The junior changemaker program is an initiative launched by letsallhelp.org for the children by the children. At letsallhelp.org, we are on a mission to end hunger and spread good health & hygiene among the underprivileged section of India. On our journey to achieve this goal, we saw huge enthusiasm from kids and youth in schools, colleges and universities to do something to help empower underprivileged kids and give them a better future. This enthusiasm inspired us to create a program for the youth to make a meaningful change in the lives of the underserved.
As Junior Changemakers, kids and youth pledge to help 10 to 100 underprivileged kids with a kit of monthly food and personal hygiene supplies. Through their initiative page on letsallhelp.org, they reach out and empower family, friends and good samaritans to support their cause and drive donations.
Youth with an access email and social media accounts can sign up themselves or parents can sign-up their child as a Junior Changemaker. 100% of donations contributed towards each Junior Changemaker's initiative go to the chosen beneficiary.
How do you make an impact as a Junior Changemaker?
Begin your journey by signing up & choose the number of lives you want to transform. Once you register, we create your own initiative page on the website. Inspire people to support your cause. Share your initiative page via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp or email. Parents can assist their child's initiative by sharing on their behalf. Ask your friends and family members to help your mission to make a positive change. See your page receive donations. At the end of the month, our partner Big Basket will deliver kits to respective beneficiaries. You feel the joy of making a positive change & be proud. In recognition of your efforts, you earn Changemaker badges. Based on the number of children you have helped, you earn bronze, silver, gold and platinum badges. Badges are added to your initiative page for you to proudly show the impact you have made.
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