A concert series in Toronto called Jake’s Jam is building connections in the city virtually through music.
Ellen Schwartz of Project Give Back tells us how their programs promote philanthropy and encourage students to do the teaching.
Village Living Magazine Project Give Back graduates stay involved with their causes.
A tour through Baycrest makes project meaningful.
James is eager to help build homes for people who don’t have them.
Marcel shares his personal experience with MacKenzie Health Foundation.
Lacey outlines the valuable work that Forever Chai does helping neglected children.
Leah teaches her class how Toronto Rehab helped her grandfather.
Project Give Back alumni stay connected to their cause.
Project Give Back student featured on CityNews.
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Village Living Magazine Jacob’s Ladder co-founder, Ellen Schwartz, explains why and how her newest project is inspiring young students across the city to make positive
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