We Day is an educational event and the movement of our time—a movement of young people leading local and global change. We Day is tied to the yearlong We Act program, which offers curricular resources, campaigns and materials to help turn the day’s inspiration into sustained activation.
Demi Lovato, the award-winning singer-songwriter and Free The Children ambassador performed two songs on the We Day Toronto stage; Skyscraper (with special guest Darren Criss) and Neon Lights. In the past Demi Lovato’s participated at We Day Vancouver and We Day Seattle. She’s also donated over $10,000 from selling her old clothing on Ebay, raised money on the Price Is Right, and just recently got back from a volunteer trip to Kenya.
Every year Free the Children has an event known as We Day across Canada (Toronto, Vancouver, Alberta, Manitoba, Waterloo, Montreal, Halifax, Saskatchewan and Ottawa). I fortunately for the third year in a row got to attend the one in Toronto. The first year I attended with my high school, last year I volunteered as a member on the Booths Team and this year I volunteered with Me to We Style.
We Day is a day to celebrate all of last years initiatives and is the kickoff to the start of another year. If you ever have the chance to attend DO IT. It will be the most inspirational day of your life and if it’s too late for you to attend why not volunteer? Either way it’s a fun-filled day with people just like you who want to make a difference.
You can check out my We Day encounter with Joe Jonas from last year here.
Below you’ll find pictures of:
The dressing rooms of Nelly Furtado, K’naan, Jennifer Hudson and Shawn Desman
Nelly Furtado performing on the We Day stage
My friends and myself with Martin Sheen, Shawn Desman and Nelly Furtado
Myself with my favourite Much Music VJ Liz Trinnear