WE Day combines the energy of a live concert with the inspiration of incredible stories of leadership and change. This stadium-sized event—held in 14 cities in the US, Canada and the UK—brings together world-renowned speakers and performers with tens of thousands of youth to celebrate the power of service.
You can’t buy a ticket to WE Day—you earn it through service. Through the yearlong We Schools program, schools and groups take on one local and one global action and report back on their results to earn their way to WE Day. And thanks to our generous sponsors, the event itself is free to attend.
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"If I had a superpower that could change the world I would completely wipe out eating disorders, self-harm, bullying and cyber bullying. I just wish all of that would go away"
-Demi Lovato, singer and actress campaigns against bullying and mentors teens with mental health challenges
"If I stood there by myself I would have been nothing."
-Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a leader in the fight against South African apartheid, and chair of the Elders from 2007 to 2013
"You're here today because you took creative action. You created a lever, whether you know it or not. Keep dreaming up more and more creative levers for yourself. Then go out there and find a place to stand. And move the world"
-Edward Norton, American actor raised $1 million for Kenya wilderness conservation, and founded Crowdrise, a charity crowdfunding website
"We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced."
-Malala, Pakistani girls' education activist who survived a Taliban assassination attempt in 2012
"In our language we have a phrase that says everyone is connected. All people are one and should be respected."
-Chief Shawn Atleo, aboriginal activist, and National Chief of the Assembly of First Naitions from 2009 to 2014
"Some people don't think it's cool to help others. Personally, I think it's the coolest thing in the world"
-Prince Harry, captain in the British Army and search-and-rescue helicopter pilot
"I feel like love is the issue of our time. Find that love, not just for your family or your friends, but also for that stranger."
-Nelly Furtado, winner of one Grammy and 10 Juno awards; founding patron of Free The Children's Oleleshwa Girls Secondary School in Kenya