Category: Addicts and Angels

‘Tis the season when Children should Believe

They say that Christmas is for kids, but since I’m a childless adult (sorry mum) I don’t know one way or the other, but what I do know is that every child the world over deserves to grow up with…

Rebuilding the world, One Lego Block at a time

When I was a kid, my favourite thing to play with was Lego. Whether I stayed with the directions, or tore everything apart and built something all my own, it was always endless fun for me. At 37, I must…

Rest in Pride: The tragic yet hopeful story of Sarah Hegazi

For the past 2 weeks, every day I have cried for Sarah Hegazi. *photo from https://en.qantara.de/content/obituary-egyptian-lgbtq-activist-sarah-hegazy-how-can-i-survive-in-a-society-based-on-hate Sarah Hegazi was an Egyptian activist who rose to prominence for the viral photo at the top of this page. Sarah was at a…

A Greener World is Helping Farmers feed Families through COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis continues with no discernible end date.  With the resulting surge in unemployment, school nutrition program closures and increased dependence on support networks, demand for food assistance has skyrocketed. *photo from Pigeon River Farm At the same time,…

This New Yogurt Saves Lives

We’ve been big supporters of (RED) for a while now. For those of you that don’t know, (RED) is a licensed brand that looks to engage the private sector in raising awareness and funds to help eliminate HIV/AIDS in eight African countries….

Second Harvest scores with Toronto Taste

This past weekend I had the honour of joining in with some of Toronto greatest food lovers, creators and Connoisseur’s to enjoy an evening in support of Second Harvest known as Toronto Taste. For those of you that don’t know,…

Do you know about FoodShare?

Do you know about FoodShare? If you do then please continue with your day. If not, well then keep on reading! FoodShare is an amazing community program I’ve had my eye on for a while and now. I’ve taken some…