Issue:Wellness

Bright Snacks

By: Suen Hee Kim

Only about 1 in every 10 Americans eats what their body needs. That's why I started my company, Bright Snacks -- packed with nutritious ingredients that provide energy, fiber and protein, these little snacks are sure to brighten your day!

Issue:Peace & Justice

Drive Change

By: Jordyn Lexton

Drive Change turns red lights "green" by offering formerly incarcerated youth paid fellowships, teaching them transferable skills and preparing for re-entry to society through mentorship.

Issue:Poverty

Khloe Kares

By: Khloe Thompson

There is a problem with homelessness. And not just being homeless, but with the way everyday people treat our homeless friends! I started Khloe Kares as a way to inspire other kids to make their mark on this earth.

Issue:Information Access

Zandra Beauty

By: Zandra Cunningham

Zandra Beauty gives 10% of our profits to fund girls' education programs. Once a girl is educated she'll marry later, not be an easy victim of violence and will ultimately break the cycle of poverty, in just one generation, by educating her kids too.

Issue:Wellness

Yellowberry

By: Megan Grassell

How are young girls supposed to celebrate those yellow and youthful stages of a girl's life when first-bra choices are over-sexualized, padded, and sequined? Yellowberry empowers girls through the clothes they wear.

Issue:Poverty

Code Red

By: Ileri Jaiyeoba

Code Red is a non profit organization dedicated to the empowerment and facilitation of menstrual hygiene for homeless women. We believe that hygienic comfort emboldens a woman to be the best she can be -- no matter her circumstances.

Issue:Information Access

Pedal2Prosperity

By: Renita Zaparde

Without access to publicly funded school-buses, rural orphaned girls often give-up the most precious tool of empowerment -- their education. Join me in helping change this paradigm by providing bicycles and enabling them to pedal2prosper!

Issue:Wellness

Cook Time With Remmi

By: Remmi Smith

My solution to the childhood obesity crisis is a health-based cooking TV show. I believe that TV is an easy way to get the message out and get it to as many people as possible. I also believe that if kids will cook healthier, they’ll eat healthier.

Issue:Emergency Relief

Hope For Haiyan

By: Hope for Haiyan

The Philippines sees an average of 20 typhoons a year due to its location in the "warm pool" of the Western Pacific. We are Hope For Haiya, a student-run organization that provides emergency relief to this island nation.

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