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Mbongozi Secondary School

Why is this secondary school so important? Currently, only nine percent of students who complete primary school in Malawi go…

Tablets for Students in Guatemala

When schools closed due to the pandemic, students in Guatemala would not re-enter the classroom for 2 years. Children in…

Fighting Childhood Hunger!

When our pint-size activists heard about Maddi, they were inspired to learn more about childhood hunger, and compelled to make a difference!

Changing My Perspective on Homelessness 

My mother, siblings, and I had to live out of our car. There was no privacy; it was cramped, uncomfortable,…

5 Art Projects that Help Your Community

The growing mind of young artists can create artwork that explores, reflects on, as well as advocates for social issues.

Young girl with her female art teacher, creating kindness rocks using paint - great art empowerment projects.

Building Leadership Skills Through Music

Music is one of humanity’s most powerful uniting forces. Almost all of us have some kind of positive relationship with…

Group of diverse young children playing different musical instruments during a music class.

La Frontera

Dreamcatchers in action. Our Dreamcatchers are little kids doing BIG things! Aged 5-12, Dreamcatchers learn about social issues from hunger…

Doing good from home

Meet Violet She likes dogs, horseback riding, playing with her dolls and gymnastics. She’s young and mighty!…

You, Me, Empathy

Making kindness come to life Our Dreamcatchers are little kids doing BIG things! Aged 5-11, Dreamcatchers learn about social issues…

2021 In Review

Our Mission: We inspire and empower the next generation with the opportunity, tools and voice to make an impact…

Compassion for Animals

This is Nicholas. He’s a superhero changemaker! Nicholas has been part of In a Perfect World’s …

Nine year old teaches kids how to enact change in their communities.

“Our motto is little by little, a little becomes a lot.”Lucia Bella An interview with Points of Light…