Join something bigger.
We're activating young people in every US area code and in 131 countries! Team up with the people who have:
- Clothed half of America’s youth in homeless shelters.
- Cleaned up 3.7 million cigarette butts from the streets.
- Run the largest youth-led sports equipment drive in the world.
And more! You’ve got the power and the passion to make a difference on any issue you want -- we’ll help you get it done.
Love Letters Challenge
Sent 103,440 Valentine’s Day cards to seniors living in isolation.
Missing in HIstory
Created 7,189 bookmarks to reduce erasure and insert stories often left out of textbooks.
I Beat Bullying
Shared 74,341 tactics about how to overcome bully.
Teens for Jeans
Donated over 800,000 pairs of jeans, enough to clothe half of all homeless youth in the US.
Activated 132,782 young people to prank their friends with a phone baby to start the conversation about teen pregnancy.
Diversify My Emoji
Powered the petition that convinced Apple to create non-white emoji options.
Get the Filter Out (GTFO)
Cleaned up 3.7 million cigarette butts to protect the planet.
Ran the largest youth-led sports drive and collected 44,173 pieces of gear for kids in underserved communities.
Power to the Period
Donated 589,008 period products to shelters in the first-ever national period product drive.
Made and mailed 289,265 birthday cards to help homeless youth celebrate their special day.
Shared 343,000 pairs of Thumb Socks (little coverings for your thumbs!) to remind friends not to text behind the wheel.
Smiles for Soliders
Sent 148,645 cards to military service members to show gratitude and help service members feel connected to home.
(Some of Our) Greatest Campaigns
Gabrielle (Shred Hate)
“This campaign is important to me because everyone is different and unique. Our unique perspectives makes us who we are and we shouldn't be judged based on the color of our skin.”
Ashley (5 Cans)
"This was a way for me to showcase my love for making the world a better place one problem at a time.”
Hauoli (New Year, New US)
“Every year people make resolutions, but rarely do they have to do with community goals. This is important to me because it takes a people to build a healthy community.”
Brandon (Band-Aid Brigade)
"The new ‘me’ that I want to adopt is an individual who contributes more in his community in a positive way.”
Angela (Love Letters Challenge)
"This campaign was so relatable because like my grandmother, many seniors go through the same thing in their lives. It felt so amazing to do this for them to ensure that they feel loved.”
James (Senior Swap Sorry)
“Senior citizens ruled this land before we were even thought of. It's awesome to hear about how cool they were before cool was a thing for me.”
Faces of the Movement
1. Sign Up
Pick a campaign and create an account with your name and phone # (or email). Then -- bam! -- you’re a member.
2. Rock the Campaign
Tackle the campaign by following the steps in the Know It, Plan It, and Do It sections.
3. Submit a Pic
Prove It! Upload a photo of you and your friends in action.
You’ve just joined a global movement for good. And entered to win scholarships and swag.