One act at a time https://blog.billionacts.org Inspiration starts here Mon, 29 Jul 2019 19:38:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.2 107178145 Meet the 2019 Hero Award Nominees https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/07/meet-the-2019-hero-award-nominees/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/07/meet-the-2019-hero-award-nominees/#respond Mon, 01 Jul 2019 19:22:21 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=18274 Over 12 Million Acts. Incredible Youth-Led projects addressing mental health, climate change, clean water, gun violence, marginalization, health innovation, and entrepreneurship, poverty, and nuclear disarmament.  Projects and initiatives from  Japan, UK, Africa, U.S., Mexico, Columbia, and Sweden. Introducing the 2019 Hero Award Nominees who are changing the world. Vote for your favorites until July 31st!          This year, winners will be honored at the prestigious 17th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Merida, Mexico, September 19-22nd, 2019!  Let us know if you would like to donate, or sponsor one of these Heroes.(brandi@peacejam.org)

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Over 12 Million Acts.

Incredible Youth-Led projects addressing mental health, climate change, clean water, gun violence, marginalization, health innovation, and entrepreneurship, poverty, and nuclear disarmament.  Projects and initiatives from  Japan, UK, Africa, U.S., Mexico, Columbia, and Sweden.

Introducing the 2019 Hero Award Nominees who are changing the world.

Vote for your favorites until July 31st!

 

    

 

This year, winners will be honored at the prestigious 17th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Merida, Mexico, September 19-22nd, 2019!  Let us know if you would like to donate, or sponsor one of these Heroes.(brandi@peacejam.org)

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June 1 25 Ways to Give Back To Your Community This Summer 

With summer in full swing, you may find yourself with more free time than you’re used to. So why not dedicate some of that time to giving back to your community? After all, giving back in any way, shape or form is a powerful experience. 

The feeling of being kind, helping those in need and influencing what’s possible for people in your community can be life changing. So just in case you need some ideas, here are 25 simple ways to make a difference in the world. 

  1. Pick up trash wherever you go. To do this successfully, keep a small garbage bag with you as often as you can. Whenever you see garbage pick it up and put it in your bag. 
  2. Donate toys, shoes, and clothes to thrift stores and organizations near you.   
  3. Volunteer at local community events. You can search online for future events in your community and offer to help with things like face painting/greeting attendees etc. 
  4. Plant a tree. This one is easy! Pick a spot in your yard or community and plant a seedling. 
  5. Write cards to kids in hospitals or for elderly people in nursing homes. Humans, both young and old, always appreciate any kind words and colorful drawings you have to offer. 
  6. Create a fundraiser for an issue or organization you believe in. This can be anything from children’s cancer research to the refugee crisis in Syria. You can have a bake sale, sell hand-painted rocks, or host a car wash. Just be sure to donate all the money you collect at the end!   
  7. Read to younger kids at your local library. This is a chance for you to step up as a role model for the little ones in your community. 
  8. Give outgrown books to local hospitals, libraries, schools, etc. 
  9. Volunteer at your local animal shelter. If you love animals and have some free time this summer, this is the perfect fit for you! 
  10. Do some summer cleaning and donate clothes that no longer fit you. You can give your clothing to homeless shelters, women’s shelters and orphanages. 
  11. Do something kind for a random community member. It can be anything!
  12. Organize a beach clean up with your family or community. Select a beach in need, grab some trash bags and help keep the ocean clean. 
  13. Host a collection drive for those struggling in your community. You can partner with local food or homeless shelters for ideas. 
  14. Have a tag sale and donate all proceeds to the cause of your choice. 
  15. Write thank you notes to people in your community who a) you look up to, b) have helped you in some way or c) you’ve seen helping others. 
  16. If you have a sick friend or neighbor, offer to help them out with simple chores. Perhaps they need their lawn mowed or windows washed. Or maybe they’d enjoy some company for an hour every now and then. It’s up to you!
  17.  Raise money for charity by hosting a bake sale. 
  18. Raise awareness for a pressing community issue by creating a community event, putting up posters or knocking on doors in your neighborhood. 
  19. Host a “give-back party” where everyone brings something to donate. Simply choose the theme of your party (animals, children, hospitals etc) and then spread the word. 
  20. Sponsor a child or animal in need of help. This can be in the form of food, shelter or education. 
  21.  Be kind to everyone you meet. A simple smile can impact someone’s day more than you think. 
  22. Create a car wash to raise money for an issue you care about. Hot summer sun + cold water + soap = fun, fun, fun! And you’ll make a big impact at the same time. 
  23. Put your special skills to use by identifying how you can help you community. If you love knitting, consider knitting scarves to donate to a homeless shelter or nursing home. If you enjoy doing art, consider hosting an art workshop for young kids in your community. 
  24. Become a mentor to someone younger than you. Meet with them and ask how you can help out. You could be the person who changes their life.
  25. Organize a sock drive. Socks are the number one most requested item at homeless shelters. By collecting socks from people in your community you will help increase the comfort of those who live without shelter. 

