One Girl Can hosts the third annual #Iwant2be fundraiser

As a mother to three girls, I strive to teach them gratitude. We are so fortunate and privileged to live in a country where education is free! For this reason, the only way I could teach my daughters not to take their education for granted was to give them some global awareness to the best […]

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Give one year of clean water to a person in Kenya with BRITA

Sometimes thinking about how we can make a big difference in places in the world like Kenya can seem nearly impossible. The thing is, the small everyday things we do and choices we make can have just as much of a positive impact. The past few years my girls and I have tried to do […]

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Give a girl a positive mentor this Giving Tuesday!

The spirit of giving, that’s what the holiday season is all about. This Giving Tuesday, why not give a girl a positive Big Sister mentor? It’s proven. The impacts of mentoring last a lifetime. From improvements in school performance and higher career achievements to stronger relationships and increased self-esteem, mentoring changes lives. Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland is committed to […]

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Make a date to make a difference with One Girl Can

  Education. It’s something I took for granted for a large part of my adolescence. Skipping class, and receiving low grades was something I felt proud of. The more classes I missed, the cooler I felt. Being a “cool kid” in my insecure, ignorant perspective, meant proving to the rest that being educated wasn’t important. […]

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Flowmotion Entertainment partners up with Backpack Buddies to help feed hungry children all year-long.

Ryan Yada and Dario Pavan, Co-pilots of Flowmotion Entertainment make super fun mobile games that help feed hungry children. The company started 2 years ago here in Vancouver B.C . Since its conception they have produced over 500 games, and attracted over 5 million downloads on the Apple App store and Google Play store. Currently their top […]

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We Day

On October 22nd, I had the absolute privilege of attending We Day Vancouver, at Rogers Arena, among 20,000 students and educators from more than 700 schools. We Day is a movement of young people who are leading local and global change, and it is considered one of the greatest movements of our time. We Day is […]

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