Month: December 2016

Falling behind? Childhood well-being in Canada | Angus Reid Institute

“Angus Reid Institute – in partnership with Children First Canada – reveals both older and younger generations of Canadians are calling for more assistance for youth mental health, greater action to prevent bullying, and more funding for families in poverty… and a desire for more engagement on their behalf with policymakers is evident… significant debates remain over where the money should come from, and who should oversee its distribution…”

Donate Cash Carefully This Holiday

Admittedly, I have in the past dropped cash in kettles, coin boxes and the hands of canvassers throughout December without question of how the donation will be handled or what level of direct impact will made upon the social cause.

One Reason To Support HIV And AIDS Organizations

“Adolescents are particularly vulnerable to certain health issues. The top three causes of death among adolescents are road traffic injuries, AIDS-related illnesses and suicide.” – WHO and UNAIDS, October 6, 2015