The first ever United Way Kickoff Fair for the ASU United Way Campaign. Connect with United Way representatives and several non-profit partners/agencies and learn about how they are improving the communities we live in.
During her Ignite @ ASU presentation, Nesima explained that girls are essential to achieve social justice, eliminate poverty, prevent foreseeable humanitarian crises and stabilize the population. “It sounds crazy, but it works,” she shared.
How can a girl be the answer to so many of the world’s problems?
Watch Nesima’s video to learn more about the Girl Effect and to become part of the movement to empower young women around the world. If you are an interested student looking for a student organization to join, follow Nesima on twitter @NesimaAberra and help her create change for girls around the world.
Lourdes and Bryan are a part of Embracing Humanity, a local nonprofit organization that aims to advance cooperative problem solving by creating constructive dialogue and provoking reflection. At Ignite @ ASU, they emphasized the need to consider a diversity of viewpoints to solve social challenges.
Lourdes urged the audience to “listen to understand, not only to prove your point” and to “drop the ego and the pride that impede us from seeing eye to eye”.
Watch their video and learn about their 7 tips on how you can embrace humanity and learn to connect with others in different dimensions.
Help us with our 2nd Annual Breathe Deep Phoenix walk on Sunday October 9th, 2011. This event is held to raise money for lung cancer research. LUNGevity Foundation is the fastest growing charity in the United States. DId you know lung cancer kills more people than any other cancers combined?
Kiwanis Park- Fiesta Ramada event 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sunday October 9th, 2011
Volunteers needed to help with food/beverage set up, holding up directional signs, helping walkers/runners with any questions.