Is there something that you want to change in the world? It might be to have gender equality, to prevent climate change or to ensure that every young person has the best start in life. Whatever the cause, you probably have that burning desire to make change. But what can you do to help make it happen? This is the problem we had, and the one we are trying to solve.
We were frustrated by how hard it was for us to find out how we could make a difference in the world. We knew we had resources, time and expertise to give, but not knowing how to use them made us feel powerless. That’s why we started We Make Change – to give you the power to change the world. Because if each of us has the opportunity to do what we can to make it happen, then together we truly can change the world.
As part of this, we created this blog! The blog will be full of fun, inspiring and informative content to empower you to make the change you want to see in the world. From the environment to human rights, the refugee crisis to poverty, the blog will cover all of the major issues being faced around the world today. We will not only make you aware of these issues and many more, but also show you the specific actions you can take to help make change happen.
Our talented team of bloggers will be posting content regularly, including interviews with the incredible people working within charities trying to tackle the world’s biggest problems, hints and tips on how you can most effectively support the causes you care about, and so much more!
This is about you, so if there are topics you want to see covered, charities you think we should feature or inspirational people you want the world to know about, then please let us know. If you also want to find out more about We Make Change and keep up-to-date with all of the exciting things we have planned, then please sign up on our website.
Because change starts with each of us, and together WE MAKE CHANGE.
James Sancto, Co-Founder & CEO, We Make Change
At We Make Change our mission is to give you the power to change the world. Find out more here.
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