Woo-hoo! This is where
the fun starts.
Now taking action can be starting something yourself, like a drive, fundraiser, club or even a full-on charity. Or it can be getting involved in an existing organization. Below you will find some amazing organizations that can help point you in the direction of existing organizations or give you some tools to start your own thing.
The whole goal of starting a conversation is to create positive change or action however big or small.*
*We would say that no cause is small. If you help one animal, one tree, one person THAT’S HUGE.
With half the world’s population under age 25, YSA’s mission is to help all young people find their voice, take action, and make an impact on vital community issues. YSA activates, funds, trains, and recognizes youth 5-25 to find their voice, take action, and make impact on the world.
Youth-led national volunteer platform that activates youth to improve the world with volunteer opportunities, internships,resources, and grants.
We're an international movement uniting thousands of teenagers worldwide to use their skills to make a difference. You share your skills with The Validation Project Team and they match you with a mentor to intern with. Then you volunteer using your skills.
PeerSpring is a civic technology educational start-up designed to close the skills gap for Generation Y and Generation Z youth through service, social entrepreneurship and project based learning.
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation believes that the world will be a significantly better place if we encourage the spread of kindness in schools, communities and homes – so they try to enable that in whatever way they can.
The family endorsed 'Charlotte Bacon Act of Kindness Initiative' (NewtownKindness) encourages acts of kindness in our children. Think Kindly. Act Boldly.
GlobeChangers identifies extraordinary young Americans, ages 5-25, with BIG IDEAS and BIG ENERGY. Through training and mentorship, we help translate their BIG IDEA to CHANGE THE WORLD into national or global service projects.
We make the world suck less. One of the largest global orgs for young people and social change, our 5 million members in 130 countries tackle volunteer campaigns that impact every cause. Poverty. Discrimination. The environment. And everything else. Our promise: Any cause, anytime, anywhere.
Founded by youth activist Lulu Cerone to make social activism part of everyone's social life. LemonAID Warriors activates the next generation of change makers, one PhilanthroParty at a time.
The Awesome Foundation is a global community advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, $1000 at a time. These micro-grants, $1000 or the local equivalent are given on a no-strings-attached basis to people and groups working on awesome projects.
Helping build the next generation of giving kids. Project Giving Kid’s website is changing the way kids and families engage and connect with charitable organizations and activities.
The purpose of the Generosity Philosophy podcast is to share stories of generosity in order to inspire people to get involved out there in this huge world to help.
The Do Lectures runs on the philosophy that ideas + energy = change. The belief that people who Do things, can inspire the rest of us to go and Do things too. On their website, they have videos of many of the Do Lectures that have been given and you can sign-up for an inspirational newsletter.
Karma for Cara is a non-profit in memory of Cara Becker. Karma for Cara engages kids in volunteering, recognizes leaders in service, and supports cancer patient care.
Our mission at Kids Are Heroes is to empower children from all cultures to become social change agents. By showcasing the stories of hundreds of kids from all over the world who are creating a better planet for all of us, we empower children to effect positive change in the world, among their peers, and especially within themselves.
Start A Snowball, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to empowering kids to engage in philanthropy. We realize that in order to create and foster a culture of service, we have to start with children. We want kids to start their own projects – small philanthropic endeavors that, with our help, can snowball and make a large and lasting impact.