GMFP aims to bring about sustainable global change in our focus areas (education, environment, health, human rights, and poverty) in three ways: 1) millennial direct actions, 2) impact engagements, 3) and influencing community stakeholder's actions. 

 
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Millennial Direct Actions

We mobilize millennials through our web platform and in our global networks to take action in support of our ambitious goals and partnership commitments. 

Impact Engagements

We sponsor engagements in our global networks that will inspire millennial innovation and collaboration.

Our staple impact engagements include: 

  • Impact Socials - We host happy hours and socials that allow millennials to collaborate about our focus areas and how we can collectively increase our impact.
  • Impact Dinner Series - We host bi-monthly dinners with 15 millennials (on us!) to spark dialogue about our focus areas and reflect on our collective impact. 
  • Impact Trips - We take annual service trips in connection with our partnership commitments. 

Community Influence Actions  

We influence key stakeholder's actions by elevating our millennial voice and advocating for change relative to our focus areas.


Direct Actions

Education

We are mobilizing 200+ millennials and awarding scholarships to high school graduates and college students. 

In partnership with McDonald's Corporation, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 200+ millennials and award two high school graduates and two college students $2,500 scholarships to recognize educational excellence and support their pursuit of a college education. 

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We are mobilizing 500+ millennials and raising $20,000 to help build a school/youth development center in Arusha, Tanzania. 

In partnership with Umoja Tanzania, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 500+ millennials to help build a new school/youth development center in Arusha, Tanzania to provide educational, health, and life services to local young people who have dropped out of school due to life challenges.


Environment

We are mobilizing 1,000 millennials and raising $5,000 to help provide clean water to Ugandan families and schools, as well as cut over 1,000 tons of carbon emissions in Uganda. 

In partnership with Spouts, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize at least 1,000+ millennials to help provide clean water filters to families and schools across Uganda. For every filter we provide to a family and school, we eliminate 5 and 15 tons of carbon emissions, respectively. 


Health

We are mobilizing 100+ millennials and raising $15,000  to fight premature birth, the #1 killer of babies.

In partnership with March of Dimes, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 100+ millennials to attend the Washington DC 'March for Babies' event in Spring 2017 and donate $15,000, which supports medical research and financial assistance to families grappling with premature brith.  

We are mobilizing 1,000+ millennials and raising $45,000 to build 3 clinic sites and provide critical health services to women and children in impoverished communities in Haiti. 

In partnership with Hands up for Haiti, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 1,000+ millennials to establish much-needed clinic sites and provide critical health services to women and children in Haiti. Our long-term goal is to build sustainable health care systems in the country of Haiti. 


Human Rights

We are mobilizing and registering 100,000+ millennials by the 2018 American midterm elections. 

In partnership with Rock the Vote, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 100,000+ millennials to register and vote in the 2018 US midterm elections. We are non-partisan, yet fundamentally believe voting is necessary for the change we seek. 

We are mobilizing 1,000+ millennials and raising $10,000 to provide rehabilitation support to global refugees though our Every Life Counts Campaign. 

In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 1,000+ millennials and raise $10,000 through our Every Life Counts Campaign to provide direct support to global refugees so that they can survive, recover, and regain control of their future.  


Poverty

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We are mobilizing 1,000+ millennials and raising $45,000 to build a new orphanage in Philippi, South Africa. 

In partnership with Love to Langa, Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 1,000+ millennials and raise $45,000 to build a new orphanage for children in the Cape Town township of Philippi. The Global Millennials for Progress - Hazel's Centre of Hope is slated to open in 2018. 

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We are mobilizing 100,000+ millennials and donating 1 million meals to those in need across the United States through our 1 Million Meal Challenge

In partnership with C.R.E.D.O. and the leading national hunger non-profit, Global Millennials for Progress has launched our 1 Million Meal Challenge, which aims to combat hunger and poverty in the U.S. by mobilizing 50,000+ millennials to volunteer in food banks across the U.S. and donating 1 million meals in our prospective U.S. city networks by December 2018.

We are mobilizing 1,000+ millennials and raising $25,000 to build a school in Santa Clara, Honduras. 

In partnership with Students Helping Honduras (SHH), Global Millennials for Progress aims to mobilize 1,000+ millennials and raise $25,000 to build a new school in Santa Clara, Honduras as part of SHH's 1,000 school goal. The new school will impact some 500 students annually when opened in 2018. 

 

Want to take additional action around our focus areas? We encourage you to organize with friends and family and let us know about it. 

We encourage our members and global millennials everywhere to take additional actions to create the world we seek. If you have an idea, organize and let us know about it. If we align with your vision, we will support and promote your idea. Send information to zparker@globalmillennials.org . 

 


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