Who We Are
This a Movement created to help end the violence in communities, raise awareness on homelessness, and giving the youth a outlet to all their local issues and how to advocate for it. It was created to show Canadians and the world that we have the tools and what it takes to stand up and make a change in our own communities.
Millions of children each day, suffer from violent communities and tend to grow up in a bad lifestyle due to the peer pressure and influences they face. They either dont have access to community programs that have workshops or events, or they just don't have any programs aiding to help with their problems and also with a social issues cause.
The T.A.G. Concert* Take Action Globally Benefit Concert is a big benefit concert that is going to address the issues in communities, from poverty, homelessness, and youth violence. This concert is to help the youth see wahts going on in their communities and to show them that there is a way out. The proceeds of the concert will go to community youth programs that share the same Values that the Spread the Love Campaign has. This concert will consist of local talents from, R&b, rap, rock, spoken word, poems, and also motivational speeches, all with one idea in mind, to help end these local issues.
Spread the Love Core Team
Shazard Ramjohn is a young social activist. He is the mastermind of the Spread the Love Movement. Read more about his story in the sidebar.
O'dane PalmerNews Anchor
Larissa ParkerHead Photographer
Larissa Parker is a creative and enthusiastic grade 12 student. You will almost always see her with a camera because she loves the art of photography! Larissa volunteers a lot in Toronto, as well as participates in many events promoting change in the world. She is now C.E.O. of Media Relations and head of photography for Spread the Love! Larissa hopes to eventually study environmental or international law!
Thomas SukhraAssociate Director
My name is Thomas Sukhra, I am 18 years old and currently attending Humber College for a business course. As a child I was always involved with music, and it is my passion! I am in a band and my main instrument is the drums; I also play the bass guitar, and a little acoustic guitar. I one day hope to be successful in the music industry, but all I can do right now is… Dream Big. Take Risks. And Have FAITH!
Tony RenChief Technical Officer
Tony Ren is a grade 12 International Baccalaureate student at Bayview Secondary School in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He has a wide variety of interests, from web design to volleyball, and everything in between. He aspires to become future entrepreneur, and is the current CEO of Median Web Solutions and is in intern at RBC.