We inspire change by providing opportunities for young people who will be known for their activism, compassion, empathy, and engaged citizenship.
Leave your impact
The Impact Center was created with the singular goal of connecting students with meaningful service opportunities that help transform their passion into action. By getting young people involved with volunteering in their communities at an early age, we hope to inspire lifelong commitments to service and learning.
What's the Issue?
of youth want to volunteer but...
don't know how to get involved.
Why it Matters
of teens today are less empathetic than teens 30 years ago.
of those who volunteer regularly have a better chance at gaining employment.
of human resources professionals agree that contributing to a nonprofit can improve an employee's leadership skills.
of people reported that volunteering enriched their sense of purpose in life.
The Impact Center
Connects young people with volunteer opportunities designed around their individual interests that will cultivate a lasting passion for active citizenship
Educates students and encourages meaningful dialogue with a dynamic curriculum based on pressing social issues
Ignites purpose in youth, while nurturing a commitment to care for humankind
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How to Get Involved
Please help us create a meaningful impact!
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2. Nine habits of empathetic children. Michele Borba. http://micheleborba.com/9-habits-of-empathetic-children. Published 2016. Accessed July 11, 2018.
3. Paine, Angela Ellis, et al. “Does Volunteering Improve Employability? Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey.” University of Birmingham, July 2013, www.birmingham.ac.uk/generic/tsrc/documents/tsrc/working-papers/working-paper-100.pdf.
4.“Building Leadership Skills Through Volunteerism.” Deloitte Impact Survey, June 2016, www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/us/Documents/us-deloitte-impact-survey.pdf.
5. Young, Hilary. “Why Volunteering Is So Good For Your Health.” HuffPost, 23 Jan. 2014.