Another long-time client has fantastic news to share: Gisele of Gisele’s Big Backyard is back to entertain and educate children with her new YouTube Channel, The Gisele MishMash. It’s a fun, education variety show for preschool children that teaches math, science, the alphabet, and more!
Did you know that you could be eligible for additional financial support if you have children who are not in school or childcare due to Covid-19? The funding consists of a one-time payment of $200 per child to help with the cost of educational materials used at home. Check out the Ontario website for information on how to apply!
In the mood for a bit of adventure? Check out this specially curated collection of stories from National Geographic. You can go horse-back riding through Patagonia in Argentina, dive into the biographies of intrepid women in history, and lose yourself in some truly amazing natural landscapes. Peruse at your leisure!
If you’ve been feeling down about the current global situation, check out this new podcast from author and coaching expert Michael Bungay Stanier. Each episode, he chats with an expert about their tried-and-true strategies for staying strong in this difficult time.
Here’s a unique experience you can have from your kitchen: this renowned grandmother-granddaughter team is offering live, virtual cooking classes from Italy so you can learn how to make homemade pasta from the pros.
Amid wide-spread event and training workshop cancellations due to Covid-19, this group of world-class speakers has banded together to provide a series of free keynote speeches to the public. It’s called Speak Aid 2020, and it’s dedicated to raising money for those affected by the virus.
Are you a bookworm looking to support local businesses impacted by Covid-19? Here are seven Toronto bookstores that are doing delivery and curbside pick-up.
Canadian celebrities Hayley Wickenheiser and Ryan Reynolds have teamed up with Conquer Covid-19, an organization dedicated to helping secure PPE and essential supplies for front-line health care workers in Canada.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO and co-founder of Twitter and Square, has pledged 1 billion dollars’ worth of Square shares to fighting the coronavirus outbreak. This is the largest pledged gift by a private individual yet, and with any luck, it will bring us one step closer to ending this pandemic once and for all.