Hannah Taylor

A Cold Walk in Shoes Without a Home


Thirteen-year-old Hannah Taylor is the founder of the Ladybug Foundation, a charity that has raised over $2 million to reduce Canadian hunger and homelessness, supporting more than forty shelters, missions, soup kitchens and food banks across the nation. She started the Ladybug Foundation in Winnipeg when she was just eight years old.

In addition to her work with the Ladybug Foundation, Hannah has written a book, Ruby’s Hope, and has won several major awards including the Street Level Conference Award for Truthtellers and Peacemakers “for inspiring and encouraging a nation to see all people as people.” She has also received the 2007 Future Leaders Award – 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada from the Women’s Executive Network.