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Joanne, 18, made 8 superhero-themed cards for our service members. "Words cannot explain my gratitude towards these brave
Can a reading game really be fun? Brar knows where he stands. Follow Karan's lead and have fun while brushing up on your
Here are some of the other amazing contenders! True story! Pets are twice as likely to get cancer if their owner smokes. That's
DiMarco the face of DoSomething.org's We Are Able campaign, which aims to reduce stigma and bullying around disabilities
By Rex Leonowicz KM: This PSA was a blast to shoot. My favorite part was dressing my pup, Sophie, up in her doctor outfit
Today, we're amplifying young people's voices and, beyond that, giving them a tangible way to keep their school safer from gun violence. This is the Guns Out campaign, a national initiative that is activating thousands of students to demand their college president take a public stand against guns on campus.
Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States and each year, nearly 70 percent of current smokers want to quit. So, why don't they? The answer is because quitting is not something that can be easily achieved alone.
Valentine's Day can be a particularly lonely holiday for many, especially for older adults. By creating (over 30,000!) handmade cards we were able to spread some love and kindness to seniors who need it.
Nev Schulman is the face of Grandparents Gone Wired, a campaign from DoSomething.org and Mentor Up. This holiday season, Grandparents Gone Wired activates young people to teach their grandparents -- or other older adults -- how to text and how to use emojis.
This may feel like a small win, but the language we use has an enormous impact on the reality we live. Plus, it shows that even a small but mighty army of young people can create racial progress. Here's hoping that army grows larger and mightier every day.
How long is five seconds? It's the amount of time the average driver looks away from the road to send a text. If you're going about 55 mph, by the time you look up from your phone, you'll have driven the whole length of a football field without looking at the road. Touchdown? Not quite.
6. As part of the #RealPrincess campaign from DoSomething.org, teens created complex characters that go beyond the traditional
The 25-year-old pop star landed the top spot on DoSomething.org's Celebs Gone Good list, which highlights public figures
Dropouts cause our society emotional pain, because we all feel sorry for those less fortunate and struggling to survive. But
My twenties were spent getting comfortable in my own skin. This is who I am. I didn't plan to be this way; I was born this way.
In the not-for-profit world, there are a bunch of orgs and people who are very popular. Articles and lists tout "the best social innovations of 2013" or the "top social changemakers." But being on a list or knowing lots of powerful people doesn't mean your org has huge impact.
9. WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR OTHERS WHO ASPIRE TO BE CITIZEN PHILANTHROPISTS? Are you creating a new term here? Philanthropist
25,000 Women is uniquely positioned to educate and reward participants through empowering women in developing countries. The campaign is targeted at young people (teens) and involves a text-message based game.