Quiltmaking with AIM Oakville

How fun is this quilt? Our friends at AIM Oakville (@adultsinmotionoakville) each contributed their artistic abilities to create one many fabric squares that came together to make this piece 💛 The colours bring me so much joy!

Little libraries for children in need

#Repost from Safety Net 💚 Huge thank you to @aizastbf for the delivery of little personal libraries for one of our Tutoring Program families. The kids were so excited! Each box included age-appropriate books, school supplies, and a teddy bear! #oakvilledonate#caringOakville


“A child dies every 75 seconds in Yemen, where conflict and blockades limit the flow of food and other resources” The War on Childhood in Yemen | Think Global Health Now in its seventh year of conflict, Yemen remains the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. 🗣 According to @un_ocha:– Nearly 2.3 million children under age 5 in Yemen are projected to suffer from acute […]

Smile t-shirts

Say Hi 👋🏽 to our smile tees! I had so much fun creating these t-shirts with this community in mind ❤️ I wholeheartedly believe that each of you are making this world a better place! The best part? For every $25 donation, you can send a teddy wearing a matching tee to a child in need of some joy! 🧸 […]

Drinking water advisories

“There are young adults in Ontario, in Canada, in 2021, who have never known what it’s like to be able to drink from the tap…. Without clean drinking water, the economy can’t grow and families sink deeper into poverty.” ~ @solmamakwa There were 52 long-term drinking water advisories in effect in 33 #FirstNations communities as of April 9, at the time of the […]

Pacifique’s advocacy journey

In many parts of the world, disabilities are not well understood. Pacifique is eager to change that. At 15-years old, he is leading a movement that encourages children with and without disabilities to convene and discuss issues relevant to kids in Rwanda. His message to those who intentionally and unconsciously discriminate against individuals with disabilities is that they need to […]

Vita Centre Visit

So wonderful to visit Vita Centre today and catch-up with my friend (program manager) Susan! We are so excited to be working together to launch our little library program for under-resourced youth who utilize Vita’s services. The goal is to replenish their bookshelf with good reading material each month. I loved being able to include signed copies of books, thanks […]