parents and educators
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!
educators

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.

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parents

We know your students can help make a difference. We encourage kids to convert their ideas and energy into positive action. Help your students.

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Living and hoping for a cure for diabetes
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Empower Orphans
Neha Gupta started helping orphaned and underprivileged children when she was 9 years old. She formalized her effort by starting a non-profit organization (Empower Orphans (www.empowerorphans.org)). ... Read More
Playing for a change
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A Little Change Goes a Long Way!
My friend (Alyssa) and I were excited to hear that the Jonas Brothers' softball team, The Road Dogs, would be playing in our hometown and we wanted to take advantage of it. We called the ballpark a fe ... Read More
My Family History of Diabetes got me inspired to do something!
When my aunt was 15 years old she had cancer..her cancer caused he to have her leg removed as a result of the cancer and all the treatment my aunt developed type 1 diabetes. my aunt is currently 42 ye ... Read More
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help share a story
you
Encourage someone to share their story and picture or video with us and tell us what they've done to make a difference in their hometown or around the world.
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Get official Change For The Children gear!
dog tag
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...
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