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Trisha Flanagan is a jewellery maker, mother of 2, olive eater, movie buff, and first generation Canadian. From an early age Trisha was drawn to expressing herself through the arts. She found herself creating handcrafted objects and relished in their beauty. It was the pursuit of this passion that led her to continue her formal education at Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) in Calgary, Alberta.
Connor and Leslie were born and raised in Calgary but spent their summers exploring the outdoors. Leslie claims her father has the largest collection of taxidermied trout in the world and their summers were spent camping and fishing in pursuit of expanding his collection.
Candice is a wife, a mother of three, and an entrepreneur. Born in South Africa and immigrating to Canada as a child she grew up in Kelowna, British Columbia. It was here that Candice had the idea of creating hand-made vintage-inspired aprons.
In May of this year I had the privilege to travel to Sierra Leone to both visit and monitor CAUSE Kids’ field projects. During my time in the remote northern region of Koinadugu District, where our CAUSE Kids Education Program is located, I was blessed with the opportunity to meet so many remarkable individuals who are making a real difference in this highly marginalized area.
Jackie has always been a creator. As a young girl she remembers creating jewelry boxes from egg cartons, styling belts as headbands, and constantly rearranging the furniture in her room.
Wendy Fehr is CAUSE Canada’s new CEO (as of January 2016). Paul and Beverly Carrick will be stepping back… not out, taking on some new and exciting roles within the organization. Wendy is experienced, well traveled and passionate about the issues at the heart of CAUSE Canada's mission.
Become a Philanthropic Adventurer.
Cause Canada’s motorcycle tours take small groups of experienced riders to some of the most isolated corners (and best roads) of both Honduras & Guatemala. The point of the tour is to have the guest rider provide Cause Canada with the funds required to buy a new motorcycle for one of its field offices. The rider will then be given a guided tour of Cause Canada’s fieldwork and at the end of the tour turn over his/her motorcycle to a Cause Canada national staff worker.
In October of 2015, Paul Carrick and the 3 members of Old Guys In Action took to the hills of Guatemala to raise money for the Maternal and Child Health program. This bicycle trip was an all round adventure though torrential rain, winding mountain roads and glorious Guatemala scenery.