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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Argentina diabetes
Living with diabetes... it will be okay. ... Read More
eu te amo jonas brothers um beijo
eu adoro sua musica e suas fotos beijo eu tenho 8 anos minha irma de 13 anos gosta de nick jonas e eu gosto de joe jonas ... Read More
I Spred The Word Online
Online club to end violence and bullying. ... Read More
"A Little Bit Longer" Concert for a Cure 2009
On August 23, 2009, I took my two sons, Preston & Camden, and my friend Ashley, to a Jonas Brothers concert. As at every Jonas concert, Nick sang "A Little Bit Longer", the song he wrote after he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. My 4 year old son, Camden, was very concerned about his "idol" after hearing Nick's story. ... Read More
*Beautiful hidden reality*
My story on how I found out about diabetes and what I did to help Mexico overcome it! ... Read More
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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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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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