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What is We Day?

Youth coming together to lead global change is the movement of our time. We Day brings that movement together for a generation of youth.
We Day is an educational event. It is tied to a year-long We Act program, which offers curricular resources, campaigns and materials to help turn the day’s inspiration into sustained activation.

Harnessing the energy and passion of this young community of change-makers, We Day brings youth together in an unparalleled setting to show them that they are not alone in their journey to make a difference.

Within stadiums full of cheering young people, We Day brings some of the greatest social issues of today to the forefront, and—no matter the cause, no matter the issue—provides ways in which every young person can find their place within the movement to create global change. The end to apathy is realized as young people discover that they are all part of this movement.

How do I find out who is speaking/performing at We Day?

The talent announcement for each We Day event is made available on www.weday.com approximately two weeks prior to the event date.

Why does Free The Children put on We Day?

Free The Children believes in a world in which all young people are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. We are a charity and educational partner that empowers youth to remove the barriers preventing them from being active local and global citizens.

We Day is a way for young people to come together and celebrate their power to change the world, learn about new issues and gain the motivation to take action. It creates a community of young activists who know they are not alone in their journey to make a difference.

Who should I contact if I have more questions about We Day?

General Inquiries: 416-925-5894 or info@freethechildren.com

Press: Angie Gurley, 416 432 9291

Volunteering: Caitlin Reiach, 416-925-5894 x 435 or email volunteers@freethechildren.com

Information for Honoured Guests: Michelle Easton 416-925-5894 ext. 417

Information about YPO/WPO: Jannina Hoffman 416 925 5894 ext. 460

We Act Program: Janna Baer, 416 925 5894 ext. 104

We Day Registration: Jaime Tilston, 416-925-5894 ext. 442

Job Opportunities with Free The Children and We Day: 416-925-5894 or check the postings online at http://www.freethechildren.com/about-us/careers/

Who pays for We Day?

We are proud of the fact that We Day is a fully sponsored event. We are thankful for our generous sponsors, whose support ensures that none of the money donated to Free The Children for charitable purposes is ever used for We Day events. In addition, sponsorship allows the events to be fully inclusive and free of charge for over 180,000 youth who attend annually. Learn more about We Day sponsorship.

What is the We Act program?

We Act is a year-long educational program that helps students succeed academically, in the workforce and as active citizens. Through service-based learning and engagement, young people are empowered to take action on issues they care about, at home and around the world. The program unfolds throughout the year in five steps: Sign Up, Discover your Issue, Develop your Skills, Take Action and Celebrate Your Impact.

The outcomes of the We Act program are both immediate and long lasting. From transforming student behaviour to building a generation of active citizens, our program:

  • Increases student engagement in the classroom
  • Creates a more caring school culture
  • Deepens connections between students and teachers
  • Develops students’ sense of responsibility toward local and global communities
  • Increases lifelong commitment to philanthropy among students

Does our school have to commit to this program in order to attend We Day?

Participation in the We Act program is strongly encouraged, but not mandatory. If you choose not to participate in the full program, we invite you to apply for tickets to We Day. However, schools that do commit to the full program will receive priority for We Day tickets.

Our school is unable to attend We Day but would like to participate in the We Act program. Can we still register?

Absolutely! The We Act program is open to all schools and groups, whether they come to We Day or not. As a part of the program, you will have access to all of Free The Children’s online educational resources and we will connect you directly with one of our team’s amazing Educator Programming Coordinators (EPC)! He/she will be there throughout the year to provide you with support and guidance as you and your students discover your issues, develop your skills, take action and celebrate your impacts.

Click here to register, or visit www.freethechildren.com/we-act to learn more.

Do we have to register for the We Act program and We Day every school year?

Yes. Your school or group must register for the We Act program and/or We Day each year that it wishes to participate.

Where can I find information about the times of the event, parking, transportation, etc?

All We Day events generally occur during the school day. For each We Day an Event Logistics Guide is created, which contains all pertinent details surrounding the day, including ticket & wristband details for entry, parking & transportation instructions and what to bring to the event. Event Logistics Guides are made available on www.weday.com approximately one month prior to the event date. To access this information go to www.weday.com, select the city you will be attending, and scroll down to the section containing educator information. Additionally, if you have been allocated tickets to We Day, the Event Logistics Guide will be emailed to you approximately one month prior to the event.

