We Are Rafikis

We Are Rafikis

Sell handmade rafikis at your school to support Kenyan mamas as they create lasting change in their communities. Every rafiki an artisan makes helps her earn a living, send her children to school and show the world the power of her skills and traditions.

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We Bake for Change

We Bake for Change

Hold a bake sale with all your favourite treats in support of Free The Children. The icing on the cake? The funds raised will support families in developing communities, helping empower them with the resources they need to build a better future.

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We Create ChangeWe Create Change

This is a year of change. Literally. Work together to collect toonies and raise funds for sustainable income projects in developing communities overseas. Every $50 gives a goat to a woman overseas, helping her support her family.

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We Scare Hunger

We Scare Hunger

Be hunger heroes. This Halloween, hold a food drive in your school or community, or trick-or-treat for non-perishable food items instead of just candy. Then, drop them off at your local food bank to stop hunger in its tracks.

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We Stand TogetherWe Stand Together

Join We Act and Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative (MAEI) from February 23, 2015 to March 6, 2015, as we start a dialogue about Aboriginal history, culture and experiences. It’s time to start the conversation.

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We are SilentWe are Silent

Take a vow to be silent. On April 16, go silent for 24 hours and stand up for those whose voices are not heard—the children around the world who are denied their human rights or those here at home who are bullied.

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We Volunteer NowWe Volunteer Now

If you want to pull off something epic, you need an epic team. Buddy up with your best friends and family to make a plan that will get the world on its feet for National Volunteer Week, April 12 to 18, 2015.

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We Won’t RestWe Won't Rest

Join us from January 26 to 30 to raise awareness about the causes and realities of homelessness. Share our daily facts on social media, and then take the next step by connecting with a local shelter or organization working in your community.

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