Rocking Change

Social Tools Revolutionize Young Lives




Older teens interested in community service or social change have long been able to tap into tailor-made resources, including DoSomething.org, the nation’s largest database of teen volunteer opportunities; it sparked more than a million teens to action in 2010. But, how about tweens, who often find it difficult to make themselves heard? The Do Something! Handbook for Young Activists now empowers younger kids, too, with the tools and know-how to change their world.

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