Here’s your chance to create your own national campaign on DoSomething.org! (And then you can tell your friends and your crush will fall in love with you IT WILL BE AWESOME). Your idea should be unique, accessible to young people all over the country, and make a real impact. We'll be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • (a) Be sure to read all the submission rules. They’re important, we promise.
  • (b) Fill out everything in the form below. Otherwise it’s gonna give you that “ENTER A VALID ZIP CODE” error in giant red letters and nobody wants that.
  • (c) If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email help@dosomething.org. If you have any cookies, don’t hesitate to mail them to our office.

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You must be ages 13 to 25 (sorry 26-and-up-year-olds).
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Please provide your (valid!) Zip Code.
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If your idea addresses more than one cause, choose the one you think is most relevant.
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If your idea is more than one type of action, choose the one that’s most relevant. Check out our descriptions on each type of action.
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You MUST include a fact/statistic that proves this problem. e.g. X% of animals end up in shelters after hurricanes. Limit 1-2 sentences.
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Get your research on. Be sure to include: (1) Title of specific study, article, website, or book OR (2) Organization or author that published it OR (3) Link to study or stat. Limit 1-2 sentences.
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This should be one clear single action anyone in the U.S. can do. E.g., “Collect gently used towels and deliver them to your local animal shelter.” Limit 1-2 sentences.
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Do this by (1) Sharing results if you’ve done this before (e.g. “I ran this project last Christmas and fed 100 people”) OR (2) Linking to someone that’s successfully done this (e.g. “The Red Cross runs blood drives that save lives”) OR (3) Linking to research that proves your solution is valid (e.g. “The CDC says educating people about vaccines makes them more likely to get vaccinated”). Limit 1-2 sentences.
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