- What we do
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On June 23, 2016, Hannah was presented with the Meritorious Service Cross (Civil Division) by Governor General David Johnston. The Meritorious Service Decorations celebrate Canadians who have performed an exceptional deed or activity that brings honour to Canada.
Photo credit: Sgt Ronald Duchesne, Rideau Hall © OSGG, 2016
At five years old Hannah Taylor witnessed a man digging through a dumpster on a cold winter day. Shocked and saddened by the fact that he needed to do this to get food, Hannah resovled she would help somehow, someway…
Hannah Taylor (now 20 years old) is a child whose dedication to helping the homeless is creating awareness of their plight and raising funds for their needs.
Hannah has raised both awareness and money speaking to thousands of people across Canada. In 2004, at age 8, she founded The Ladybug Foundation Inc., to support her efforts to assist registered charitable organizations in Canada which meet many of the needs of people who are homeless.
Meet a man named Frodo from Red Deer, Alberta, and learn about "Housing First" projects.
Join me as I "Walk A Mile In Their Shoes" on January 31st each year, National Red Scarf Day, and help us make a huge difference in the lives of those who need us the most.
The Ladybug Foundation is completely run by volunteers. We are very grateful to all who generously donate their time, talents and resources . We work together as people who, through Hannah’s example, believe in the power of caring and sharing.
Click here to make an online donation to The Ladybug Foundation Inc. Thanks to the generosity of thousands Hannah and The Ladybug Foundation have raised directly or indirectly more than $3,000,000.00 to assist homelessness projects in Canada.
Click here to check out The Ladybug Foundation Education Program an exciting multi-media K-12 resource for teachers to use in their classrooms to empower young people to get involved and make change in their community and in their world!