A thin yellow band, two small diamonds and an elegant pearl; it’s not the stones, or gold that’s special, but the letters behind the ring.
After exercise helped him cope with anxiety, a local gym owner becomes sensitive to mental health struggles and passionate about advocating for healthier lifestyles.
Although success stories are rare, I always found the time to sit down with offenders and engage them in conversations designed to help them make a change.
Joined by students and teachers from Mulvey School, members of Balmoral Hall School’s community walked five kilometres in support of Girls for the Cure.
Inspiring and empowering students to help alleviate poverty and encourage education in the Third World is the focus of We Day 2014.
An interactive play featuring youth who are actually in the child welfare system seeks to find solutions to the challenges they face every day,
Susan Lewis and Muuxi Adam speak about the tremendous humanitarian work they do and the impact it has on our community.
Some sage advice from an 88-year-old woman reveals that the only limit may be that there are no limits. The important thing is, you decide.
When Faye Hall heard about the work of one non-profit organization in Africa, she was determined to reach out and help, by using the gifts of her tremendous artistic talent.
What do an adult comedian and a 16-year-old scarf making queen have in common? Plenty!