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Monday, May 09, 2011


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Becky Fisher

God Bless Mr. Canada and all those supporting his work. I can imagine his vision, but I find it hard to fully comprehend the commitment, energy, and hard work he must invest and maintain daily, along with the heartache that he must experience constantly as he works "in the trenches" to battle such huge, longstanding, and complex problems. This is good reporting and inspiring to those of us who want to make positive changes in our own corners of the world.

Cindy DeCrow

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
Margaret Mead

Carla Crombie

Geoffrey Canada's vision fueled by his passion, compassion, and commitment to educating inner city youth is proof that "where there is a will, there is a way." He offers real hope for the families in Harlem. Hopefully, everyone who hears his incredible story will be inspired to step out of his or her own comfort zone to help someone in need.

Ree S.

His vision is clear, his journey is long, but his passion is real and steadfast. An inspiration to be recognized and duplicated!

Shirley Kitchen

Mr.Canada is one those extraordinary people that dedicates himself in helping others and enjoys it


His work should be a model for how all schools and should be run. All children need this kind of attention and education. Giving people hope does make a differance. Canada models how we all should give back in any way we can to the children. People need a hand up, not a hand out.I really enjoyed this story.

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