How can I get tickets for We Day?

Prior to applying for We Day tickets, schools and groups must commit to the We Act Program. Through the We Act Program, schools and groups are given access to free educational resources to help them complete one local and one global action relating to any social justice issue the group is interested in. We Day kick-starts this new year of taking action and celebrates all the hard work done in the past! To find out more about the We Act Program please visit www.freethechildren.com/weact.

After completing the online registration for the We Act Program, you will be given the opportunity to apply for the We Day event in your area during the application period. We will do our best to accommodate as many groups as possible. The number of groups who will receive tickets is based on the capacity of the venue and the number of groups applying. You will receive an email indicating whether you have been approved for tickets or placed on the waitlist after the application window has closed.

If you have been approved for tickets, approximately 6 weeks prior to the event you will be asked to complete an online confirmation form. You must complete this confirmation form prior to the deadline indicated in order to secure your tickets for the event. Following this confirmation period, the We Day Registration Team will mail the all wristbands and/or tickets to your group. All those on the waitlist will be contacted if the status of their tickets changes.

Does it cost money to attend We Day/Can I purchase a ticket to We Day?

Students earn their way to We Day by completing one local and one global action. We Day is a free event that celebrates the amazing work schools/groups have taken for social change and so there are no admission costs.

Please note, schools/groups are responsible for covering all related costs, which may include supply teacher costs, transportation and accommodation, if necessary.

Who can come to We Day? Is there an age restriction?

The content of the show is catered towards students 12 years and older, in terms of language used and themes discussed. Additionally, the level of lighting and sounds in the show may be overwhelming for children younger than 12. We invite you to still participate in the We Act Program or watch the show using the live webcast on weday.com!

I can’t get tickets, so how can I get involved?

Click here to learn more. As an individual youth, you can still get involved with Free The Children! Check out our We Act webpage to find out how you can get involved. Please email youth@freethechildren.com for more information.

I confirmed my tickets but one of my students isn’t able to come. Can you change our school’s number of tickets?

We can definitely make changes to your ticket numbers! Please e-mail the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com to notify them of the changes to your school’s ticket number.

My school isn’t attending We Day, how can I get involved?

While you may not be able to attend We Day, you can still be a part of the We Act Program! The We Act Program offers amazing resources to start taking local and global actions with your school or group. Additionally, through the program, you will be matched with an Educational Programming Coordinator who will be your point person with the organization and can answer questions you have about how to start getting involved! To register for the program please visit http://www.freethechildren.com/weact.

If you are an individual looking to get involved, we also have a youth programming team that works with students and youth one-on-one to help them find ways to get involved! If you have questions about any of the programs please email weact@freethechildren.com and someone from the We Act team will be in touch to connect you with the appropriate point person.

There are often volunteer positions available for individuals looking to get involved with We Day and see it from a different perspective. For more information visit www.weday.com/volunteers.

To watch the show from your home or school, tune into the live webcast on weday.com!

I want to learn more about social issues. What should I do?

Check out We Act. You’ll learn about issues and be inspired to make a positive change in the world.

I want to take action, but I’m not sure where to start. What should I do?

There are many ways that you can become involved and take action! Click here to explore ways you can get involved and change the world.

As an educator, how can I bring We Day to my school?

We Day is part of the We Act program, a full-year engagement program and support system for youth, schools, individuals, families and companies to turn inspiration into action. To learn more about the We Act program please visit us here. For additional information please email the We Act team at wedayregistration@freethechildren.com.

Do we have to make a commitment to the program in order to attend We Day?

Schools and groups must commit to the We Act Program in order to attend We Day. Since tickets are not for sale, youth have the opportunity to earn their way to We Day by taking one local and one global action. Through the We Act Program, schools and groups are supported in this process, and are given access to free educational resources to assist them in completing one local and one global action relating to any social justice issue the group is interested in. We Day kick-starts this year of taking action, and celebrates all the hard work done in the past! To find out more about the We Act Program please www.freethechildren.com/weact.

After completing the online registration for the We Act Program, you will be given the opportunity to apply for the We Day event in your area if the application window for that event is still open.

What is the ticketing structure and why was it created?

