Comic Relief US is working to create a just world free from poverty, and full of opportunity

By powering inspiring campaigns like Red Nose Day and Hand in Hand: a Benefit for Hurricane Relief, Comic Relief US raises money and awareness to address the needs of the most vulnerable communities here in America, and around the world.

This critical work is only possible with your support. Thanks to the unwavering generosity of the public and our partners through the power of entertainment, together we are changing lives.

Donate today to stand with Comic Relief US. Your gift is 100% tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Giving monthly is a powerful way to stand with Comic Relief all year long.

By powering inspiring campaigns like Red Nose Day and Hand in Hand: a Benefit for Hurricane Relief, Comic Relief US raises money and awareness to address the needs of the most vulnerable communities here in America, and around the world.

Even when the unpredictable happens, your ongoing support helps Comic Relief US respond swiftly and sustain its critical work.

Your donations are 100% tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Youth Empowerment & Breaking Intergenerational Poverty

Young people are a driving force for social change. Their courage, leadership and creativity propel our society forward, and empowering youth will help shape a more equitable future.

This live webinar convened a powerhouse panel of brilliant scholars, changemakers, and community leaders to:

  • Discover the most effective method towards sustainable social change for young kids and youth
  • Learn how nonprofits and communities are investing in youth’s experience and innovation and its benefits;
  • Deeper look into how investing in youth empowerment can break the cycle of poverty; and
  • Find out how you can help support the next generation of leaders

The panel was moderated by Jenn Taylor-Skinner, Host of The Electorette Podcast, alongside a panel including:

  • Nisha Dhawan, Country Director, EMpower India
  • Magdalena (Magda) Fulton, Managing Director of Youth Economic Integrated Opportunities, Save the Children
  • Fardosa Hussein, Comic Relief US Youth Advisory Council Member, Documentary Photographer, and Filmmaker based in Somalia
  • Brittany Reyes, Sister Sol Coordinator, Brotherhood Sister Sol

This event also included a special video from Arianna Williams, a youth activist and member of the Brotherhood Sister Sol, and an introduction from Alison Moore, CEO of Comic Relief US.