Johnson & Johnson, Be The Match, and DoSomething.org Team Up With Duo Ayo & Teo For Give a Spit About Cancer Campaign

According to the American Cancer Society, in 2018, there will be an estimated 1,735,350 new cancer cases diagnosed. Of that figure, an estimated 10,590 new cancer cases will be diagnosed among children 0 to 14 years of age. 70% of patients who need a bone marrow transplant rely on a complete stranger for a lifesaving donation, but black patients only have a 23% chance of finding a donor match. That’s why DoSomething.org, one of the largest organizations for young people and social change, and Johnson & Johnson are teaming up…

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Mandy Moore Partners With Garnier And DoSomething.org To Become The Face Of The Rinse, Recycle, Repeat Campaign And Help Divert 1 Million Beauty Product Empties From Landfills This Year

Nearly half of Americans do not recycle their beauty and personal care products, which is why they account for a significant amount of waste found in landfills. With this insight, Garnier partnered with TerraCycle and DoSomething.org, the largest organization for young people and social change, to launch the second year of Rinse, Recycle, Repeat. The goal of this national campaign and college campus competition is to educate young people on how to responsibly recycle in the bathroom and divert beauty empties from landfills. Once collected, TerraCycle will recycle the packaging…

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Chance The Rapper and Colin Kaepernick are among DoSomething.org’s 2017 Celebs Gone Good List

DoSomething.org, one of the largest organizations for young people and social change, announces its tenth annual Celebs Gone Good list. Celebs Gone Good is an annual list that recognizes the year’s top celebrities who use their star power for social change. Among the list is 25-year-old musician Chance the Rapper, who continues to push for improvements in Chicago’s education system. This year, he launched the New Chance Arts & Literature Fund to support arts in the public school system. Before that, he co-founded SocialWorks, a charity foundation devoted to empowering the…

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DoSomething.org and truth® Partner With Actor Dexter Darden for #MyBigRegret

Planking. Spending too many hours playing video games. Watching an entire season of Game of Thrones in one sitting. There will always be regrets. But making a decision that could cause 320,000 deaths by 2050? That might be the biggest one yet. In 2011, the FDA had an opportunity to ban menthols, but due to a “lack of research,” they never did. Despite the FDA’s own scientific review concluding that menthol cigarettes pose a public health risk above that seen with non-menthol cigarettes, menthols still have not been banned. Promoted…

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DoSomething.org and 3M Team Up To Launch Campaign to Say “Thanks a Billion” to Science Teachers

It is time to go beyond just thanking science teachers. They dedicate countless hours to their students. They inspire young people to become the next generation of science leaders. And teachers collectively spend over $1.6 Billion of their own money on school supplies every year. In 2015, one in ten teachers across the US spent $1,000 or more on supplies for their classrooms. For science teachers, new lab equipment is essential, but often expensive to buy. That’s why DoSomething.org, one of the largest organizations for young people and social change,…

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