Joe Carter Classic 2015 in Review

It was another star-studded year at the sixth annual Joe Carter Classic, in support of the Children's Aid Foundation. Spanning two days, the celebrity golf tournament that welcomed sports greats including Damon...

I am a Graduate

Written by Arthur Gallant, @ArthurGallant27, CAF ambassador and former young person in care. There are many things we’re all certain we won’t become or accomplish in our lifetimes; winning the lottery, steppin...

From Hearth to Heart

Some stars are born on the screen, while others are born in the kitchen. Chef Millie Fernadez, founder of RockStarChefz and contestant on Chopped and Cutthroat Kitchen, has built success on both. Developing a b...

Still learning

Growing-up in an abusive, unstable home can have devastating impacts on young people well into their adult lives. Whether it's physical or emotional neglect or abuse, the parameters that make-up a nurturing hom...

My favourite time of year

Written by Cheyanne Ratnam, @CheyRatnam, a member of our Young Person’s Advisory Council, former young person in care, CaFdn Ambassador, S.S.W., B.S.W., M.S.W. Candidate. I ♡ Christmas. It's such a great oppor...

Helping Children Write Their Stories

November marks Adoption Awareness Month across Ontario, a time to raise awareness for the thousands of vulnerable kids in Canada's child welfare system in need of permanent homes and families. Melee Hutton, ...

Kids Giving Back to Kids

One of the greatest things we can do in life is give-back to others, a lesson to which 10-year-old Lea Shoub is well acquainted. After being assigned a school project that required her to choose a charity th...

Free Spin, Second Chances

Written by Arthur Gallant, @ArthurGallant27, CAF ambassador and former young person in care. Anybody that knows me knows that Wheel of Fortune is by far my favourite show in the entire world.  To many people W...

On Loneliness and Success

Written by Arthur Gallant, @ArthurGallant27, CAF ambassador and former young person in care. I’m frequently asked to describe what it was like growing up in the care of the Children’s Aid Society. What it was ...