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October 8, 2013 • Xcel Energy CenterWe Day Minnesota will bring together 18,000 young people to celebrate the power of youth to create positive change in their local and global communities. You can’t buy a ticket to We Day – you earn it through service. We Act is a comprehensive service learning program that supports schools and youth groups in taking tangible action to make a difference in the world. Groups take on one local and one global action and report back to Free The Children to earn their way to We Day. In turn, schools and groups get tools and resources to make their We Act commitments come to life. More than an event, We Day celebrates a movement of young people leading change through We Act.
For inquiries about We Day and We Act Minnesota, please call: 1.800.203.9091
A special thank you to all the sponsors and supporters who have made We Day and We Act in Minnesota possible.See all sponsors
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You can’t buy a ticket to We Day – you earn it through service.
Sign Up for We Day and We Act MinnestoaWant to attend the first-ever We Day Minnesota? Sign up for We Act before May 1!
Speakers and Performers
The Jonas Brothers
Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum artists
Award-winning actress, activist and United Nations ambassador
Former President of the Soviet Union and Nobel Peace Laureate
Until then, watch past We Day speeches and performances. Click here
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