AlkaSense International Inc. is so very proud to support The Ladybug Foundation Inc.
About 10 years ago, 5 year old Hannah had witnessed a man eat from a garbage dumpster. Her spirit was troubled and after many weeks of not accepting the reasons she heard as to why any person would have to eat out of a dumpster, Hannah's mom simply said to her "sometimes when you worry and feel sad about things, if you do something to change the problem, your heart won't feel so sad." The next day, Hannah began to enlist her teacher's help, and the rest as they say is history.
Since 2004, Hannah has advocated for people who are homeless. She has spoken to groups as small as 2 and as large as 16,000. From former Prime Minister Paul Martin to now Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Hannah has engaged in conversations with politicians, CEO's and Presidents of major corporations, famous musicians and actors, visited hundreds of schools from Newfoundland to BC, Singapore and Sweden in hopes that people will listen and choose to help The Ladybug Foundation make a difference for people who are homeless.
Contributions and sponsorship from corporations, school, unions, associations and other organizations are critical to elevating the lives and dignity of people who are homeless in Canada.
Throughout the year, individuals, groups and businesses can purchase Hannah's red ladybug fleece scarf. These distinctive, made-in-Canada scarves bear "The Ladybug Foundation Inc." logo and a message from Hannah to raise awareness. Please visit:
On January 31st 2011, the first ever national Walk a Mile in Their Shoes happened in cities, towns and schools across Canada and in Singapore! Please join us each year on January 31st and walk a mile, wearing your scarf and raising pledges to show your support for the people that The Ladybug Foundation supports.
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