The Challenge Stages
The ONE Campus program is broken into a series of action-oriented challenges. Every three weeks, a new challenge is revealed -- from signing up new members to hosting a big event -- and ONE Campus students get the chance to craft a successful campaign, spread the word about issues of extreme poverty and disease and put their ideas into life-saving action.
Each challenge winner will receive a ONE prize pack and 500 bonus points. The 2nd place winner will receive 250 points and the 3rd place finisher will receive 100 points.
Challenge 1: To Washington D.C. with Love
January 22nd - February 15th
In the coming weeks - just in time for Valentine's Day - the President and Congress will work to finalize a budget plan that threatens unprecedented cuts to programs that fight HIV & AIDS, hunger, and childhood diseases. So for the first challenge of the New Year, we’re asking you to channel the romantic - and advocate - in you by urging Members of Congress to support the lifesaving programs we love. Get started by downloading the challenge toolkit here
Challenge 2: Game Time for the 1%
February 18th - March 23rd
We're serious about suiting up to advocate on behalf of the world's poorest during this crucial budget battle. Lifesaving programs are in jeopardy, and lives are at stake. For this challenge, get your school off the sidelines and in the game for the fight against poverty using a game of our own: ONE Blackout. Download the challenge toolkit here to play the ONE game with a lifesaving impact.
Challenge 3: Final Challenge: Debunking the Myths
March 23rd - April 20th
When it comes to foreign aid, there's no shortage of misconceptions. For the final challenge of the year, we're asking you to make some noise on your campus with a Day of Action that debunks these myths and reminds your peers and policymakers that every year, amazing progress is being made in the developing world with less than 1% of the US budget. To download the challenge toolkit, click here.
BONUS Challenge: Man on the Street
November 30th - November 30th
Check out our Man on the Street video: http://youtu.be/U3tZBfyNH9A. Then, anytime between Jan. 22nd and April 12th, create your own version to find out what your campus and community know (or think they know) about foreign aid.