The no-brainer equation for Taylor Conroy: A creative hand in business + A once in a lifetime opportunity = Building schools in third world countries. If achieving your dreams were an art, then the world is his canvas. Abundant with several successes at a young age, passion, and drive, Taylor aligned with a simple idea to “take $3.33 a day over 3months and 33 friends to do something significant; build a school in Kenya.” At the core, the schools educate life lessons on disease prevention and finances to improve opportunities. Together with people just like you, Taylor’s proven concept has developed 50 schools, effecting 50,000 children under a modest business model (without political or non-profit veils). There are jobs being created here too. Taylor’s vision included a team of professionals who desired to be part of the change and implementing side projects educating Victorian youngsters on finance so they too could fund a school for third world children using common business “cents.”
Human spirit , our resiliency, and mutual needs shine in story of hope
Resulting from numerous events in Canada which impacted her family, Monique Gray Smith grew up with the silent shame of internalized racism unable to
Spatial psychology defines living within your story
Ryan Macleod came from a long line of carpenters who worked on anything and by age fifteen he had used almost every power tool. By post-secondary school,
Sunrise brings a re-discovered love of music back to a shining star
Growing up Paul O’Brien was surrounded by Celtic sounds, he played a variety of instruments and at thirteen began playing guitar.
Fantasy and horror abound, local director’s playful genius taps into creative doll art
Thanks to her background as a theatre artist, director Kathleen Greenfield naturally fell into doll making as a process of unwinding.
Guys, cars and Rock and Roll. It’s a lifestyle and it’s best kept simple when real life steps in, so that’s exactly how The Stockers are keeping it real.They work hard and jam each week
One Tough Mudder takes it all the way to the World’s
In June 2012, Lindsay Van Gyn was pulled together by friends and family for an unforgettable Tough Mudderadventure in Whistler. She heard of the