Just a “Pinch of Magic” – KidPreneur Spotlight

These two kidpreneurs seem to embody the old adage: Do what you love and the money will follow. In fact, “watching the money roll in” was Sam’s response to her favorite part of the market day before laughing it off and following up with “actually, I enjoy connecting with new people and talking about our products.”

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Advice from “TinyPreneurs”

Raising money for a good cause was a theme at this years Tinypreneurs event. Children were selling products they created and designed with portions of proceeds going to various charities. When asked for more information on the charities the children lit up. Often, the response was about a family member who had an illness. Some were survivors but others were not. The kids spoke proudly about the reasons for donating the funds:

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Dad’s Inspiring Dad’s

That’s exactly what’s happened in meeting our new friends Ramses and his son Max. At age 9 Max wanted to raise funds to attend a summer camp. His dad Ramses listened to all of Max’s innovative ideas to raise enough funds to get to camp. Inspired by his son’s ambition, Ramses decided to utilize his event planning experience and developed a business showcase event for not only Max but all of his friends. 

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Tri-City News Hightlights Build a Biz Kids & KidPreneur Camps

The Tri-City News decided to come out on a hot day for a glass of lemonade served up by our very own Build a Biz Kids!  Featured on the home page of their website and an article in the Friday Newspaper, Ethan Ricketts & Nikolas Boal can be seen with big smiles knowing their hard work is helping a great organization like SHARE Family & Community Centres (as well as the excitement of being featured in the newspaper of course).

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