If you’re still in need of inspiration, you can check out Simple Acts to Change the World. It’s a book with over 500 ways you can make a difference in both your local and global community. 

 

Share Your Act of Peace with Us

However you decide to give back to your community this summer, let us know by logging it on our Billion Acts of Peace website! We would love to see what you’re doing to spread peace in the world. 

 

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Earth Day https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/04/earth-day/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/04/earth-day/#respond Mon, 15 Apr 2019 18:55:58 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=18174 April 15: How To Give Back on Earth Day Earth Day marks a very important anniversary: the birth of the modern environmental movement back in 1970. Today, Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22 in more than 193 countries. It’s a day to show support for environmental protection, bring awareness to environmentally friendly practices and show appreciation to our planet. 3 Ways You Can Empower Your Community to Take Action on Earth Day  Regardless of your age, gender identity, background, beliefs and experiences, you can make a profound impact on Earth Day. Here are three ways anyone […]

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April 15: How To Give Back on Earth Day

Earth Day marks a very important anniversary: the birth of the modern environmental movement back in 1970. Today, Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22 in more than 193 countries. It’s a day to show support for environmental protection, bring awareness to environmentally friendly practices and show appreciation to our planet.

3 Ways You Can Empower Your Community to Take Action on Earth Day 

Regardless of your age, gender identity, background, beliefs and experiences, you can make a profound impact on Earth Day. Here are three ways anyone can give back to mother earth on her special day. 

Organize a trash pick-up in your community.   

Collecting garbage is simple and easy. Have everyone bring a big garbage bag, wear brightly colored clothing (for safety on the road) and start ridding the earth from all the garbage you can find. You can make this event as big or small scale as you see fit. Maybe you join forces with schools in your community or go to your local town hall to reach a greater audience.

Hold a best green practices panel.  

There are many ways a single person can positively impact the environment every day. For example, you can unplug kitchen appliances when you’re not using them, drink from reusable water bottles, say no to straws at restaurants, use paper instead of plastic bags, recycle, the list goes on and on. By holding a panel on all the ways an individual can decrease their carbon footprint, you will help inspire and educate your community.

Plant trees.  

Did you know that each year, we cut down more than 7 billion trees? The earth is always in need of more trees. Earth Day is the perfect day to get a group of friends together and plant trees in your community. You can plant them in your own yard or in a community space. Planting a tree may seem like a small gesture, but trees last for hundreds of years, provide shelter to woodland animals, improve air quality and provide shade that helps keep homes cool (less air conditioning means less electricity). In other words, one tree alone can make a big difference in the world.

 

Earth Day is Every Day 

At Billion Acts, we think Earth Day should technically be every day. Nevertheless, giving the environmental special attention one day every year is a powerful way to raise awareness around the importance of taking care of our planet. We hope you’re inspired to take action and make the world a cleaner and greener place. 

Share Your Act of Peace With Us

We created Billion Acts of Peace to help log your contributions to creating a more peaceful world. If you have something special planned for Earth Day, share your story with us for a chance to be featured on our website. Your act of Peace may also qualify you as a finalist for our 2020 Hero Awards. This year, Hero Award winners will be presented at the annual Nobel Peace Summit in Mexico. 

 

Happy Earth Day!

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Help us celebrate youth leaders around the world https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/04/help-us-celebrate-youth-leaders-around-the-world/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/04/help-us-celebrate-youth-leaders-around-the-world/#respond Mon, 01 Apr 2019 16:03:02 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=18034 Are You the Next Billion Acts Hero?  Do you know someone who should be? Have you heard the news?  Billion Acts is accepting nominations for the best youth Acts and Projects worldwide. Each year, Billion Acts reviews every Act of Peace that was added to our website over the past 12 months. If you have logged an act of peace on our website, you could be in the running for a hero award! Why We Hold the Hero Awards: Our organization exists to connect and highlight individuals spreading peace in their communities every day. We hold our annual award ceremony for two […]

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Are You the Next Billion Acts Hero?  Do you know someone who should be?

