Allstate believes Good Starts Young. The company invests in youth by giving them the tools and resources to realize their full potential. In 2016, Allstate empowered 1.7 million youths to donate 2.7 million service hours to more than 2.3 million organizations, and raised $3.8 million for charitable causes across the globe.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute specializes in meeting the unique physical, emotional and developmental needs of all children. One of the nation’s top five pediatric research centers, Seattle Children’s has a workforce of more than 1,500 dedicated to uncover the causes of childhood diseases and developing a new generation of treatments and cures.
The Las Vegas entertainment giant has a stated goal of helping older citizens live longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives. Some of Caesars’ solutions include helping make dreams come true for seniors and funding research on aging and the brain.
WorldVentures Foundation is partnering with other charitable organizations serve children in need around the world, including building state-of-the-art outdoor play spaces for children in low-income communities. Check out all the wonderful ways the foundation is giving back to kids – from Guatemala to Thailand and back to the U.S., and points in between.
Numerica Credit Union’s mission is to enhance lives, fulfill dreams and build communities. Through donations, fundraising and sponsorships, Numerica focuses on fostering education, supporting women and children and ending hunger and homelessness. They do this by supporting causes that lend a helping hand, create leaders and celebrate our community.
Allstate’s #THEYSAY Project challenges youth to dispel negative stereotypes by empowering them to share the stories of good they do every day. By sharing positive stories, youth are emboldened to “rise up” to the challenges facing their communities, harnessing the energy that comes from self-confidence and the belief that one person has the power to make a difference.
WE’s unique family of organizations empowers people to change the world—one action at a time. For over 20 years, Canadian brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger have been dedicated to change at home, abroad and within each and every one of us.
Brad Formsma is the author of the best-selling book I like Giving: The Transforming Power of a Generous Life. His I Like Giving films have been viewed more than 31 million times, inspiring many people to create their own giving stories.
The mission of Everglades Angels is to end the suffering of thousands of abandoned dogs from rural and remote areas of Florida by rescuing, medically treating and eventually placing the rehabilitated dogs in loving homes.
Dr. Jessica Leon, a therapist for over 15 years, volunteers for 10 charitable organizations. Dr. Leon’s goals are twofold: to help individuals and families in crisis and to abolish the stigma associated with mental health issues and their treatment.
Nine-year-old Milla Star Bizzotto, who became the youngest person ever to compete in a grueling 24-hour obstacle course race designed by Navy Seals, inspires her fellow young people to get off their iPads and get moving.
Nonprofit organization Project Change is trying to provide shelter and basic education for underprivileged women and children in African villages. The organization builds elementary schools, orphanages and trade schools in impoverished areas.
StudentsCare is a nonprofit organization that pairs college students with childhood cancer patients while they are in the hospital. As a pre-med student, founder Erika Sokol discovered that children were often left alone in hospitals for long periods of time.
Thirteen-year-old Nazhi Forrest channels her love of healthy baking for a great cause: raising awareness and funds to battle sickle cell disease, which has affected her life and the lives of her sisters Italiya and Shakarra.