The ONE Campus Challenge

The ONE Campus Challenge

The bipartisan ONE organization announced a nation-wide campus activism competition to mobilize students against extreme poverty and preventable diseases.


The bipartisan ONE organization announced this week a nation-wide campus activism competition to mobilize students against extreme poverty and preventable diseases.
The organization will award points to young activists based on activities ranging from documentary screenings to arranging for a professor to lecture on ONE’s core issues. The challenge will also be used to help the organization launch a nationwide campaign on childhood vaccinations.
The winners of this two month-long competition will receive a free trip to Washington, DC to meet with ONE representatives and elected officials to help campaign for the organization’s causes as well as tickets to Philadelphia to meet singer Bono and help sign up new ONE members at a U2 show!
For more information on how to get involved, visit the Campus Challenge site.

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