Have you heard the news?  Billion Acts is accepting nominations for the best youth Acts and Projects worldwide.

Each year, Billion Acts reviews every Act of Peace that was added to our website over the past 12 months. If you have logged an act of peace on our website, you could be in the running for a hero award!

Why We Hold the Hero Awards: Our organization exists to connect and highlight individuals spreading peace in their communities every day. We hold our annual award ceremony for two reasons: to celebrate peacekeepers on a global scale and to encourage others to take action.

We celebrate peacekeepers. Peace would not exist without peacekeepers and peace creators. Our Hero Award Winners are both. Part of our mission is bringing attention to those who are changing the world for the better. These awards honor those individuals.

We strive to inspire action. Our Hero Award winners inspire and encourage other youth and communities to take action and spread peace. It’s our hope that you will be moved to create peace in your community.

 

The Six Hero Award Categories Are…

Our Acts of Peace fall into ten categories: education and community development, protecting the earth, alleviating extreme poverty, global health and wellness, non-proliferation and disarmament, human rights for all, ending racism and hate, advancing women and children, clean water for everyone and conflict revolution.

We look for Acts of Peace that address one or more of these focus areas. There are six categories that the acts of peace fall into:  

  • Best Youth Movement Act: Winners in this category have been as young as seven years old.
  • Best University Act: This award goes to someone at the university level who actively strives to change the world.
  • Best Social Enterprise Act: We’re looking for someone who started a social enterprise dedicated to solving some of the planet’s most pressing problems.
  • Best Community Act: This Act of Peace is all about building community. Often times, peacekeepers and community builders are one in the same. This Award recognizes that in one inspiring individual.
  • Best Nonprofit Act: Have you or someone you know started a non-profit to help your community?
  • Best Up and Coming Peacemaker Act: Are you stepping up to solve a challenge in your corner of the world?

 

The Three Winning Elements of Peace

We look for three elements in the winning Acts of Peace:

  1. Social Impact: To what extent did the act of peace impact their target community?
  2. Scope: How broadly and effectively did the act of peace play out?
  3. Future Peace: How will this act of peace create more peace in the future?

 

Help Us Select Our Hero Award Winners!

Voting begins at the end of May. Our ranking system is based on impact. Voting for a specific act raises its “impact rank.” Our Nobel Peace Laureates, will also jury the acts of peace. Simply visit our website to cast your vote.

Remember to add your act of peace or nominate someone by April 30th!  

 

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World Water Day https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/03/world-water-day/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/03/world-water-day/#respond Fri, 15 Mar 2019 16:44:30 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17994   What is World Water Day? The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal number six reads crystal clear: water for everyone by 2030. Did you know that billions of people are still living without access to safe water in their homes, schools, farms and workplaces? Some families drink water at the risk of getting sick. Other families have to walk miles to fetch their water. World Water Day is dedicated to bringing awareness to this human rights issues. Often times, marginalized groups such as women, refugees and disabled people are overlooked when it comes to water rights. This year, World Water Day […]

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What is World Water Day?

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal number six reads crystal clear: water for everyone by 2030. Did you know that billions of people are still living without access to safe water in their homes, schools, farms and workplaces? Some families drink water at the risk of getting sick. Other families have to walk miles to fetch their water. World Water Day is dedicated to bringing awareness to this human rights issues.

Often times, marginalized groups such as women, refugees and disabled people are overlooked when it comes to water rights.

This year, World Water Day is on Friday March 22nd. We invite you to jump on board and start tackling the water inequality issues that exist in the world. You alone can make more of a difference than you might think!

 

Eager to do your part on World Water Day?

Visit Worldwaterday.org to learn more about events you can plan. They have an entire resource tab full of beautifully designed World Water Day posters.

 

Here’s What We Recommend Doing on Billion Acts

 

  • Share Your Acts of Peace With Us On World Water Day
  • Support another initiative
  • Educate others about water issues world wide

 

Remember to share your involvement on World Water Day with us at Billion Acts of Peace. We’re always looking for new acts of kindness and compassion to feature to inspire others.

Many hands make light work. Imagine if everyone did their part to help on World Water Day? Anytime you spread peace, you impact more people than you think. So keep on being a leader in your community! The world needs you.

