WE'RE NOT ROCKSTARS OR CELEBRITIES

but we're making an impact

We will always be

a movement powered by you

Making an impact is simple

let’s do this

RUN. BIRTHDAY. DANCE.

You can run, bike, eat birthday cake, sell lemonade, or host a breakdancing party. Your special event or idea to raise funds could make a real impact for people living in extreme poverty. If you have an idea, let’s make it happen!

CREATE YOUR PAGE!

It takes less than 2 minutes to get started. Tell the world your story through your very own campaign page, and let people now what you’re passionate about by picking one of our core issues.

SHARE IT!

Instagram it, Snapchat it, Facebook it, email it, or even call your grandma about it. There are dozens of ways you can share your campaign and get the word out so people get as excited about your passion as you.

How will you join us?

Robin's Birthday

“I truly believe that there are many of us who want to make a difference, but feel so small. If we each do our part though, such as a birthday campaign, we will be on our way to alleviating extreme global poverty.” Robin donated her birthday to empower women in South Africa with business skills, and raised $1200! Pledge your birthday this year and you too can make an impact.

Snow Sculpture for a Life-Saving Cause

The Bartz brothers build incredible snow sculptures in their front yard each year, and this year decided to use their creative talent to raise funds for clean water. “Octavius” raised over 17K to provide clean water in Haiti. Consider how your special talents could raise funds for an issue you are passionate about.

Tony and Sharis's Wedding

Sharis and Tony used their wedding as a way to raise awareness and funds to fight human trafficking. Their campaign raised $1500 to support prevention and aftercare for victims of the trafficking industry. Such a cool way to make your wedding even more meaningful. Instead of presents, ask your guests to make an impact through your Wedding or Reception for a Cause.

        

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