The world is full of things they say are “not doable.” But there’s a whole movement of people creating good in the world in ways we never imagined. Each and every one of us is entirely capable of changing the world. Because WE makes doing good, doable.
People who have gained access to clean water and sanitation
Women in Kenya and Ecuador employed as ME to WE Artisans
Domestic hours of volunteer service logged by WE Schools students in North America
WE Charity empowers people of all ages to make a difference, both domestically and internationally, through programs like WE Schools and WE Villages. WE Charity achieves a remarkable financial efficiency, with an average of 90% of donations going directly to child-serving programs.
Of donations on average that go to child-serving programs
Of ME to WE profits, on average, go to WE Charity
Craig is a New York Times bestselling author who has written 12 books. He co-founded WE Charity, which has lifted more than one million people from poverty. He is an MBA graduate with 15 honorary doctorates, and has been awarded by the World Economic Forum and Roosevelt Institute. His purpose is helping others discover their purpose.
Roxanne’s belief in the transformative potential of social enterprises has taken her from the villages of rural Asia and Africa to the top boardrooms and design showrooms of New York and Los Angeles. As founder of ME to WE Artisans, Roxanne has created an international market for the intricate handiwork of more than 1,500 Indigenous women in Kenya, allowing them to lift their families out of poverty and establish themselves as leaders in their communities. Through powerful stories, Roxanne shares insights that will help you launch your own social enterprise, creating original products, services or experiences that change lives.
Since its inauguration as part of WE Charity’s 20th anniversary in 2015, the WE Global Learning Center has become a destination for young people who want to learn about the world and take action to make it a better place.This landmark gift was the result of an incredible initial donation of $15 million from long-time supporters Hartley Richardson, The Richardson Foundation and David Aisenstat. Their generous action sparked a community of like-minded change-makers to come together to bring the WE GLC to life. Boasting world-class technology and featuring leadership programs, social issues workshops and event spaces available to the public, the WE Global Learning Center is a hub where action plans come to life and transformative change is created. Our programming includes opportunities for both students and educators to participate in service-learning workshops, both on-site and remotely. All of this and more makes the WE GLC not simply a headquarters for WE but a fundamental part of the movement.