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International Women’s Day https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/03/international-womens-day/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/03/international-womens-day/#respond Fri, 01 Mar 2019 17:09:50 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17904 Are You Ready For International Women’s Day? We all know about International Women’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate female empowerment, progress, women’s rights and the role of all women on the world stage. But did you know that International Women’s Day originated in Soviet Russia after women gained suffrage in 1917? Or that the first National Women’s day in the US took place in New York in 1909? That’s right! Women were celebrating each other long before the UN officially adopted the celebration in 1975 (and we’re so grateful they did!) Now that you know the origins of International […]

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Are You Ready For International Women’s Day?

We all know about International Women’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate female empowerment, progress, women’s rights and the role of all women on the world stage.

But did you know that International Women’s Day originated in Soviet Russia after women gained suffrage in 1917? Or that the first National Women’s day in the US took place in New York in 1909? That’s right! Women were celebrating each other long before the UN officially adopted the celebration in 1975 (and we’re so grateful they did!)

Now that you know the origins of International Women’s day, we thought you might be interested in how you can spread peace on this day! Keep reading to learn more.

 

What Happens On International Women’s Day?

This year, the campaign leading International Women’s day will focus on building a more balanced world.  

Collective action is the key to creating a better, more equal and peaceful world for all humans. International Women’s day serves as an opportunity to spotlight women dedicated to social, economic, political and cultural change. But it’s also a day centered around increasing gender balance in our world. To make a difference we all need all male, female and non gender identifying hands on deck.

Wondering how your hands can help? Find out below!

 

How Can I Get Involved?

Our Billion Acts of Peace partners over at the Nobel Women’s Initiative have an entire “Take Action” page dedicated to helping you help women in your community and across the world.

Join six courageous Nobel Peace Laureates including, Mairead Maguire, Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Jody Williams, Shirin Ebadi, Tawakkol Karman, and Leymah Gbowee in making everyday a day to celebrate women.

Follow them on twitter to stay updated on their events and opportunities to create peace.

 

Spread Peace For Women Every Day

Are you ready to take the lead on bridging the gaps between inequality and celebrating the women in your community? Plan or participate in an event for International Women’s Day 2019.

Remember to sure to share your acts of peace with us for a chance to be featured! #IWD2019 #InternationalWomensDay #InternationalWomensDay2019

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The Dalai Lama: Scientist https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/02/the-dalai-lama-scientist/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/02/the-dalai-lama-scientist/#respond Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:27:49 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17734 We are excited to announce this year’s Nobel Legacy Film The Dalai Lama: Scientist The lesser known side of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Everyone know the 14th Dalai Lama as a spiritual Buddhist leader, but few know his other side, The Dalai Lama: Scientist.     See the Trailer

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We are excited to announce this year’s Nobel Legacy Film

The Dalai Lama: Scientist

The lesser known side of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Everyone know the 14th Dalai Lama as a spiritual Buddhist leader, but few know his other side, The Dalai Lama: Scientist.

 

 

See the Trailer

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World Interfaith Harmony Week https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/02/world-interfaith-harmony-week/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/02/world-interfaith-harmony-week/#respond Fri, 01 Feb 2019 16:19:38 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17874 Everything You Need To Know About World Interfaith Harmony Week World Interfaith Harmony week takes place every year during the first week of February. It’s a celebration full of love, understanding and coming together around a common goal (aka the building blocks of peace).   At the UN General Assembly in 2010, H.M. King Abdullah II of Jordan proposed The World Interfaith Harmony Week for the first time. Today, this week symbolizes peace, collaboration and unity between all people with faith and without faith.   It’s a week dedicated to everyone, including you!   What Exactly Is World Interfaith Harmony […]

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Everything You Need To Know About World Interfaith Harmony Week

World Interfaith Harmony week takes place every year during the first week of February. It’s a celebration full of love, understanding and coming together around a common goal (aka the building blocks of peace).  

At the UN General Assembly in 2010, H.M. King Abdullah II of Jordan proposed The World Interfaith Harmony Week for the first time. Today, this week symbolizes peace, collaboration and unity between all people with faith and without faith.  

It’s a week dedicated to everyone, including you!

 

What Exactly Is World Interfaith Harmony Week?

The World Interfaith Harmony Week serves first and foremost as a community platform. For seven days every year, people of all different faiths come together and embrace the powerful movement they represent.

Did you know, that even though interfaith groups organize community events almost every day of the year, they often fly under the radar of the general public? This week empowers those groups to learn about each other and reach more people dedicated to similar aspirations. Maybe someone like you!

