We started the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation to support programs that motivate and inspire children to face adversity with confidence, determination and the will to succeed. Read more below and see how you can get involved!
We believe kids have the power to make a difference. We inspire, empower and celebrate a generation of doers: kids who recognize the need to do something, believe in their ability to get it done, and then take action. Help your child take action.
We know your students can help make a difference. We encourage kids to convert their ideas and energy into positive action. Help your students.
Change I have been going to the local animal shelter and seen all the dogs. It is heartbreaking and now I am trying to stop puppy mills but I can't do it alone! ... Read More
Transplant Olympics On June of 2000 I was diagnosed with a life threatening lung disease called Pulmonary Hypertension. It's basically high blood pressure in the heart and lungs. Now I want to do something to raise awareness! ... Read More
Helping Children in Kenya I am Jenna's mom and I sponsor 2 boys in Kenya through CCF and Jenna always remembers this and tries to raise money when she can because she knows she is blessed to have so much.
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Helping Zimbabwe My family and I are helping an orphanage in Zimbabwe. We are currently working on getting sustainable food and clothing to the children of the Buitt School and Church. ... Read More
The Big Walk I'm going to set up a run for diabetes and have family members do it and I will have a donation and send it to a Diabetes charity. ... Read More
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D-Collection Silver Plated Dog Tag This is a silver plated dog tag with the Change for the Children charm attached. A portion of the proceeds will be donated by Jonas Brothers Merchandise to the Change for the Children Foundation... Get Gear! »