Nelly Furtado advocates for Free the Children at Toronto’s We Day

by • October 3, 2011 • Arts & CultureComments (0)106

Free the Children is a program that advocates for children living in poverty. It was created by Craig Kielburger when he was 12 years old. The program holds an event every year in Toronto and Vancouver that raises money for children living in poverty in third world countries. Here is an inspirational video of Nelly Furtado at Toronto We Day. In the video, she talks about her contribution to Free the Children.

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