Mission Statement

Kids Are Heroes Day

"Our mission is to empower children from all cultures to become social entrepreneurs at an early age."

By showcasing hundreds of stories of kids from all over the world who are actively making this a better planet on which to live, and sharing their humanitarian efforts, we empower children who visit our site to become compassionate leaders by engaging them in youth volunteerism.

What we strive to do on a daily basis is let families know these children are out there, and that their children can be featured alongside of our heroes. Upon completion of these types of activities, we recognize that lives are changed — not only of the children who are performing these acts, but also of the parents who are supporting their children. And of course the people and animals on the receiving end benefit greatly as well.

This concept works in every corner of the globe. Our success stems from not telling kids what projects they must perform, but helping them to uncover their passions and then supporting them. This keeps them involved for a longer period of time.

We hope to support these children every step of the way. We offer web site and marketing services, help them start their own non-profits, offer mentoring services, assist them with their social media efforts and offer potential young volunteers as much support as we can give them. We plan to host events that promote a spirit of collaboration among them, so that when they become leaders they will have a strong support system.

By fostering volunteering and the spirit of giving in our youth both at home and in schools we understand that children’s self-confidence is boosted and leadership skills sharpened. It also hones their presentation, writing, research and networking proficiency. In addition to having a positive effect on their world and their surroundings, these children will grow up to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Our vision is to create a globally recognized organization with the hopes of changing the world so that volunteerism and caring for others is an accepted component of youth development.