On my son Nic’s 3rd birthday I decided to give him a gift that would last him his lifetime. It wasn’t a big yellow truck, or Star Wars lego set it was the gift of giving.
We made a commitment to give back to the world every day for 365 days.
We were going to change our world – … READ MORE
We often talk about the ripple effect of giving with students participating in The 365give Challenge. We explain how something as simple as a smile to a stranger can make a positive impact on their day. In turn it may just inspire them to smile at another stranger causing a ripple effect of happiness that has the ability to travel … READ MORE
Do we really need to educate our children on how to do social good? Isn’t it more important they learn the basics like reading, math and science? The research has been clear. Teaching your children to give will have lasting benefits including:… READ MORE
It’s week two of The 365give Challenge. Once again the students participating in the pilot amazed everyone with their unique and creative ways to give every day. Bethany Lam Buckle is the teacher of the grade 5 class at Ecole Pauline Johnson that inspired her students to give this week. She came up with create ways to integrate the daily … READ MORE
The 365give Challenge launched in two public schools in West Vancouver this past week. We couldn’t wait to see how the students would chose to give every day, what their impact on the world would be and what they learned along the way. The results were astounding. Sarah Fee, teacher of grade 6 students at Ecole Pauline Johnson was the … READ MORE
There are lists and lists of things to get “Mom” for Mother’s Day but this story is truly the #1 greatest gift any Mom could ask for – her life. This is the story of a Mother’s life that was saved by love, hard work, hope and one big miracle. A few months ago I shared a story of a … READ MORE
Could you climb Mount Kilimanjaro? Would you sacrifice you time, your energy and your money to climb for good?
This story features a good friend, Kay Walten. She is on her way to Africa next week to help change the world one very steep step at a time. Please consider supporting Kay on her plight to help women … READ MORE