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- Free The Children is an international charity and educational partner, working both domestically and internationally to empower and enable youth to be agents of change.
“Carole can fix it” is a new half hour reality makeover show. Carole, obviously is the star of the show. The cameras are going to be following her around in her everyday life. Whats interesting about this makeover show is that Carole just randomly picks people off of the streets unexpectidly. She then tells them her opinion, and asks them if she can help change there style. Carole then takes them to her home to start fixing their hair and makeup. After all that is done, she takes them to a store to start shopping. That is the best part. Carole is also a shopaholic so this is her way of using her shopping addiction to help other people. Carole feels she is just helping the world, one person at a time.
I feel that my t.v. show would really benefit from goody (http://www.goody.com) and stylexchange (http://www.stylexchange.com) and they could also have equal opportunities to benefit from me. While doing hair, I could be using all goody products and promoting them. And while shopping I could only shop at stylexchange to promote their shop, and clothing. It would be great publicity for both brands.
What is “Free The Children” ?
Free The Children is the world’s largest network of children helping children, through education. There are more than one million youth involved in the innovative education and development programs in 45 countries. Free The Children was founded in 1995 by Craig Kielburger, an international child rights activist.
Where did it all begin?
Free The Children began with a young grade 7, named Craig Kielburger. One morning while looking through the paper for the comics he came across a headline that read “Battled Child Labor, Boy, 12, Murdered”. A Pakistani boy, had escaped child slavery at age nine and, was speaking up for child rights when he was murdered at age 12. Craig seen this and took it to his classroom that day and asked if anyone would help him speak up for child rights for this young boy. Eleven hands shot up, and Free The Children was born.
As one of our duties for the Miss Teen Canada-World Pageant, each delegate is suppose to raise $400 or more. I have raised atleast $500 so far. I’ve been regularly fundraising at my community bingo hall, selling 50/50 tickets and scratchboards. I’ve also sold tickets for a hockey pool board for the stanley cup. My family has helped me fundraise alot for the charity.
There are many partners that help Free The Children, the one that caught my eye was B. B. is a brand of toys. They believe that all children of the world deserve a chance at childhood. One toy bought here helps a child across the world, it sounds as if they were made to be partners with Free The Children. The charity recieves 10¢ from every B. toy purchased.
My home town is Six Nations, Ontario. It is located alongside of the Grand River. Six iroquois nations make up the Six Nations reserve. The six nations are; Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Tuscarora, Oneida and Seneca. Six Nations is the largest reserve in Canada, with approximately 22,000 registered band members.
My community hosts various events over the year such as; Bread and cheese which is a thank you celebration from the queen of England for the aboriginals that fought in the war for her. At this celebration we have a parade that leads into our arena where each and every person receives one piece of bread and one piece of cheese. At this time, we also have a fair to help celebrate this special day. Bread and cheese is held on Victoria day. (The picture above is me, Miss Teen Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, and our own Miss Teen Six Nations holding bread and cheese)
Another big event is Community Awareness week. This is a week long event that consists of organizations promoting their services by enabling the community to participate in free bbq’s, draws, games, tours and many other events.
Six Nations is also the hometown to many prestigious individuals such as; Stan Jonathan (retired NHL Boston Bruins player), Pauline Johnson (poetist), Tom Longboat (long-distant runner), Tia Smith (former Miss Indian World), Dakota Brant (former Miss Indian World), that is just to name a few.
(above, is a picture of Stan Jonathan and I with his Boston Bruins jersey)
In closing I am very proud to be apart of my community. They say “It takes a community to raise a child” and the support I’ve recieved is an indication that my community has helped raise me.
Hello, I’m Carole General from Six Nations, Ontario and I’m really interested in baseball, lacrosse, bowling, golfing, making new friends, and taking silly pictures
Here’s a picture of me doing what I do best…
taking a silly photo with Scooby and Shaggy at Disney land in Florida! I was on a regular family vacation and these two crazy characters, from one of my favorite childhood cartoons , came up from behind me and were pulling on my pig tails
I am in the process of graduating from Assumption College high school this year. Throughout my high school journey I’ve been apart of….
O.S.A.I.D ( Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving) , the lacrosse team, and the ACS cheerleading team
I am also very excited for the upcoming Miss Teen Canada -World 2011 pageant
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