Aria Finger is the Chief Operating Officer of DoSomething.org, a national not-for-profit that empowers millions of young people to take action around causes they are passionate about. She has spoken at numerous conferences including a panel of youth unemployment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Now, she is taking on her next project as DoSomething.org has teamed up with Toyota and created “The Hunt” challenge.
The Hunt is a week long challenge where young people aged 13-25 all across the country take action for a different cause each day. The main objective of this challenge is to activate young adults around issues they care about and together make the world a better place one issue at a time. The Hunt wants to get people not only thinking, but taking action for social change in today’s harsh world. DoSomething.org and Toyota have also picked seven creative social change campaign finalists to activate their one day campaigns in their local communities and across seven cause spaces including the environment, education, and physical and mental health. That’s not all though, there are prizes too! At the end of the week, two participants will be awarded with $10,000 college scholarships and one other winner will receive a chauffeured concert experience for 3.
This challenge is an awesome way for young adults to get involved with their communities and take a stand for important issues that they feel need to be addressed. By doing this, humanitarians are being made and this demand for social change can be put to action.
Here is a picture from our Satellite Media Tour today with Aria Finger to promote The Hunt campaign. For more information go to dosomething.org!