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For the third year in a row, L'Oréal Paris Women of Worth program is back to acknowledge ten selfless women from across Canada who are driving awareness about problems in their communities. On International Women’s Day (March 8), $110,000 will be donated to the humanitarian efforts of these ten amazing Canadian women.
"We couldn't be prouder to applaud these changemakers. Their steadfast resolve and achievements are truly remarkable," said Milan Mladjenovic, general manager for L'Oréal Paris Canada in a statement. "Every year we're profoundly moved by the stories that accompany these crusaders—and this year is no exception. I feel tremendous privilege acknowledging these notable women who are making our world a better and brighter place."
The 2019 Canadian Women of Worth Honourees and their initiatives are:
Ishita Aggarwal, Mom's The Word (MTW) from Vaughan, ON.
Toyo Ajibolade, Lady Ballers Camp from Toronto, ON.
Lynda Debono, Sarah & Claire's Food Drive from Toronto, ON.
Isabelle Ducharme, Keroul from Montreal, QC.
Katie Mahoney, We Are Young from Halifax, NS.
Danielle Main, Leash of Hope Assistance Dogs from Vancouver, BC.
Dr. Eliza Olson, Burns Bog Conservation Society from Delta, BC.
Adeola Deborah Olubamiji, STEMHub Foundation from Mississauga, ON.
Lynne Rosychuk, The Jessica Martel Memorial Foundation from Morinville, AB.
Nicole White, Moon Time Sisters from Saskatoon, SK.
To learn more about the Canadian nominees and vote for your favourite, visit www.womenofworth.ca.