In these challenging times, we remain, as always, dedicated to supporting educators, youth and families.

These are unprecedented times. Never could we have imagined that so much could change so quickly and that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) would become the largest global health crisis in 100 years. Therefore, we have shifted our priorities to respond to two urgent needs: at home, the education and mental health of young people who are out of school; and globally, the medical needs of vulnerable people in developing countries. You can read our detailed response here.


Below is a list of free resources that we hope will be useful for you.

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Live with WE Schools logo

Live with WE Schools

A daily online program to educate, engage and inspire, hosted by renowned speaker, Spencer West, who will be joined by teachers, experts and others for one hour of free educational and inspiring content to help keep youth, educators and parents connected to our larger WE community.

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A young woman writing at a desk

WE Teachers: Free Resources

WE Teachers is a program that offers free at-home learning resources, training and virtual lessons for your students, from well-being activities to curriculum.

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A young girl outside smiling in the sunshine

WE Well-Being Resources

In collaboration with leading mental health experts, we are curating and adapting the most relevant WE Well-being resources to help equip youth and families with tools to support their well-being, curb anxiety, build resilience and practice self-care.

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The WE Well-being playbook cover, a bright yellow with drawings of human figures interacting with the letters

WE Well-Being Playbook

Developed with leading mental health experts, this hands-on guide to helping you nurture your well-being and the well-being of others has been updated to respond to the new realities we face, including tips for creating a sense of community and belonging during a time of isolation.

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A mother and child visit the doctor in Kenya
URGENT HELP NEEDED

Help keep our partner communities safe!

Our WE Villages partner communities are among the most vulnerable populations who are at extreme risk from COVID-19. We are working hard to prepare them to curb the spread of the virus. We have a response plan in place, and medical equipment and supplies are already on their way. We’re asking for your support to provide urgent medical care and supplies to health care workers and families.

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