Issue:Poverty

ExCEL Youth Mentoring Institute

By: Gabrielle Jordan

Young people of color will make-up the majority of working class by 2032, so it’s really important to empower today’s youth to understand the importance of equal opportunity and to nurture the entrepreneurial access and training at young ages.

Issue:Poverty

Rainbow Pack

By: Rainbow Pack

The idea for Rainbow Pack was born when I overheard kindergarten kids describing how they couldn't do their homework because they didn't have crayons or pencils at home. Economic circumstances shouldn't limit a young student's potential.

#1000BlackGirlBooks

By: Marley Dias

Representations of people in literature impact the way we see ourselves and each other. I founded #1000BlackGirlBooks to lay the foundation for a positive racial identity, including pride in being an African American.

A Youth Mind

By: Campbell Erickson

A Youth Mind is a storytelling project dedicated to photo-journaling what success looks like in developing economies and communities in order to create sustainable opportunity for young people internationally.

Issue:Human Rights

For Arkansas Girls

By: Adrianne Owings

Arkansas was listed as one of the worst states for gender equality and why I founded "For Arkansas Girls," a community-based Girl Up club that encourages girls across Arkansas to advocate for other girls to reach their own full potential.

Issue:Environment

Sustainable Youth Canada

By: Raymond Wang

We are a Canadian federally registered non-profit that provides a common platform for high school and university students to lead and engage with environmental and energy sustainability.

Issue:Human Rights

The Fresh Voices Initiative

By: Diego Cardona

When taking on an influx of refugees or immigrants, host countries can face dilemmas centered around racism and prejudice. Join me in bringing "Fresh Voices" to address the lack of cultural sensitivity or empathy between cultures.

Issue:Poverty

FROGS: Friends Reaching Our Goals

By: Will Lourcey

Hunger doesn't discriminate; it affects all ages, ethnic groups and religions. I created FROGs -- an acronym for Friends Reaching Our Goals-- to fight hunger. We provide 200,000+ meals to the hungry + educate kids on making healthy food choices.

Issue:Violence

Kinston Teens

By: Chris Suggs

My hometown has been ranked among the highest for violent crimes. By providing young people with positive experiences in community service, leadership development, and civic awareness we are dismantling the cycle of violence.

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