Mike "Pinball" Clemons
One of football's most electrifying players, Toronto Argonauts running back Clemons holds the title of the CFL's all-time all-purpose yardage leader. Now the head coach of the Argonauts, as well as a captivating and highly sought-after speaker, Clemons traveled to Uganda in 2006 with World Vision.
A carpenter by trade, Caruk hosts the reality TV show Real Renos , a renovation show about the emotional and practical highs and lows of the process. A World Vision supporter, Caruk was one of the hosts of the World Vision television program One Village , which was filmed in Tanzania.
Best known as the star of the Anne of Green Gables miniseries, Megan Follows is an award-winning actress with an extensive acting history on stage, in television and on film. With a strong link to World Vision, Follows traveled to Rwanda in 2003 and has been featured in World Vision television productions.
This news anchor of Canada AM is the occasional anchor of the CTV National News with Lloyd Robertson. Ien traveled to Sri Lanka following the South Asian Tsunami in 2005 and has been involved with World Vision in variety of media appearances, including the "One Life Experience" at the International Aids Conference held in Toronto in 2006.
An award-winning group of three brothers, Krystaal excels in various genres of music such as gospel, urban and world (African). Immigrants from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Krystaal is characterized by their tight vocal harmonies. Krystaal has been involved with World Vision as part of the Artist Associates program.
As the lead singer of multi-platinum Canadian rock band 54*40, Osborne has a dozen albums to his credit from his 20-year music career. Recently, Osborne ventured to Honduras with World Vision and, upon return, shared his talent and trip experience at several sponsorship events.
As a Canadian entertainer who became a childhood friend to a generation of young people, the star of Fred Penner's Place is also known for his appearances as an advocate for World Vision. Penner traveled to Tanzania with a World Vision team and has been involved in a wide variety of media appearances and speaking engagements.
This five-piece Canadian R&B soul band have turned out four records during its decade-long music career. As members of World Vision's Artist Associates program, the Philosopher Kings have been advocates for the organization and traveled to Kenya to see the work first-hand.
From his early beginnings in the Rankin Family to his current solo success, Jimmy Rankin's career is the standard by which roots-rock's crossover appeal is judged. Rankin traveled with World Vision to Nicaragua in 2006 and shared his experience at a sponsorship night later the same year.
Currently the host of TSN's That's Hockey , Reda has been a sports broadcaster for more than 20 years. Reda has been involved with World Vision Canada since his trip to Tanzania and has helped with several TV productions.
A multiple-award-winning Christian worship group from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Starfield is part of World Vision's Artist Associate program. They have traveled with World Vision to El Salvador to witness the organization's work.
An R&B songwriter, producer and singer, the Montreal-based Wolf is an award-winning producer and writer who has been responsible for many multi-platinum selling albums. Wolf has been involved in a 30 Hour Famine event and appears on the 30 Hour Famine DVD.
A Canadian country music legend, Wright has sold nearly two million albums in both the United States and Canada. She has racked up more than 25 top ten hits in Canada and is one of country music's most widely recognized and awarded female singers. Wright first became a World Vision Canada advocate and Artist Associate when she traveled to Zambia in 2001. She continues to work with the organization.
Sarah McLachlan, Tyler Medeiros, Colin Mochrie & Deb McGrath, Tara Teng, Gary Texali, Mike Fisher, Lights, Erin Karpluk, Faber Drive, Joannie Rochette, Dan Hamhuis, Chris Neil, Suzie McNeil, PK Subban, Gabrielle Miller