Join ONE Campus’ Mobile Action Team

Did you know you can take action with ONE through the Mobile Action Team? Now the most urgent ONE alerts can come straight to your mobile phone! Learn more about the Mobile Action Team and how you can join by reading on.

Download these exclusive #DayOfTheGirl wallpapers!

A reminder to turn your outrage into action.

Meet Dieynaba, Senegal’s first female graffiti artist fighting for change

Badass female alert: Meet Dieynaba Sidibe, Senegals’ first female graffiti artist. Oh, she’s 24 years old too.

Four takeaways from Humans of New York visit to Nigeria

Humans of New York took its platform to Lagos, Nigeria and the stories collected from this visit are incredibly inspiring.

Get to know ONE Campus’ newest Campus Manager, Kim!

ONE Campus is thrilled to introduce the newest member of the team, Kim!

ICYMI: September Edition

Exciting things happened at ONE Campus this September! Stay plugged in with the latest ICYMI.

Socially responsible items the ONE Campus team is obsessed with right now

What if the next time you went on an online shopping binge, you were also able to contribute to important causes that you’re passionate about? Here are brands, companies, and products that the ONE Campus team is obsessed with.

Prayer doesn’t replace the hustle

With over 9 million members from all around the world, ONE’s membership is large, as it is diverse. ONE members bring so much to the fight to end extreme poverty and for some it’s their faith.

Fall campaign kick-off: World’s Largest Lesson

Here we go again! ONE is partnering with World’s Largest Lesson to teach friends, classmates and activists about the Global Goals. Read more on what ONE Campus chapters will be doing this fall.

6 stunning African Instagram accounts you need to be following

These Instagram accounts are worth a follow IRL.

ICYMI: August

What happened at ONE Campus this August? Catch up on it all with the latest ICYMI.

10 Times that “Parks and Recreation” got activism right

Fans are still inspired by the public servants of Pawnee, Indiana’s Parks and Recreation department. It’s been a few years since the show ended, but Leslie and company still remind fans and activists alike about the importance of service to community and friendship.