How You Can Support 5 Charities Inspired By Kids Through The Kid Coalition #SocialGood

Kids today seem to be much more conscious of the world around them and how they can make a difference. In fact many kids today are coming up with great ways to help combat social and environmental issues through charitable acts, and The Kid Coalition is on a mission to help make the dreams of kids like this happen.

The Kid Coalition is a group that brings together young people that have started humanitarian movements. The group works to help by raising awareness through Tomorrow’s Roundtable, a documentary series that addresses social and environmental issues by creating campaigns using the ideas of our youth.

Each episode features 5 children from across the nation as they discuss and explore ways to solve some of the big problems our world faces today. The host, Ivy Joeva, moderates the discussions and helps the children connect their ideas with practical solutions. The audience then votes to determine which solution should be put into action.

The Kid Coalition has invited artists and conscientious companies to create limited edition products featuring the Kid Coalition emblem. Sales from these limited edition products will benefit Tomorrow’s Roundtable and 5 charities “inspired by a child and addressing the world’s most imperative problems.”

You can support The Kid Coalition and these charities by purchasing limited edition products from The Kid Coalition Etsy store.

Limited edition The Kid Coalition Bamboo iPhone Case

Limited edition The Kid Coalition Bamboo iPhone Case

After wholesale, shipping, and Etsy costs proceeds will be divided as follows:

50% to Tomorrow’s Roundtable
10% to Ryan’s Well Foundation (WATER CRISIS)
10% to Make a Stand (HUMAN RIGHTS)
10% to Emily Shane Foundation (EDUCATION)
10% to Katie’s Krops (WORLD HUNGER)
10% to Kids for Peace (PEACE)

Please consider supporting Tomorrow’s Roundtable and The Kid Coalition by making a purchase from the Etsy store and/or sharing the store among your friends. Let’s support these children in their efforts to make a difference in this world! You can find out more about Tomorrow’s Roundtable and The Kid Coalition via @2morrowsvoice on Twitter.

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Jenn is from Upstate, SC, and loves that she gets to work from home to be with her two little girls. Jenn has been happily married to her very own Superman, Ben, for over a decade, and spends her time reading, writing short stories, doing freelance work and blogging, crafting, riding motorcycles, watching Clemson football, and enjoying life with her family.

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