young athletes living every day with Type 1, with the goal of sending kids to Diabetes Canada D-Camps and to ultimately connect those living with diabetes. The blue circle found in the WW28Continue reading “Woolley’s Warriors Quick Facts”