Saskatchewan·Future 40

Meet CBC Saskatchewan Bright Light winner Jonah Toth

Jonah has worked tirelessly to promote the "Me to We" philosophy within his school, Campbell Collegiate. The philosophy has spread to other schools within the Regina Public School division.

Jonah Toth, 17, is a CBC Bright Light winner

Jonah has worked tirelessly to promote the "Me to We" philosophy within his school. (Submitted by Kevin Toth)

Jonah has worked tirelessly to promote the "Me to We" philosophy within his school, Campbell Collegiate. The philosophy has spread to other schools within the Regina Public School division.

Over the past two years, the Campbell "Me to We" Team has raised over $25,000 to fund community development projects in rural China in partnership with Free the Children.

Jonah's involvement with Free the Children earned him the opportunity to travel to India this past summer on a scholarship and landed him the opportunity to speak on the We Day Sask stage to over 15,000 other youths.

Whether collecting donations for the food bank, fundraising for the Adopt-a-Family campaign, being involved with Best Buddies, volunteering in the Regina General pediatric unit, or serving on the Campbell SLC, Jonah is always one to help others without asking anything for himself.

The winning submission above was written by a nominator.

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