This Saturday the team at the Happy Soul Project will take to the skies to do a skydive at Skydive Gananoque to raise money for Happy Soul Project. The initiative provides support and encouragement to persons and families with disabilities, terminal illnesses or vast differences by advocating for inclusivity to eliminate prejudice and discrimination. The goal of the four skydivers is to raise $4000 in support of the programs and initiatives. They’ll be doing a tandem skydive at the local Drop Zone, Skydive Gananoque, between 11 am and 2 pm. More details are available on our website.
The Happy Soul Project relies on support and donations to continue developing initiatives for the families, children and persons with disabilities. The four jumpers from the organization, Jenn, Jared, Karlee, and Natasha have a goal of raising $4000 for Happy Soul Project through this skydive! Their GoFundMe page is called “Soaring for Happy Soul Project” has raised close to $2000. They are calling on friends, family, and the Gananoque and Kingston community as well as the #PipsArmy to help the Happy Soul Project to continue to soar. See Global News Broadcast Queens students join forces with Happy Soul Project to advocate for change. Happy Soul Project began as a platform for founder, Tara McCallan, to share her journey when her daughter Pip was born with Down syndrome. What began as a blog has grown into a multidimensional organization which provides support and encouragement to individuals with disabilities, terminal illnesses, and vast differences by advocating for inclusivity. Through many initiatives, Happy Soul Project reaches countless individuals in incredibly beautiful ways. Happy Soul Project sends Kick-It-Capes to kids fighting cancer, dealing with terminal illnesses or accepting a vast difference. The Project also provides meaningful employment opportunities to adults with exceptional needs through a partnership with Grow Studios. Every year the Happy Soul Project puts out a calendar featuring children with extraordinary needs & vast differences. Not only to bring awareness, but more importantly to make each child in the calendar feel like a Rock-Star and celebrate who they are. Thousands of calendars have been put up in hospitals, clinics, offices, homes and most powerfully schools. happysoulproject.org