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Help Good Happen

The Future Of Good

Every day, kids are doing great things in our communities. Watch their stories and learn how you can help good happen.

Meet The Kids

The Future Of Good
Kinston, NC
As a way to improve his hometown, Chris founded Kinston Teens, a nonprofit organization designed to empower youth through service and civic engagement. Chris and the Kinston Teens work to revitalize their city by adopting and cleaning up streets, creating gardens out of vacant lots and finding ways for others to get involved in their mission. Chris continues to advocate new ways that local teens can help good happen to lead them toward a more positive and rewarding path, ultimately creating ambassadors for their community.
The Future Of Good
Katelyn and Makayla
Greenville, NC
Starting with a mission to save the sea turtle, Katelyn and Makayla are all in on saving the environment, especially when it comes to water. The dynamic duo engages underserved youth through outdoor activities and environmental service projects which model leadership and promote outreach, all while having fun. The majority of their educational and service efforts are run through the Love A Sea Turtle foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to marine and ocean conservation awareness by engaging students in leadership development and environmental stewardship.
The Future Of Good
Bangor, ME
When Tommy was nine years old, he lost his grandmother, Mimi, to ovarian cancer and saw the impact it made on his family first hand. After a small book sale he created to raise funds for cancer research, his mission grew with more activities and advocacy. Each year, Tommy hosts an annual softball tournament to help raise awareness and funds for the fight to cure cancer. In the last six years, he’s led his community and raised over $41,000 with the goal that no other family should go through the impact of losing a loved one to cancer.

Learn more about how you can start a community
project of your own by visiting

GenerationOn, the youth service division of Points of Light, provides programs and resources

that support the development of caring, compassionate and capable kids and teens through

service, empowering them to become change-makers in their communities and the world.

Learn more about how you can get involved in your community by visiting

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