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Thank you to our generous sponsors
We are grateful for the generous support of our We Day sponsors! We Day would not be possible without their belief in the power of youth to change the world.
You can’t buy a ticket to We Day – you earn it through service.
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Past Speakers and Performers
Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award-winning actor and activist
Author of the New York Times Bestselling memoir Breaking Night: My Journey from Homeless to Harvard
We celebrated change with Canadian electro-rock singer, songwriter and JUNO Award winner Lights.
We were captivated by Emmy® Award-winning former television talk show host, Larry King.
Multi-platinum, JUNO and MMVA award winning musicians and Free The Children ambassadors
We took a stand for change with recording artist, TV personality and co-host of We Day, Jesse Giddings.
We experienced the movement with Platinum selling and Juno Award winning recording artist Shawn Desman.
We were enchanted by a poetic circus performance by ONE DROP, a Cirque du Soleil® Founder’s initiative.
Me to We motivational speaker who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro on his hands in 2012
Marc and Craig Kielburger
Co-founders, Free The Children
We experienced the movement with TV personality and co-host of We Day Alberta, Jessi Cruickshank.
Hey Teachers! Hey Youth!
Ready to start earning your way to We Day? Need some ideas? Here are some actions you can take now.
We Day Needs Volunteers
UP FOR THE CHALLENGE? Interested in stepping up and helping to create one of the greatest world-changing events on the planet? Stay tuned for the opening of volunteer registration!Learn More
We Day’s Impact
We Day is an investment. The immediate impact is the millions of dollars raised for local and international charities, and the millions of hours volunteered. The long-term impact is that young people are more likely to volunteer, vote and give—for years to come.Learn More