At age six a young Canadian girl decided to lift the burden of her own heart by helping the homeless man she'd seen eating from a garbage can. Since then Hannah Taylor has befriended hundreds of homeless persons and raised over $3 million to help 55 homeless shelters and missions across Canada. As the parent, the teacher, or the classmate of a child with a passion, you can support their dream of making a difference in our world.


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  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Thank you to Teacher Hillenbrand too! Thank you for taking the time to listen to Hannah and encourage her too!!!!

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Here's to supporting the dreams of children and their innate desire to help others! Great work Hannah and Hannah's parents too!

  • Hariharakrishnan

    I am impressed by the sacrifice of Hannah for a cause to help the homeless people. God, Bless Hannah.

  • Gayle P.

    No one told her she couldn't do this! She is a great child, but so are her parents, her teacher, and others who listened and tried to help.

  • Rose

    This little girl who has the passion and caring spirit of an elder. She's a wise old soul who's making change in the world. She's the inspiration.

  • Sharon Jackson

    The wonderful faith and positive attitude that resulted from helping someone in need is something we all can aspire to and be inspired by to change our own negative responses to our own problems into positive actions.

  • Brian

    Thanks Team. Great one! We can sense her true calling to help others. Her empathy is a natural thing! Hoorayyyy Hannah!. Peace on Earth!

  • Deepak

    Thank you . Inspirational , a five year old has taught a lot to we grown ups .

  • Amma Thanasanti

    At 5 years of age she was willing to sit with her sadness for a whole year. She didn't try to distract herself or convince herself it shouldn't be there. Then when she found something she could do to help, she put all of her intelligence to work to support her idea. Remarkable level of perseverance and capacity to stay with the unknown until what is known emerges.

  • Sue

    "And a child shall lead them"

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  • Learn more of Hannah's work and her life plan in Part 2 of "Hannah's Passion" and in this interview.
  • At the Ladybug Foundation, you can donate, make your own ladybug jar, and, if you're a teacher, order a Make Change curriculum kit to inspire your students to see themselves as change agents.
  • VolunteerMatch lists thousands of volunteer opportunities across the US. You can search by geographic location, age, or by type of work you wish to do.

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