There are a lot of people who would like to participate in a beauty pageant, but they can’t because they’re stuck in the hospital with a life-threatening illness. I have the privilege of going around to hospitals and placing tiaras on the heads of children. Kids who deserve to be treated like royalty, because they are just kids who are going through a tough challenge in their lives. I’m not a doctor, but I have known all my life that the best medicine is hope. Tiaras of Hope gives just that, hope. It all started when I was vacationing in Florida. I was just heading into a volunteer shift when I bumped into Mrs. Central Florida (Dianne Garvis). I asked her what she was doing there. She told me that she was doing a program called Tiaras of Hope, and she explained what the program is all about. She told me that she believes everyone should have the chance to wear a Pageant crown, but for those that can’t, she takes the crowns to them. She also collects and hands out blankets to those in need. I didn’t really think much of what Dianne had said. But when I got home from Florida, I had an idea. I said to myself, what if we could make Tiaras Of Hope go worldwide. So, I contacted Dianne and told her my idea. She loved it! I started to get in touch with my local hospital, and I told them what I wanted to do. I have now been doing Tiaras of Hope for five months. I’m always looking for opportunities to grow my program. My dream is to one day travel around Canada, doing Tiaras of Hope.