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Edward Norton and Crowdrise to Help CFTC

Jonas Brothers have teamed up with Edward Norton and Crowdrise to help raise money for the Change for Children Foundation. Read More »

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Jonas Brothers Win The 2010 DO SOMETHING Award!
The Jonas Brothers have won the DO SOMETHING Music Artist Award! VH1 and Dosomething.org have partnered to recognize the socially conscious and volunteer-related efforts of young artists. ... Read More
Apply for a chance to win $500 for your Story of Change!
DoSomething.org has teamed up with The Jonas Brothers Change for the Children Foundation to award ten $500 project grants. ... Read More
Kevin Jonas Raises Money for Charity
Kevin Jonas raised money for Change For The Children on NBC’s “Minute To Win It” last night making it the highest rated episode since the premiere of the show! ... Read More
Joe Jonas iWin Fun Run for Special Olympics in Washington D.C.
Special Olympics, Best Buddies members and Joe Jonas converged on Capitol Hill to urge for continued government support and to advocate for the proposed Eunice Kennedy Shriver Act of 2010. ... Read More
Jonas Brothers Give To Haiti Victims Through Convoy of Hope and CFTC
As you have already heard, the earthquake victims of Haiti need our help. We just want our fans to know that we have made a contribution to our friends at Convoy of Hope through our charity, Change for the Children Foundation. Convoy of Hope has a warehouse just outside Port-Au-Prince that was fully stocked with food, water and purification devices prior to the earthquake but those supplies will only last so long and need to be replenished as soon as possible. ... Read More
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