Founded charity in 2006; Board Chair since inception; facilitated Eagles Wings Support Group (2007-2009) then started Dream Girls Club Mentoring Program 2008 – present). Member of IAC (Inter-Agency for Children), Centre on Philanthropy and Louise Hay Writer’s Community (International). Formerly employed 14 years in Youth Development & Leadership post with the Department of Youth, Sport & Recreation
Eagles Wings participant/graduate; joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2009 and then a co-facilitator in the Dream Girls Club. Recipient of the Adult Volunteer of the Year – Centre on Philanthropy
started out as a supportive parent and then joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2014.
Eagles Wings participant/graduate; joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2009 and assumed the role of Treasurer/Co-AML/ATF Compliance Officer. As a committed donor to our Education Fund, we have honored Natalie with a scholarship in her name for a girl who exemplifies the charity’s values and standards of excellence. Two-time Recipient of the Adult Volunteer of the Year – Centre on Philanthropy
AML/ATF Compliance Officer & Education Fund Chair;
joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2010 and then assumed oversight of the Education Fund in 2014. As a supportive Parent of 2 Dream Girls Club participants, she has assisted in various fundraising events and the weekly snack supplies. Recipient of the Adult Volunteer of the Year along with Daughter as Youth Nominee – Centre on Philanthropy
joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2010; serves as dedicated support of the Dream Girls Club alongside the facilitators and offering invaluable attention in any area of need. Recipient of the Adult Volunteer of the Year – Centre on Philanthropy
joined as a participant at age 9; joined as a volunteer Board Member in 2015 to provide insight from the perspective of the young people; performed outstanding service to the charity in the areas of fundraising, social media network design, creative art design of the Dream Girls book and any area of need. Two-time Recipient of the Youth Volunteer of the Year – Centre on Philanthropy; Argus Rising Star Award for creative design work contributions; and recipient of the charity’s 2019 Natalie Millar Scholarship Award. She is presently excelling at her degree program in California in the area of Graphic Art & Design.
joined the Board in June 2020. Shanna was attracted to the charity’s mandate and creative style of service. She has had a vision to operate a girls’ charity since her youth; now as a thriving young professional, she is poised to make that dream a reality as she steps into the role of volunteer PROGRAM FACILITATOR. In that function, she will exercise her first major initiative: PROJECT MANAGER of the Dream Girls Club Social Media App. Shanna represents the fulfillment of the Board’s long-term goal of engaging a committed and innovative partner to take our program to higher heights through the medium of technology.