Age 16, Vancouver, Vegan
Kingston is active in his community helping animals and humans by participating in marches, protests, speak-outs, and campaigning for causes. His participation in the campaign to end cetacean captivity in Vancouver and all of Canada has contributed to the historic passing of Bill S-203 and the ban of cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium. He created a change.org petition to ban the sale of fur in Vancouver and is working with the government and several agencies to get the ban passed. He has two books written about his compassion for activism.
“I love being an animal hero teen because I can help spread a compassionate message that includes being kind to animals, humans, and our planet. It is like being part of a family, I have met so many other children and teens that feel just as passionate about animals, food, and the environment as I do.”