To encourage and reward fulfillment of the program elements, most notably taking action and reporting back to Free The Children, schools/groups who complete Reports 1 and 2 and who take local and global action will be eligible for the full allotment of tickets to We Day in the following year, while schools who do not fulfill these requirements in their entirety will receive a lesser amount of tickets.

Tickets are determined on an event basis and are dependent on the venue capacity. Generally, we will not be able to communicate ticket allocations per group until approximately 2 months prior to the event, when you will be asked to confirm your group’s attendance. If you have any further questions about this, please contact weact@freethechildren.com.

How do I use the resources on weday.com in my classroom?

Online educator resources and teaching tools are designed so that you can easily bring social justice issues into your classroom. You can stream videos, download and print full lesson plans, and search items by key words to help bring global education alive in your classroom. Click here for more details.

Where can I find information on a specific social justice issue?

Weday.com offers resources on a variety of social justice issues. Try a key word search to find resources on the issue you are exploring in your classroom. Click here for more details.

We haven’t received our school’s tickets yet. Can you tell us when they will arrive?

If you confirmed your school’s tickets on time, you will either receive your tickets directly by mail or via your school board/division/district’s internal mailing system. If you do not receive your tickets three days prior to the event, please e-mail the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com or call 1-800-203-9091 ext 457.

We received our school/group’s tickets in the mail, but we did not receive the correct number of tickets. What should we do?

If, for some reason, you received fewer tickets than you indicated on your ticket confirmation form, we will make sure that we provide you with the correct number. Please contact the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com to find out how to access these tickets.

Can I get extra tickets to the event?

We understand that schools/groups would like to bring as many students to We Day as possible. Tickets are determined on an event basis and are dependent on the venue capacity. Please e-mail weact@freethechildren.com or call 1-800-203-9091 ext 457 to see if extra tickets are available for your event. We will put you on a waitlist and let you know if tickets become available.

I applied for We Day online in the spring, but I’m not sure if my application was received. How can I make sure it went through?

When you apply for We Day, you will receive an e-mail summary of your application information. You will receive an email indicating whether you have been approved for tickets or placed on the waitlist after the application window has closed.

If you have been approved for tickets, approximately 6 weeks prior to the event, you will be asked to complete an online confirmation form. You must complete this confirmation form prior to the deadline indicated in order to secure your tickets at the event. Following this confirmation period, the We Day Registration Team will mail the all wristbands and/or tickets to your group. All those on the waitlist will be contacted if the status of their tickets changes.

Are educators/supervisors included in the ticket number?

Yes. The tickets allocated to your school include both students and educators/chaperones. Therefore, if you were allocated 15 tickets and would like 2 educators to attend, you may bring 13 students.

How many educators/supervisors per group should come to We Day?

As We Day is a youth-focused event, we try to ensure that as many youth as possible are given the opportunity to attend. We recommend a ratio of one educator/supervisor for every 15 students. Please refer to your individual school/group’s policies regarding chaperone/student ratios.

One of my students is in a wheelchair, are they still able to come? If so, will they still be able to sit with our school? Do they need someone to accompany them?

We have a designated area for accessible seating, so we can definitely accommodate anyone in a wheelchair. Depending on the venue, we cannot guarantee that your school/group will be able to sit with this person, as the accessibility section is a platform within the section. However, we will do our best to seat your school close to the accessibility section. Please note that if the person requiring accessible seating is a student, they must be accompanied by an adult; therefore, you will need a minimum of two adults/educators with your group.

Our school didn’t manage to register for We Day on time. Can we still get tickets to the event?

Groups are always welcome to register; however, they are not guaranteed tickets once the registration period has ended. Please contact the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com to find out if there is space for your group to attend.

Please note that the We Act team is in frequent contact with all schools and groups that are confirmed to attend We Day. All waitlisted groups will be notified if tickets are available to them; if you are unsure of your group’s status please contact the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com. Only schools and groups that have tickets and/or wristbands will be admitted entrance into the venue.

I’m a student and my school isn’t going to We Day. Can I still come?

Since We Day is part of the We Act program, all We Day participants must attend with their school or community/youth group in order to fulfill the requirements of the program. As such, we are unable to provide individuals with tickets to the event. We suggest contacting your school’s principal to discuss registering your school for next year’s We Day and then connecting with our We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com.

As an individual youth, you can still get involved with Free The Children even if you can’t attend the event! Check out our We Youth page at http://www.freethechildren.com/we-youth/ to find out how you can get involved or email youth@freethechildren.com for more information.

