Make the world suck less. Choose a campaign below to get started.
Recycle old or worn-out clothes to help our planet.
Run a workshop for friends to teach them personal finance tips.
Challenge friends to stand up to bullying on their phones
Collect peanut butter for your local food bank.
Send friends a text baby to start the convo on teen pregnancy.
Start a rebel book club with your friends.
Host a park cleanup wearing anything but clothes.
Give your custodian a yearbook signed by everyone in your class.
Make your mom a personalized card telling her to get a mammogram.
Host a gardening shindig in a local green space.
Run a dress drive so everyone can feel their best at prom.
Demand high-speed Internet at your school with a badass photo.
Start a petition to demand all-gender bathrooms in your dorm.
Protest styrofoam by making petitions out of cafeteria plates.
Host a dance class at your local senior center.
Host an Oppression Monopoly game night to learn about inequality.
Skip presents: have friends donate to animals for your b-day.
Locate and unplug energy vampires at school.
Compile messages of support for students experiencing mental illness.
Host a board game night to collect games for a family shelter.
Host a Twitter debate with friends about a hot news headline.
Challenge your sports team to a trash-pickup relay race.
Find homes for shelter pets by acting as a pet publicist.
Donate extra cafeteria food to a homeless shelter in your town.
Pull a positive prank on your school by cleaning up in secret.
Run a competitive drive to collect books for low-income areas.
Socialize cats at your local shelter to increase adoption rates.
Host an event to customize your school's anti-bullying policy.
Complete a seed-bombing mission to beautify your favorite places.
Help owners create a disaster plan for their pets.
Implement a disaster plan for older adults this hurricane season.
Challenge your friends to carry all their trash for one day.
Post notes on school mirrors to improve people’s self-esteem.
Host senior-frosh socials to ease the transition to a new school!
Create and share handmade postcards encouraging smokers to quit.
This Father's Day season, get your dad's blood pressure checked.
Offer to be your parents' designated driver to keep them safe.
Promote the nice things your classmates do for each other.
Collect used cell phones to benefit domestic violence programs.
Create a comic that illustrates a way to stop bullying.
Hijack or spoof magazine ads that sexualize or objectify women.
Challenge friends to use only 13 gallons of water in a day.
Run a musical walk out to defend music program funding at school.
Host one at your school and help stock blood banks.
Collect food outside your supermarket for a local food bank.
Post flyers with a helpful hotline number for homeless youth.
Create and share art to demand funding for school art programs.
Let the odds be ever in your favor in this competitive food drive.
Post a selfie to teach your friends about unjust deportation.
Host a poetry slam to discuss race-related experiences.
Post stickers for a crisis text hotline in school bathrooms.
Provide free child care for parents earning their GED.
Urge your school cafeteria to serve vegetarian meals on Mondays.
Draw a new princess urging Disney to show strong women on screen.
Walk a dog to help a senior stay injury-free this winter.
Host a back-to-school fashion show and collect clothing for shelters.
Send thank you cards to those who protect endangered species.
Run a voter registration booth at your school.
Host a trash-free tailgate to make cheering for your team eco-friendly.
Start an inclusive kickball team in your neighborhood.
Get HIV tested and Instagram a pic with “TESTED” on your hand.
Create art urging shoppers to buy organic fruits and veggies.
Create and mail a welcome banner to send a new home celebration.
Host a library dance party to de-stress friends during finals.
Protest for your college's apparel to be made in fair conditions.
Read from “Captain Underpants” in class to protest censorship.
Play a pop up concert in school to show music ed is important.
Tweet a school board meeting to show the decisions to friends.