Take two minutes to share your opinion on gun violence.
Take two minutes to hold your elected officials accountable.
Take this 5-question quiz to learn what's really in e-cigs.
How well do you know your best friend?
Provide one bag of daily essentials to a local homeless shelter.
Five days and five ways to make an impact in your community.
Make a friend an IOU activity book to celebrate what makes them unique.
Give your friend a V-Day card to encourage them to pursue their passion.
Defend science and fight propaganda.
Run a Halloween candy collection drive for soldiers.
Learn and share tips on how to stop a friend from driving drunk.
Make a short music video to advocate for music education.
Hold a bake sale to provide winter items to infants in Syria.
Make chalk art on street storm drains to protect local waterways.
Run a school supply drive for students in need.
Fight for the millions of puppies born in abusive factory farms.
Surprise an underappreciated person with a huge thank-you.
They’re coming!!! Share this game to learn about climate change.
Skip presents: have friends donate to animals for your b-day.
Run a food drive in your community to support disaster relief.
Learn about another religious background to spread tolerance.
Take action to reduce ageism, depression, and isolation in seniors.
Complete seven causey challenges in seven days.
Learn about the inequalities undocumented students face.
Play Would You Rather? and show friends how to save money.
Tell the world what you think about bullying in your school.
Make decisions as an activist during the civil rights movement.
Collect food items for your local food bank.
Solve a mystery and unlock donations to a real classroom in need.
Make a Valentine’s Day card to show an older adult you care.
Create an empowering sign to boost a friend’s self-esteem.
Create a 'take one, leave one' book swap to promote literacy.
Teach an older adult how to use Facebook on their phone.
Take a quiz to see if this ~mystery single~ is your perfect match!
Help your friends find their polling location for election day.
Read from “Captain Underpants” in class to protest censorship.