My school isn’t able to get tickets, so how can I get involved?

We Day is part of the We Act program, a full-year engagement program and support system for youth and schools, we don’t provide tickets to the general public. However we do offer the opportunity to volunteer. Click here to learn more.

How many tickets can my school/group have?

Tickets are determined on an event basis and are dependent on the venue capacity. After the registration period ends, the We Day team carefully assesses the capacity of the venue as well as the number of potential students and then determines an equal number of tickets per school. This process allows us to reach as many youth as possible. Generally, we will not be able to communicate ticket allocations per group until approximately 2 months prior to the event date. If you have any further questions regarding the ticket allocation process, please contact weact@freethechildren.com.

Our group is travelling to We Day. Are any hotel deals available?

Unfortunately We Day does not have any affiliations with hotels. All schools/group attending the event are responsible for arranging accommodation.

Is lunch provided at the event?

Lunch is not provided by We Day or Free The Children. We encourage all students to bring a bagged lunch to the event. If students wish to buy lunch at the event, concessions stands are open during the lunch hour.

Can our school order Me to We Style t-shirts prior to the event?

Yes! You can also personalize t-shirts for your school group! Please contact info@metowestyle.com for all inquiries regarding t-shirt orders.

I did not receive enough tickets for my whole group. How can I chose which students to bring?

Each year we are excited to see so many deserving schools, educators and youth apply to attend We Day. We are humbled by this extensive growth and increase in popularity. In an effort to ensure that as many schools can experience the inspiration and power of We Day, the number of tickets allocated per school/group are limited.

We understand that you work with many outstanding student leaders, and that choosing school representatives to attend the event can be challenging. To assist your decision making process, we had some experienced We Act educators share their ideas on how to select student representatives:

  1. Applications: Students apply for the chance to attend We Day. Applications can include essays on an issue that they are passionate about, interviews, or an “Action Plan Proposal” on a volunteer project that they plan to complete following We Day.
  2. Random Draw: Randomly draw student leader names to determine who will represent the school at We Day.
  3. Nominations: Educators can nominate student leaders to represent the school at We Day.
  4. Elections: Empower the student body to recognize and elect leaders to represent them at We Day.

Students attending We Day should demonstrate great leadership or the potential to benefit from the experience by being encouraged to take action in the future. It is our hope that We Day will inspire your students to channel the energy of We Day into tangible social change. As leaders in the school, we encourage them to share what they learned from the experience with their fellow classmates, and to inspire them to action!

How are seating sections assigned at We Day events?

We Day seating is general admission by section. Groups will be randomly assigned a section within the venue but not specific seats. The first groups to arrive will be asked to fill the front of their assigned section and we will continue to fill assigned sections from the front row moving back with no gaps between groups.

If you are approved for tickets and have completed the online confirmation form prior to the deadline, you will be mailed the number of wristbands and/or tickets that you confirmed. These wristbands and/or tickets will have your assigned section written on them. Please note, sections are only assigned after the confirmation period and therefore the We Day Registration Team will only know assigned sections after this time. As well, you must complete the confirmation form prior to the deadline in order to secure your tickets.

The We Day Registration Team works in coordination with the production team and the venue to ensure that every seat is able to experience the show.

Can I get extra tickets to the event?

Tickets are determined on an event-by-event basis and are dependent on the venue capacity. After the registration period ends, the We Day team assesses the capacity of the venue as well as the number of potential students and then determines an equal number of tickets per school. This process allows us to reach as many youth as possible. If you are approved for tickets, you will be sent a confirmation form approximately 6 weeks prior to the event which will indicate the number of tickets your group has been assigned.

During the confirmation period, schools will be able to indicate if they will not be attending the event or will not be using their full allotment of tickets. In some cases, we are able to offer these seats to groups requesting extra tickets. However, we cannot guarantee that extra tickets will become available.

To be placed on the waitlist for extra tickets please contact wedayregsitration@freethechildren.com and provide the following information:

-        School/Group Name

-        School/Group Address

-        Primary Contact Name

-        Primary Contact Email

-        Primary Contact Number

-        Number of Extra Tickets Requested

Once on the waitlist, your group will be notified if you have been approved for the extra tickets after the confirmation period closes. Please note, the We Day Registration team will not be able to place groups on the waitlist for extra tickets requests until ticket numbers have been communicated.

