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Ryerson University

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ABOUT THE WALK CAMP

In 2013, Supermodel & Founder Stacey McKenzie launched her 1st annual The Walk Camp.

The mission of Stacey McKenzie's Annual Walk This Way Workshop “The Walk Camp" is to empower kids to value their uniqueness, inspiring them to find their individual voice. The 30 kids chosen for the camp will be educated through a series of uniquely designed interactive "confidence builder" workshops. Each workshop is fashioned to help develop self-esteem and gain confidence through self-acceptance.

The Walk Camp which is scheduled for July 2018 at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto, the girls will be mentored by Stacey, along with her celebrity friends and industry insiders from different areas of the fashion, art, entertainment, education and health & wellnessindustries. Past mentors includes Gabrielle Miller (Actor), Dina Pugliese (Host, Breakfast Television), Liberty Silver (Singer), Sunny Fong (Fashion Designer). Amanda Brugle (Actor), Tracy Moor (Host, Cityline), Noreen Flanagan (Editor in Chief of FASHION Magazine), Jonathan Hood (Athlete and Speaker), Andrea Bolley (Artist), Zuberi Attard (Educator), Chelsea Chute ( Lead Makeup Artist - Lise Watier) Sandra Benain (TV Producer), Monika Schnarre (Supermodel/Entreprenuer).

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

The Walk Camp will provide youth with a 2 week experience of a lifetime. Your donation will allow us to open up this opportunity to even more children!

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YOUR IMPACT

Imagine a child living in a disadvantaged neighborhood with little to no access to opportunities to fulfill their dreams and goals, most importantly building their confidence and self esteem to go after their dreams and goals. Then, imagine this child and his/her friends being given the opportunity to explore the arts and life skills for two weeks over the summer. Through The Walk Camp, youths will learn from mentors within Fashion, Arts & Entertainment, Education, Business, Health & Wellness about their journey and how to be apart of their industry. - an experience that will not only change their outlook on life's opportunities, but will also empower them to value their uniqueness, inspiring them to find their individual voice

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THE WALK CAMP SCHEDULE

WEEK 1: July 9 - 13

WEEK 2: July 16 - 20

9AM - 3PM , MONDAY TO FRIDAY: Each day the youths will have a mentor in Fashion, Arts, Entertainment, Education, Health & Wellness, Finance industry and life skills at Ryerson University located in the heart of downtown Toronto.


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MEDIA

Annually The Walk Camp receives 11,000,000+ media impressions.

The camp has been featured in GlobeStyle (Globe & Mail), CTV Etalk, VOGUE, Essence (magazine), On The Go (magazine) CityTV’s Cityline, Global TV ‘The Morning Show’ & News at Noon, CBC, Elle Canada (website), CityTV’s Breakfast Television, Rogers TV, Huffington Post, Trends Magazine, Citylife Magazine, Boss Magazine, Room Magazine and many others.


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CONTACT

For more information on the camp, becoming a sponsor, mentor, media inquiries and gifting please email us wtwwworkshops@gmail.com

For more information on The Walk Camp please visit our website:

www.walkthiswayworkshops.com

For more information on Stacey McKenzie please visit www.staceymckenzie.com

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