Tools


Get Your Team Organized With Asana 1

Asana is a platform that provides teams efficient ways to get organized. The company aims at providing clarity to all the processes and individuals involved in the tasks. This is a young social entrepreneur’s dream, as it takes away the challenges that often exist in coordinating tasks and the lack of clarity that can arise […]


Change the World: Start a Petition on Change.org

If you have not heard of Change.org, then you are missing out one of the most effective ways of activism available today. Change.org allows young social entrepreneurs to create a petition about something they would like to change to gather a mass of people behind the cause. The number of people supporting the public message […]


SoJo: To Make the World a Better Place

SoJo, originally named Social Journal, seeks to be the leading online resource for social innovators to develop their ideas of social change into action. SoJo provides access to high-quality information and tools and organizes it in an interactive way. Its tab, Knowledge Hub, helps people based on wherever they are on their journey of an idea. […]


Ashoka’s Changemaker & Youth Venture: Resources for Social Entrepreneurs

Changemakers.com lists over 3,000 projects worldwide that span different sectors, models and stages. The image below shows all that you can do at changemakers. You can create your own project page to broadcast your vision and progress and create an online storefront to gain visibility. Youth Ventures is the youth arm of Ashoka, whose mission […]


Social Creatives: Resources for Social Entrepreneurs

Social Creatives is an informative resource for students diving into social entrepreneurship. It shares various stories of change and transformation with filters ranging from Artistic to Do It Yourself to Design. Many great toolkits focused on topics such as pitch, measuring impact and problem solving – are additional incentives. The resource which I love the most […]


Bullying, Animal Cruelty, Homelessness, Cancer…DoSomething.org

Bullying,  animal cruelty, homelessness, cancer – the list goes on. DoSomething.org spearheads national campaigns so 13- to 25-year-olds can make an impact – without ever needing money, an adult, or a car. The not-for-profit organization is well known among young people who want social change. It has many campaigns to join in a social cause as […]