Empowering kids to change the world

Our children have tremendous potential to change the world if we would only empower them.  Today's guests work with Team Kids, a nonprofit organization founded 15 years ago to do just that by unleashing our kid's horsepower.  We are joined by Jacqueline Schaubach, a junior at Washington & Lee High School who has been serving with Team Kids since operating a lemonade stand over ten years ago to raise money for Haiti earthquake victims; and Julie Hudash, the Team Kids Founder and CEO, who has crafted a number of programs that engage and serve numerous stakeholders in Arlington, VA, Southern California, across our country, and around the world.      

Uncommon wisdom and insight from a high school sophomore.

Two ways to immediately help children who have lost parents serving in Iraq (https://www.teamkids.org/what-we-do/team-kids-lemonaid) and members of our military who are still there (https://www.teamkids.org/what-we-do/letters-from-home).

Working with kids makes us all better. 

A diverse group of teens stops in 14 cities across the country in 2 weeks to serve others, commemorate 9/11, and break down barriers (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEKkX7Xpd08). 

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For more information:  https://www.teamkids.org/

Must watch video:  https://www.youtube.com/embed/_ncsYPPMU18