Are educators/supervisors included in the ticket number?

Yes. The tickets allocated to your school include both students and educators/chaperones. For example, if you were allocated 15 tickets and would like 2 educators to attend, you may bring 13 students.

Our school didn’t apply for We Day on time. Can we still get tickets to the event?

Prior to applying for We Day tickets, schools and groups must commit to the We Act Program. Through the We Act Program, schools and groups are given access to free educational resources to assist them in completing one local and one global action relating to any social justice issue the group is interested in. Registration for the We Act Program is open and can be accessed at freethechildren.com/weact.

Once you are a part of the program you can request to be added to the waitlist for tickets to We Day by emailing wedayregistration@freethechildren.com with the following information:

-        School/Group Name

-        Group Address

-        Primary Contact Name

-        Primary Contact Email

-        Primary Contact Phone Number

-        How many tickets you are requesting

Please note, tickets are allocated based on the size of the venue and the number of groups registering and not on the size of the groups registering.

We cannot guarantee that your school will be given tickets to the event. If you are not able to receive tickets please also consider watching the online webcast of the event with your group at www.weday.com!

How many educators/supervisors per group should come to We Day?

Please refer to your school’s or group’s policies regarding student/chaperone ratios. Typically groups bring approximately 2 educators per group. Please note: the number of tickets allocated to the group includes tickets for educators/chaperones.

I completed the confirmation form but one of my students is no longer able to attend. Where can we indicate this change?

The We Day Registration would be happy to allocate those tickets to other students on the waitlist. Please email wedayregistration@freethechildren.com indicating the new total number of tickets you will need. If you have received your wristbands and/or tickets already, you will not need to return those unless otherwise asked.

I completed the confirmation form but one of my students is no longer able to attend. Where can we indicate this change?

The We Day Registration would be happy to allocate those tickets to other students on the waitlist. Please email wedayregistration@freethechildren.com indicating the new total number of tickets you will need. If you have received your wristbands and/or tickets already, you will not need to return those unless otherwise asked.

We haven’t received our school’s tickets yet. Can you tell us when they will arrive?

If you are approved for tickets and have completed the online confirmation form prior to the deadline, you will be mailed the number of wristbands and/or tickets that you confirmed you would be using. Typically these are mailed three weeks prior to the event to the address that was indicated on the confirmation form. Due to mailing delays, ticket can take longer than expected to arrive. If you do not receive your wristbands and/or tickets before event day, please come to the Ticket Pick Up table on event day morning and we would be happy to provide you with your accreditation. The location of the Ticket Pick Up Table is indicated in your educator’s logistics package. Please note, only schools that have confirmed their attendance will be able to pick up tickets at this table.

We received our school/group’s tickets in the mail, but we did not receive the correct number of tickets. What should we do?

If you are approved for tickets and have completed the online confirmation form prior to the deadline, you will be mailed the number of wristbands and/or tickets that you confirmed you would be using. Typically these are mailed three weeks prior to the event to the address that was indicated on the confirmation form. The address label on the envelope will indicate the number of tickets your group has been confirmed for.

If the envelope contains less than what is indicated on the label, please come to the Ticket Pick Up table on event day morning and we would be happy to provide you with the correct amount.

If you have been allocated extra tickets since the time of confirmation, these tickets will not be mailed to you unless otherwise communicated or indicated on the address label. Please come to the Ticket Pick Up table on event day morning and we would be happy to provide you with your extra tickets. Please note, only schools that have confirmed their attendance or been approved for extra tickets will be able to pick up tickets at this table

Why did my entire group not receive tickets?

Ticket allocations are based on the size of the venue and the number of groups registering for the event. Each year the ticket allocations may vary and as interest for the event grows, ticket allocations often decrease per group. We understand it is hard to only select part of the group to attend. The We Day team tries their best to accommodate as many students as possible. We invite anyone who was not able to attend the event to watch the live webcast at www.weday.com!

What accommodation is available for students who are hearing impaired and require interpretation?

You will be able to indicate need for sign language interpretation on the confirmation form. If you were unable to indicate this need on the form please contact wedayregistration@freethechildren.com.

