ICYMI: May Edition

ONE Campus’ monthly ICYMI blog series is to make sure you and chapter members are aware of all accomplishments, updates, and wins that have happened to achieve ONE’s mission.

It’s getting hot, hot, hot: ONE staff try African hot sauces

Planning on grilling and cooking out this summer? Why not add a little more flair to your food with these hot sauces from Africa?

5 African football teams are looking to make history at the World Cup

Five teams you should totally be rooting for this World Cup.

Four years with ONE

Four years with ONE is packed with experiences, celebrations and kickass advocacy so we asked Cody and Brien to look back  on their most memorable and proudest moments.

Join ONE Campus’ first-ever Summer Advocates program

Ready to learn to be a fierce advocate fighting to end extreme poverty? Looking for more activist and organizing opportunities this summer? Then the ONE Campus Summer Advocates program is for you!

The ins-and-outs of advocacy with Jen Fraser

ONE Campus’ fearless leader, Jen Fraser holds an abundance of experience when it comes to advocacy. From activism at her alma mater, Holy Cross, to her time as a Campus Manager and now as the Director for College Organizing at ONE, Jen knows her stuff. This is why she’s excited to share more of her insight on college advocacy, grassroots organizing and campaign trends.

ICYMI: April Edition

ONE Campus’ monthly ICYMI blog series is to make sure you and chapter members are aware of all accomplishments, updates, and wins that have happened to achieve ONE’s mission.

“I was devoted to something that I could pour my heart into.” This is Rachel’s Story.

During her four years at school, Rachel experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. One of those high moments was being introduced to ONE and her journey has continued since. Read her story of perseverance and activism.

ICYMI: March

ONE Campus’ monthly ICYMI blog series is to make sure you and chapter members are aware of all accomplishments, updates, and wins that have happened to achieve ONE’s mission.

This Texas-based social enterprise is helping empower Kenyan moms

Ubuntu Made based in Austin, TX not only supports the foundation, but also provides meaningful jobs for families in Kenya. The Afridrille is their latest product and this is something you will definitely want.

This young activist is rallying her peers to end poverty

Hailey is a 10th grade high school student from Georgia who’s doing her part to bring ONE and the power of advocacy to school and to her local Girl Scout troop.

Movement building today: What we know and where is it going?

ONE’s Director of College Organizing Jen Fraser was a guest on the Achieve Podcast to discuss movement building and campaign planning.