Northern California

Local Office
Northern California

Of the more than 37 million Americans living with diabetes, more than 3 million are in California. That's 10% of the Golden State's adult population.

The American Diabetes Association's (ADA) San Francisco Bay Area office is committed to educating all Californians about ways they can live healthier lives and support friends and loved ones living with diabetes.

Join us at one of our many events or programs throughout the year to learn about diabetes prevention and management and ways you can help stop diabetes.

The Northern California office serves the Bay Area, Sacramento, Central Valley, and beyond.

California (Northern)
P.O. Box 7023
Merrifield, Virginia 22116-7023

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Tour de Cure®: Northern California

Join the ADA’s largest community fundraiser in the country, where people have traveled from over 25 countries to help us raise $1.4 million in 2022. Tour de Cure® is more than a day, it's a movement!
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Project Power

The ADA's Project Power is a virtual program for youth and adults to participate in age-appropriate physical activity and nutrition education so they're able to make healthy lifestyle choices. Programs are free for users and include a kit of materials to participate. Let us know if you are interested in bringing this to your community or sponsoring!
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Northern California Community Leadership Board

Our Community Leadership Board is integral to our success. These corporate leaders help us raise crucial funds to fulfill our mission and serve as ambassadors in the communities we serve.

Contact Us

Alan Kissick, Executive Director

C.J. Duxbury, Director of Development

Tom Hall, Director

Leah Reeves, Donor Manager

Volunteer with us.

Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.