Come out to a traditional Kentucky Derby Party in support of DueNORTH Canada on May 6, 2017 from 2:30pm to 8:00pm. Cheer on the fastest two minutes in sports and experience some southern charm, while raising funds for school breakfast programs in Nunavut. No child should go to school hungry! Continue reading
(PHOTO: Actress Blake Lively poses with National Honouree Eva von Jagow of DUENorth prior to the Women of Worth Awards Gala in Toronto.)
Congrats to Stittsvile’s Eva von Jagow, who was named the national honouree at last night’s L’Oreal Paris’ Women of Worth gala in Toronto. As national honouree, Eva receives an additional $10,000 for DueNORTH, an organization that she founded to provide healthy meals and nutrition to kids in Canada’s north. Here’s a press release about the awards from L’Oreal. Continue reading
Stittsville’s Eva von Jagow has been selected as one of the 10 inaugural members of the L’Oréal Women of Worth family in Canada.
Chosen from over 300 nominations, von Jagow is being recognized by L’Oréal for her work with DueNORTH and the extraordinary difference she is making in Canada. DueNORTH’s mission is to provide and promote access to nutritional and affordable food to children and youth in Canada’s North. Continue reading
(Above: Eva von Jagow pictured above at the Youth Spirit of the Capital Awards earlier this year.)
Stittsville’s Eva von Jagow has been chosen to represent Canada at the One Young World Summit, to be held in Ottawa this fall. It’s a global forum for young leaders aged 18-30. Last year’s summit in Bangkok welcomed 1,400 delegates present from over 196 countries
Jagow is currently attending McGill University, majoring in environmental sustainability and minoring in indigenous studies. She founded the All That Glam Fundraiser that’s raised more than $80,000 to fund a sustainable hot breakfast program for a school in Nunvaut.
“I’m very excited to have the chance to meet and discuss global issues with world leaders including famous politicians, Olympians, CEOs, authors and activists. However, what I’m most excited about is meeting individuals my age from around the world who are doing amazing things. Not only will I get to meet people from places like Nigeria, Cambodia and Pakistan, but I will be given the opportunity to learn with them, discuss ideas and hopefully collaborate in the future,” she wrote today in the Ottawa Citizen.
“At the moment, I’m trying to gather the funds for the required delegate fee at the summit. Born and raised in Ottawa, it’s a huge thrill to represent not only my country, but also my city. I’ve set up a GoFundMe page at www.GoFundMe.com/EvaSummit where people can donate — every little bit helps. On this world stage, I know I can do Ottawa proud!”
Former Sacred Heart student Eva von Jagow won this year’s Youth Spirit of the Capital award in the “Caring and Sharing” category.
Each year The Spirit of the Capital Youth Awards celebrates nominees from seven different categories with the presentation of a $1,000 award for winners and $250 going to the runners up, to be used for the advancement of academics or social enterprise in line with the values of Youth Ottawa. Continue reading