“The last memory he had of a bike is of the one that transported him to a hospital when his leg was blown off at the age of ten.”
Former scholarship winner pays it forward to other youth in care.
More than just participating in a high school club, students at St. Mary’s Academy blaze new trails with Youth in Philanthropy.
A Concert for Carter honours a memory while raising $9,000 for CancerCare Manitoba.
Youth in Philanthropy shows that young people today want to get involved and to make positive change in our community.
People donated all sorts of things and helped themselves to what others were giving away, as organizer hopes to make it a regular event.
Imagine if you could save the lives of three people in just one hour.
Everything is free at the first ever Stuff Swap, where organizers encourage people to make sustainable lifestyle choices that are not difficult or intimidating.
They’re the little boxes resembling birdhouses in people’s front yards. They’re full of books for all to borrow, or pay it forward and leave some of your own books for someone else to read.
You’ll go home with great art and a smile on your face, knowing folks living with HIV can continue to thrive in their loving transitional residence.