Testimonials

Michael taught us games that help us to talk in front of people and look at them when we talk. I’m not scared anymore. I just get up and say whatever I have to say.

Meagan, Age 11

To help kids learn how to interact with others with confidence is teaching an invaluable life skill. For kids whose facial appearance is different, it is essential. Making Faces is filling an integral gap in promoting children’s mental wellness.

Dr. Khrista Boylan,

Many adults with facial differences live in rooming houses avoiding contact with the world. But, making faces grads are more likely to grow up to have careers and families of their own.

Anna Pileggi, Executive Director
http://www.aboutface.ca/