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May
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News Article: Stratford's Northwestern Secondary School holds Youth Philanthropy Initiative competition

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Simple Dreams founders Ruth and Richard Kneider had big hugs for Sarah Hagarty and Rachel Pearson after the Grade 10 students won $5,000 for the Stratford-based charity Friday.

15
May
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Our May Tweet-a-thon winner!

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Congratulations to AFCY (Arts for Children and Youth), our May Tweet-a-thon winner!  Watch the video to hear our call!
10
May
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The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) on Growing Giving – Evidence Submitted to Parliamentary Inquiry, April 17th 2013

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Our YPI London office was recently invited to speak and submit evidence about the impact YPI is having on young people across the UK in an ongoing parliamentary inquiry on ‘Growing Giving’.  The Chair, the Rt. Hon David Blunkett MP, was impressed with YPI’s innovative approach and said “we would very much like to help you scale up across the UK."

11
Apr
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Our April Tweet-a-thon winner!

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Congratulations to our April Tweet-a-thon winner, The Griffin Centre!  Watch the video to hear our call!

05
Apr
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A blog post by a YPI Judge

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We had an amazing story submitted to us by a YPI team member.  One YPI judge was absolutely blown away by the experience of a YPI Final Presentation:

"In my work I suffer Death by PowerPoint too often to be able to suffer bad presentations even for the best of causes. But today’s presentations were up there with the best I’ve seen."