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Read through stories from youth and student contributors who are taking action, going places, and making an impact for vulnerable children.

Reflections on Rwanda

My trip as a World Vision Youth Ambassador to Rwanda five years ago has left a lasting impression on me, and has helped shape the course of my life. This experience exposed me to some of the gravest injustices of our world – poverty, crimes against humanity, and genocide. Through building relationships with our beautiful Read full post

Meeting Malala

On April 12, 2017, I had the opportunity to meet Malala Yousafzai at the Parliament in Ottawa, along with eight other young talented women from Quebec and Ontario. We were invited to see Malala receive her Canadian honorary citizenship, which only five other people have received before her. It was an incredible honour and privilege Read full post


I have always had a deep passion to make a difference in someone’s life in whichever way I can. When the opportunity to volunteer at an art event spear headed by World Vision, I didn’t hesitate to seize the opportunity. The “Art for Impact” event that was held at OCAD University amazed me, not only Read full post


The 30-hour famine is a fundraiser focused on raising funds and awareness to end hunger. During the famine, participants fast and participate in different activities. Every year thousands of youth and students in Canada come together to advocate and raise funds for hungry children and families. The 30-hour famine started back in 1971. A 17-year-old Read full post


With more conscious food-lovers on the rise, we wanted to provide a hand-picked list of ethical, locally sourced restaurants in Toronto and the rest of Canada for you to try out. Here’s our picks listed from priciest to least pricey: RUBY WATCHCO –rubywatchco.ca 730 QUEEN ST EAST, TORONTO, ON 4/5 $$$$ Canadian cuisine. Ruby Watchco Read full post

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