The principle of equal opportunity or non-discrimination emphasizes that all people, including children, have access to quality education, health care, recreation, sport and resource distribution (e.g. food, shelter, clothing), and other areas irrespective of a person's age, race, sex, religion, ethnic origin, or any other individual or group characteristic. If we believe the principle is the correct one to live by in Canada we ought to be making greater strides to eliminate child poverty.
Sometimes people attempt to meet the needs of family members, employers, children, friends, or society in general before meeting their own needs, and working to please and care for others often interferes with one's self-care routine and can take a toll on a person's well-being.
It takes many people to move a cause forward because every individual performance rests on the combined support of every employee, volunteer and donor. Charities need choirs not rockstars.