North Van Teen giving back through volunteering

by jasonethier25 on April 9, 2014 - 9:09pm

The article centers on 17 year old student Morgan Won from Vancouver who volunteers his time to help his community. Morgan was introduced to community work at the age of 15 by his sister. Morgan and his sister volunteered at a gift-wrapping booth during the holidays for two years. At the age of 16, Morgan joined the cancer awareness club at his high school. This club help students learn more about cancer, and also did fundraisers to raise funds to help people who have cancer in the community. Morgan is now 17, and head of the cancer awareness club at his school. Morgan says that he wants to continue his work in the community, and upon graduation, he wants to study in Sciences in University to be able to work with the Cancer Society of Canada.


Hello this is a fellow student from across the border just looking at your post, and I found it very interesting. Giving back to the community is always a recipe for a stronger nation. I would like to work with you on your project.

This posting drew my attention because of the cancer affiliation and I currently have a friend suffering with cancer.