IN A PERFECT WORLD
IN A PERFECT WORLD
In a perfect world, every child has the tools, support, and environment they need to succeed and thrive. We help children around the globe reach their full potential by putting youth at the center of our work.
Our programs lead the next generation to become changemakers in their community by providing access to education and cultivating creativity, social consciousness, and leadership.
We provide access to education, because a quality education opens doors to a bright future.
Through REACH (Rural Education and Community Harmony) we build schools so kids have access to education and the supporting services needed to ensure their success.
We are building a network of empowered young people who work together to address the key issues in their communities.
Our Dreamcatchers and Youth Ambassadors programs guide young kids toward youth-led, purpose-driven service.
We provide children with resources and strong connections to build their social-emotional and leadership skills – in the community, inside the classroom, and at home.
Our Everyday Kindness and Pint-size Activists programs give young kids the support they need to make a difference and how to lead by example.
We guide children to express themselves and talk about the issues they face through music, art and technology.
By bringing music therapy, multimedia labs and musical instruments to high-poverty classrooms, our Love 4 One Another program gives kids a voice and the tools they need to make a difference.
A collection of resources for parents, teachers and community leaders.
Lucia & Luna: Our resident changemakers are leading by example.
Empowering teens with social emotional & leadership skills to enact youth-led service.
Using art & stories to teach kids about social issues and guiding them to make a difference.
Bringing schools and critical resources to children who need it most around the globe.
Harnessing the power of music and technology to empower youth to have a voice.
When schools closed due to the pandemic, students in Guatemala would not re-enter the classroom for 2 years. Children in…
Pint-size Activists launch the SOUPer Bowl! Inspired by Maddi Lucia and Luna read the book Maddi’s Fridge, a true…
Why is this secondary school so important? Currently, only nine percent of students who complete primary school in Malawi go…
Join us as we build a brighter future, one child at a time.