Blair Trainor Blair Trainor is a vocal advocate on issues surrounding youth homelessness. In 2009, the 26-year-old launched the Sleep Out 120 awareness campaign that requires volunteers to "live homeless" for 120 hours. The campaign has created an avenue for engaging and educating the general public on the realities of youth homelessness. Over the last two years, Sleep Out 120 has raised over $25,000 to support youth homelessness initiatives in the St. John's area. Blair has also put together a tool kit for youth who wish to replicate Sleep Out 120 across the province of Newfoundland Labrador. Blair is an active volunteer with the NL Housing and Homelessness Network, Choices for Youth, and the Community Pancake Breakfast, as well as a board member with For the Love of Learning. Blair has a background in Youth Care and Counseling and as is currently pursuing his Bachelor's of Social Work at Memorial University. He's been praised by his peers and mentors as a shining example of youth volunteerism in the province, and we wholeheartedly agree

Age: 26
Hometown: St.John's