So… What’s Your Story?

What kind of awesome things have you been doing for fundraising and advocacy events?
We want to know!

This is your area to share your stories, ideas, blogs, videos and more. Keep our team and the whole youth community updated and encouraged by the greatness you’ve been doing.

DEVELOPING THE WORLD’S YOUTH

In light of International Development Week in Canada, I attended Humber College’s celebration based on the eighth Sustainable Development Goal: Decent Work and Economic Growth. They developed their programing throughout the week to explore the theme of ‘Developing the Worlds Youth: Innovations in Entrepreneurship and Employment’. In the opening ceremony I enjoyed cultural songs and Read full post

APPRECIATING THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE

A quote by Jimi Hendrix resonates my mind “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” These words I find so strong because thousands of people, most especially children are affected by the aftermath of this – living in countries where there are power struggles and compromise is Read full post

THE BEST WAY TO TRAVEL AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Two summers ago, I found myself in a tiny, run down, outdoor school in the middle of an impoverished community just outside of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I went to teach English because although many people assume volunteering abroad is actually a disservice by taking jobs away from the people or not being knowledgeable about the Read full post

MY FIRST EXPERIENCE HOSTING A MEANINGFUL MEAL IN MONTREAL

Last night on World Food Day (October 16, 2016), I had the absolute pleasure of hosting my first meaningful meal with other like-minded individuals, who strongly believe that a better world is possible. For the past couple of weeks, I have been in contact with several students from different high schools, colleges and universities around Read full post

CREATING A GENERATION OF GLOBAL CITIZENS

What if everyone was valued as equal and we worked together to solve the world’s greatest challenges? It’s this concept of global citizenship that drives Hugh Evans, the 33-year-old Australian who founded Global Citizen in 2012, to rally our generation to end poverty by 2030. We are thrilled to announce that Hugh will be joining Read full post

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