Kids & Families Blogs
Kids, Youth and Families can do amazing things! Check out our list of inspiring blogs and projects by kids, youth, and families just like you.
Daily reflections during the weeks prior to Children's Sabbath in October.
Voices of Youth offers inspiring, original insight and opinion from across the globe – from young people, for young people.
ReThink is a result of ground-breaking research from a teenager. It is aimed at training adolescents’ brains to make better decisions on social media.
Stow It-Don’t Throw It” Project – a youth-driven marine debris prevention and ocean conservation program dedicated to protecting marine environments and their inhabitants while educating others to do the same.
His mission is to share the necessity and joy of giving with all ages. “Find your passion and give from that place. Then you will never give out.” Aidan Cares is in the process of creating a series called “Giving 101” which will help inspire others to find what makes their heart sing.
SPARK Movement is a girl-fueled, intergenerational activist organization working online to ignite an anti-racist gender justice movement.
At EmbraceRace, we are building an online community to discuss and share best practices for raising and caring for kids, all kids, in the context of race.
Fast Food Free is trying to help kids to eat less fast food. This will help you become healthier and it will make the world a better place.
The Archimedes Alliance is built on one simple principle: a very large number of very small contributions can have a significant effect. The Archimedes Alliance uses the power of social media to attempt to reach 1 million people and convince them to donate $2 each
One of the largest global orgs for young people and social change, our 5.3 million members in 130 countries tackle volunteer campaigns that impact every cause. Poverty. Discrimination. The environment. And everything else. Our promise: Any cause, anytime, anywhere.
The CareGirlz are a group of talented girls ages 6-13 who celebrate life by singing and dancing at Children's Hospitals, Assisted Living Residences and Nursing Homes across the state.
The iKids is a new generation that is emerging in the midst of the digital revolution. Born since 2000, iKids will never know a world without touch screens, social media, and the internet. Developed by Craig Kennet Miller, author of iKids: Parenting in the Digital Age, this site is devoted to understanding how digital media is influencing the emotional, physical, and spiritual lives of children and early teens and to give parents, teachers, pastors, and leaders easy access to the latest writing and research related to this generation.