If notified of the school’s need, the We Day Team is able to provide an interpreter or be in contact with the school/group’s own interpreter. The We Day Team will do our best to seat your group in the best seating to accommodate views and appropriate lighting. The team will also attempt to meet with interpreters in advance of the show to walk through the group’s seating arrangement. Special instructions can also be given to the volunteers in that section about how to engage the students (learning the signs for “clapping” etc.).

Many groups who require sign language attend the event. We Day Registration Team would be happy to connect with you about any other concerns or special considerations.

Where can I find information about event logistics such as show times, parking, lunch expectations, etc.?

For each We Day an Event Logistics Guide is created, which contains all pertinent details surrounding the day, including ticket & wristband details for entry, parking & transportation instructions and what to bring to the event. Event Logistics Guides are sent approximately 4 weeks prior to the event to the primary contact of the group via email from the We Day Registration Team. Only groups who have been approved for tickets and completed the confirmation form before the deadline will receive an Event Logistics Guide.

If you expected to receive your Logistics Guide and have not, we recommend also checking your spam folder in case the message from wedayregistration@freethechildren.com was redirected there prior to contacting the We Day Registration Team. If you cannot find it, we will be happy to send it again!

Is lunch provided at the event?

Lunch is not provided by We Day or Free The Children. We encourage all students to bring a bagged lunch to the event. If students wish to buy lunch at the event, concessions stands are open during the lunch hour, however lunch lines are long and the concourse can be very crowded during lunch.

Am I allowed to take pictures or film the event?

Yes! We encourage you to take pictures and videos during the event to capture your favorite moments. There will also be ways to participate in the show from your seats, either by using social media, through cheering or waving your home-made signs!

Do I have to bring a canned food to enter the event?

There is an opportunity at each We Day event to contribute to the local community by bringing in canned foods. While attendees are encouraged to contribute to these local efforts, it is not mandatory to participate. Food collection bins will be set up at youth entrances. More details are included in the educator’s Logistics Packages.

Can we bring backpacks to the event?

We strongly encourage consolidating items as much as possible so your groups have fewer bags with them when you arrive. Security may ask to search your bag and this will slow your entry into the event! Unless otherwise communicated, students are allowed to bring bags for lunches, medications, etc.

Our group is travelling to We Day. Are any overnight accommodation deals available?

Unfortunately, We Day does not have any affiliations with overnight accommodation facilities. All schools/groups attending the event are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Visiting the event city’s website may be a good place to start looking for local options!

What do I do to improve the video feed of the event?

There will be a live webcast of each event as a way for groups who were not able to attend the event to catch some of the action! Details of the webcast will be on weday.com as the event gets closer.

If the screening is blurry you may have a slower internet connection, which can lead to poor quality when viewing live streaming. You should be able to watch it somewhere where there internet connection is at a higher speed. Also, the We Day website will have video clips from the day that you can watch later, so please check back.

When does the CTV broadcast of We Day happen?

CTV broadcast dates will be released in the fall of each year.

My company would like to be part of We Day. How can we contribute?

Contact Ryan Adams, Associate Director of We Day Corporate Sponsorship, at ryan.adams@freethechildren.com to find out how your company can get involved.

How can I volunteer at the event?

Please click here to learn more about volunteering for We Day.

I want to learn more about social issues. What should I do?

Check out We Act. You’ll learn about issues and be inspired to make a positive change in the world.

I want to take action, but I’m not sure where to start. What should I do?

There are many ways that you can become involved and take action! Click here to explore ways you can get involved and change the world.

As an educator, how can I bring We Day to my school?

We Day is part of the We Act program, a full-year engagement program and support system for youth, schools, individuals, families and companies to turn inspiration into action. To learn more about the We Act program please visit us here. For additional information please email the We Act team at weact@freethechildren.com.

How do I use the resources on weday.com in my classroom?

Online educator resources and teaching tools are designed so that you can easily bring social justice issues into your classroom. You can stream videos, download and print full lesson plans and search items by key words to help bring global education to life. Click here for more details.

Where can I find information on a specific social justice issue?

Weday.com offers resources on a variety of social justice issues. Try a key word search to find resources on the issue you are exploring in your classroom. Click here for more details.

Who pays for the event?

We Day is made possible by our generous sponsors. Thanks to their support, the events are free of charge for tens of thousands of youth. To see who is sponsoring We Day this year, please click here.