The overall goal of this week is to show humans that we are all connected through our common values and good morals. Our similarities are far stronger than our differences. By reminding ourselves of that every year, we create more opportunities for peace and harmony.

 

How Can I Get Involved?

From planning a harmony breakfast to organizing a community wide event, the options to participate in World Interfaith Harmony Week are endless. To explore all of your options take a look at this how-to-participate guide. If you do plan an event, be sure to share it with us here at Billion Acts of Peace!

 

What Our Network Members Are Up To…

At the core of Billion Acts of Peace are our network members. Here’s what they will be up to on World Interfaith Harmony Week 2019:

  1. Our friends over at Compassion Games will be hosting their annual World Interfaith Harmony Week Coopetition. During the week an epic battle will unfold and reveal who the survivors of the kindest are in your community. Should you choose to participate in the global challenge of collaboration, tolerance and acts of peace, you must be ready for one thing: lots of fun. All you have to do is sign up to play!
  2. Next up, the United Religions Initiative will be holding their own interfaith celebrations all week long. We love URI because they created this entire URI World Interfaith Harmony Week tool card guide. It’s packed with ideas for you to host in your own community.

 

Spread Your Own Peace This Week

So, are you ready to connect with other people and have fun through peace and harmony events?

Spread peace during WIHW week by planning an event and sharing it with us. No matter who you are, where you’re from, or how you practice or don’t practice your own religion, we’re all in this world together.

 

Now let’s make some peace!!!

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How to Spread Peace on MLK Day https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/01/how-to-spread-peace-on-mlk-day/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/01/how-to-spread-peace-on-mlk-day/#respond Tue, 15 Jan 2019 22:25:01 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17964 How To Spread Peace on MLK Day You’ve likely been celebrating Martin Luther King Day since you were very young. But just in case you need a little refresher (we all do sometimes), here’s why we celebrate MLK Day every year: To strengthen our community. To spread acts of peace. To work with organizations dedicated to equality in our country. To lend our hands, ears and minds to communities that need help by asking and listening to what they need. We do all of this to honor Martin Luther King’s dedication to community building, equality and peaceful change.   When […]

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How To Spread Peace on MLK Day

You’ve likely been celebrating Martin Luther King Day since you were very young. But just in case you need a little refresher (we all do sometimes), here’s why we celebrate MLK Day every year:

  • To strengthen our community.
  • To spread acts of peace.
  • To work with organizations dedicated to equality in our country.
  • To lend our hands, ears and minds to communities that need help by asking and listening to what they need.

We do all of this to honor Martin Luther King’s dedication to community building, equality and peaceful change.

 

When is MLK Day?

MLK Day takes place every year on the third Monday of January. This year, it’s Monday, January 21st.

Even though many schools and companies close on Martin Luther King Day, it’s widely celebrated as a day ON, not off. Everyone from children to adults use this day to get involved in their community and make a difference together.

 

How Can You Get Involved On Martin Luther King Day?

Typically towns, schools and companies host their own organized day of service on MLK day. In case you haven’t heard of anything happening near you, you can search the Nationalservice.gov community service directory. They organize community service events throughout the entire year so even if it’s not MLK day anymore, you can still get involved!

 

Our Billion Acts of Peace Member Spotlights for MLK Day 2019

At the core of the Billion Acts of Peace Mission, are our valued members. Our spotlight for MLK Day 2019 is: Upcycling Colors! This organization rescues old and new art supplies, transforms them into brand new art kits, and then distributes them all over the world. Learn more about how they help spark creativity and artistic talent by getting involved today.

If Upcycling colors hits close to your heart, we encourage you to get involved. You could even plan an event to help further their mission.  

 

Share Your Peace With Us

Send in your acts of kindness to us at Billion Acts of Peace to add your voice to the peacekeepers in your community. There’s no act of peace too big or too small. We’re all here to build a better world together.

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Good things that happened in 2018 https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/01/good-things-that-happened-in-2018/ https://blog.billionacts.org/2019/01/good-things-that-happened-in-2018/#respond Tue, 01 Jan 2019 16:04:13 +0000 https://blog.billionacts.org/?p=17564 The Happy Broadcast on Instagram does a nice job of sharing good news throughout the year. There were many great things that happened in 2018, lets celebrate some of them.                                                                                        Check out more here          

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The Happy Broadcast on Instagram does a nice job of sharing good news throughout the year.

There were many great things that happened in 2018, lets celebrate some of them.

 

                                     

 

                                        

 

 

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