My Life As A Covenant

Fifteen years in the future!

At the age of thirty-two I have completed my degree in psychology, I am now married with two children. I always thought growing up as a kid I was extremely blessed, I had two loving parents, I had the opportunity to go to a good school, I played hockey at a high level, and I always had people there for support. I also believe that my children are just as blessed, my husband and I have done everything we can to provide the best life for them.


The Out-Reach Program

Being so blessed as a child I thought about all the other kids that weren't so lucky. The kids who could not afford to go to university, the kids who dropped out of school, the kids who got involved with drugs and fell off the tracks.Thinking about these kids I created the out-reach program. This helps to provide kids with support when they have hit rock bottom, and have no one else to turn to for support. We do just about everything to help these kids get back on their feet. We provide schooling, housing, food, job opportunities, drug rehabilitation, and many other services. Most of all we provide these kids with somewhere to turn to when they feel like they have no one to help them. We provide them with the support,love, and kindness they need to change their life around for the better. I have built so many great friendships while creating this program, and I hope for my children to help out once they are old enough. I truly believe that I have grown to be a better person by offering what I can to support others.


“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.”


-Barack Obama