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Posted April 14, 2011


Creating Social Change - 33rd Annual Justice Dinner

Waterloo – On Wednesday, May 25, 2011, the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council presents the 33rd Annual Justice Dinner featuring keynote speaker Hannah Taylor, founder of The Ladybug Foundation and Canada’s youngest advocate for the homeless.

At the age of 8, Hannah Taylor founded The Ladybug Foundation, a non-profit registered charitable foundation to raise awareness of homelessness, and assist organizations that provide food, shelter, and other needs to the homeless. To date, the foundation has raised over $2 million and supported over 45 shelters and food banks across Canada. Now 15, Hannah continues to believe that “caring can and will change our world for the better” and she exemplifies the possibilities of one person’s actions to create significant social change.

5:30 pm – 9:00 pm, Bingemans, Kitchener

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